Blast Rated Doors & Stair Systems

Blast Resistant Protective Doors

Hallwood Modular has as part of its mission to be a resource, and a one–stop solution to all of its customers needs as it relates to Protecting People and Sensitive Equipment.
Blast-resistant doors are often the most used component on blast-resistant buildings. After sourcing thousands of blast-rated doors from a variety of companies from both the US and the United Kingdom over the last two decades, Hallwood Modular, along with Ares Doors set out to design a better blast door system.

Blast explosion doors have always been a common maintenance issue on Blast Resistant Buildings. They are heavy and tend to need adjustment.

After introducing the Ares Door in 2015, door maintenance issues are have greatly diminished.

Hallwood Modular is the exclusive distributor for Ares Doors and uses them exclusively on its buildings.

If you are looking for the most durable, maintenance-free blast-resistant doors, give us a call.

Blast ReSistant Doors

Hallwood Modular Buildings is now distributing new Ares 3’x7’ blast resistant doors. These doors can be sold with or without a blast resistant window.

The maint advantage


Blast Load (PSI): 8 PSI, 10 PSI, Custom

Response Categories: I, II, III, IV

Swing: LHR (RH) and RHR (LH)

Door Type: Flush or Vision

Color: Standard Grey or Custom

Door Width: Standard Door width is 3 feet.

Door Height: Standard Door height is 7 feet.

Jamb Width: *Overall width of the frame section profile

Jamb Height: *Overall height of the frame section profile.

Blast Resistant Stair Systems

Blast-rated buildings exist to protect people from explosions.  To the occupants on the second floor of a BRM complex, what happens following the blast?  If someone is on the second story, will they be able to exit the building?
The industry traditionally uses stair scaffolding to access the second floor for temporary applications. However, stair scaffolding is not designed to withstand a blast.

Hallwood Modular designed and engineered a Blast-Resistant Stair System to mitigate this risk that is:


Peace of Mind that Saves you Money!

Turnaround Planners and Managers have attempted to drive efficiencies through operating workforces off-site, which are later proven to be less efficient, riskier for personnel, and caused costly delays in the project.


Let us share how we can provide safety and peace of mind while helping bring your project in under budget.