Fire Protection

Approved document B: provides guidance on the minimum fire resistance performance depending on the part of the building The Energy Performance Building Directives (EPBD) now also demands to consider fire safety when renovating buildings 4. Products that meet and exceed national standards can help occupants safely exit a building or remain in a secure place to await rescue.

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Firestop Collars

Firestop Collars are used as fire protection for PVC and other plastic combustible pipes that penetrate through a fire rated wall.

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Intumescent Putty Pads

The Acoustic Intumescent Putty Pads are designed to maintain the fire resistance of plasterboard partitions where they have been penetrated by plastic or metal electric socket boxes.

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Fire Batt

Fire batt is a high density mineral fibre board coated either on one or both sides with intumescent mastic that gives up to 4 hours fire and smoke protection during a fire.

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Fire Doors

Why do you need to provide fire doors? They are specifically designed to withstand fire for up to 30 minutes.

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Fire Resistant Boards

Fire Resistant Boards combine a number of different additives with glass fibre in the traditional gypsum core, to enhance its fireproof performance.

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Fire Compartmentation

Fire compartmentation is an important element of passive fire protection' and is achieved by dividing the premises into fire compartments.

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Fire Risk Assessment

A fire risk assessment is a review undertaken of a building in order to assess its fire risk and offer recommendations to make the building safer, if necessary.

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Fire Protection

Provides guidance on the minimum fire resistance performance depending on the part of the building.

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