Jade Musto, Head of Suppression System Testing at the Fire Protection Association (FPA), explores the role of water mist systems in preventing and managing fire and how to be sure they are used correctly.
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Fire Crest Fire Protection, a Kentec Installation Partner (KIP), has installed a sophisticated Taktis fire panel at its headquarters in Cornwall to train and support its engineers using the technology on future projects.
Sikasil® 670 Fire Rated Silicone Joint Sealant can help to contain and control the propagation of fire by restoring the fire resistance for both internal and external joints.
Lumi-Plugin, which offers a downlight with multiple plugins providing a variety of safety features, is partnering with iMist, one of the UK’s foremost suppliers of high-pressure water mist fire suppression systems.
Why do schools lack fire protection such as sprinklers? The upheaval in education due to the pandemic in the past year has only highlighted how damaging the closure of schools has been and the legacy of lost learning.
India’s leading security business event – Secutech India, originally scheduled in September 2021, has been moved to April 2022.
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Howe Green’s durable 7500 Series and 1050 Series Floor Access Covers are independently tested to BS 476 Part 22 to support construction professionals in achieving the highest levels of compliance, without compromising on quality or functionality.
Housing providers, estate and facilities managers and social landlords keen to explore how they meet new building safety requirements in advance of the Government’s major new legislation are invited to help test two new compliance products.
The Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) has undertaken a comprehensive review of its communications and activities to improve its services and qualifications.
Latest BRE research* into the investigation of fire fatalities in domestic dwellings in Scotland concluded the installation of interlinked smoke alarms, supported by additional recommendations, would be expected to result in a reduction in fire fatalities.