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Are Structural Fire Protection Products Needed?

The structural integrity of a building is crucial to its long-term stability and safety. There are various features that are included in the design process which are then embedded into the construction process, this includes the foundation of the new build, steel frames, chimneys, roofing, windows etc. There are many essential components to a new…
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Fire Safety in the Office

In the UK, fire safety is a requirement for every business. Most businesses are required by law to conduct regular risk assessments throughout their properties. This is to identify any potential risks that could lead to a fire and to avoid costly consequences down the line if something goes wrong. Regular risk assessments help in…
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Fire Safety Products for Doors

Following on from our previous blog post about fire door regulations and the importance of fire safety, it’s crucial to know what products can help protect you and prevent a fire if one is to occur in the workplace. In every commercial building, the main point of escape is a fire door. In 2019, a…
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Fire Door Regulations Explained

In this post we take a look at Fire Door regulations, and explain them. In the UK, fires in the workplace are common and around 22,000 fires occur in the workplace yearly. Fire doors play a key role in the safety and fire protection of business premises. Due to the importance of having correctly functioning…
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The Importance of Fire Safety

Fire safety is crucial for several reasons. First and foremost, fires are obviously dangerous. While they can cause serious injuries, fires also result in millions of pounds of property damage each year. A report released by the Fire Protection Association (FPA) calculated that the average financial impact of a single fire reaches over £657,000. But…
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What are HVAC products?

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. This is a system that provides heating and cooling to residential and commercial buildings. HVAC systems are becoming more popular in newer constructions, as they use air from outside to provide high-quality indoor air. But these systems are constantly at risk of causing a fire if not…
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