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Break in intumescent seal at door lock?

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I have been asked to fit an intumescent seal to an existing front door which is deemed to be FD30.   As it is a tight fitting door I want to router a channel in the door and fit a flush seal.  However there will be a gap where the seal meets the door furniture of a lock and catch - probably 180mm long on the opening side of the door. Is this acceptable as there will be no seal over this length of the door?Thanks

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