St Barts NHS Hospital
Olympic Village, London
City University, London
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“The Purpose of Passive Fire Protection is to contain or slow the spread of fire and smoke allowing sufficient time for evacuation and emergency response”
Fire Safety Legislation now requires that building owners take full responsibility of all aspects of fire safety within their premises. They are required as part of their risk assessment process to ensure that the fire rating elements of the building structure meet current legislation. Once a fire has started it is of paramount importance to stop the fire from spreading to other parts of the building. A fire can spread in many ways, but the correct installation of fire stopping materials can prevent this.
Fire Risk Assessment Work Undertaken
WHY CHOOSE PASSIVE FIRE SOLUTIONS.
We are a family run business with many years experience in the passive fire protection sector of the construction industry.
Our specialist teams cover all aspects of passive fire protection, from batt & mastic and fire compound to boarding systems and fire barriers.
We offer a fast, flexible and reliable service and are the first choice for many UK construction and fit-out companies.
We work closely with our key supply chain partners to provide the most cost-effective, efficient and technically compatible passive fire solutions for your project.
We utilise the highest quality materials that have been tried, tested, and approved for the relevant applications.
Firestop and Fire Protection Specialists
Passive Fire Solutions is a 3rd party accredited specialist contractor offering a full range of passive fire protection solutions for every project in every sector.
We have many years experience in the passive fire protection industry and have carried out many installations in schools, universities, health care institutions, commercial, residential and occupied buildings.
UK Building Regulations insist on effective compartmentation to prevent the spread of fire within a building, meaning that fire, smoke and gasses remain where they have originated for as long as possible.
By fire stopping voids and any services passing through them such as cables, pipes and ductwork etc. we can ensure compliance and effective performance of these structural elements in the event of a fire.