Communities Secretary James Brokenshire has now ordered a summit of manufacturers to address the “broader issue” across the fire doors market.
The doors from five suppliers failed tests during an ongoing investigation by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
The ministry began investigating the fire door industry after it was found that a glazed, composite fire door from Grenfell Tower failed a 30 minute fire resistance test after approximately 15 minutes.
Brokenshire said: “While the department’s investigations are on-going, I now have enough evidence to suggest that there is a broader issue across the fire door market.
“That is why I am calling on suppliers to meet this week and provide reassurance that they are gripping this issue properly.
“I want to see a clear plan of action to rectify existing problems and ensure such failures are not repeated in the future.
“Whilst our Expert Panel assures me the risk remains low I want to assure the public that the government is doing everything it can to ensure construction products are of the highest safety standards and accurately tested and marketed.”
The products which have failed government tests to date were glazed and unglazed doors supplied by Manse Masterdor and Masterdor Limited and glazed composite doors supplied by Specialist Building Products Limited, trading as Permadoor; Solar Windows Limited; and Birtley Group Limited, trading as Bowater by Birtley.