Friday, January 17, 2020

Cavity Fire Barriers

Cavity Fire Barriers systems are designed to prevent the spread of heat, smoke and fire, typically within ceilings and roof voids in a fire situation. Developed to maintain the required compartmentation of structures, these systems provide a benefit for quick and cost-effective solutions, whether mineral fibre or woven fabric products are used.

Design and installation of cavity fire barriers

The fire barriers are suitable for application into a vast range of buildings, from commercial offices and hospitals to airports and shopping centres. The cavity fire barriers can be installed as a hanging curtain or as a friction fitted slab. The installation of ceiling void fire barrier to provide separation of void ceiling is the most typical application. The fire barriers can also be installed  as a continuation within of void of a fire resistant walls/partitions. The  capability of maintaining them performance in void heights up to 10.5 metres  and in large spanning horizontal applications, the fire barrier systems, provide the specifiers, architects and installers flexible, cost-effective solutions to fire separation requirements.

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Siv Cavity Fire Barriers Case

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