Passive Fire Protection Structural Steel
Structural Steel is designed to provide rigidity to a building and support high loads without excessive sagging. Obviously, it is very important to protect this steel from the effects of fire to maintain this strength and rigidity. The most common method to do this is to encase the steel in concrete (e.g. Reo bar in a slab), However, on many occasions for large structural members this is not practicable and specialist Passive Fire Protection materials are used. There are several factors which determine the most appropriate material to be used.
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Promat (Calcium Silicate Boards)
- Maxilite Steel Fire Protection (2.7MB)
- Structural Steel Protection
- Penetration Seals
- Fire Rated Access Hatches
- Concrete, Masonry and Metal Decking
- Ventilation and Smoke Extraction Ducts
- Cable Ducts / E and M Services
- Fire Rated Window and Doors
- Intumescent Fire Dampers
- Fire Rated Partitions and Ceilings
- Fire Rated External Walls