What is passive fire protection? As its name suggests, passive fire protection (PFP) is a form of fire safety provision that remains dormant, or inert, during normal conditions but becomes.
Smoke and toxic gases claim more lives in fires than fire itself. Though sprinkler systems can suppress flames, they often contribute to an even deadlier danger – smoking debris. Unless it’s.
Fire-rated wall assemblies and passive fire-stopping systems are key elements to the design of all commercial buildings. With hundreds of lives often at stake and rebuild costs that can reach.
Fires in schools are common – there are around 20 fires a week reported, of which one third are in school hours. Fortunately there haven’t been any recent fatalities but.
Picture this; fire breaks out resulting in fire spreading throughout the building… Another unnecessary fire. Fire doors, air-sealing, fire door maintenance and replacement, fire-resistant glazing, fire ducts and dampers, structural.