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Intumescent fire protection is a type of passive fire protection that has revolutionised the way we protect buildings from the spread of fire. Intumescent coatings are designed to expand when exposed to high temperatures, creating

Sprayed vermiculite is a type of insulation material that is used to provide fireproofing to buildings. It is made from a naturally occurring mineral called vermiculite that is mined from deposits located around the world.

Passive fire protection is a term used to describe various materials and techniques used to prevent the spread of fire and smoke within a building. The history of passive fire protection goes back centuries, with

If there is a cable tray penetrating through a fire rated wall that is supporting services, then consideration should be given to how this may affect the fire safety of a building. Penetrations through fire

Vermiculite is one of the most commonly used materials when it comes to passive fire protection and is commonly confused with a closely related material known as Perlite. Vermiculite undergoes significant expansion when heated in

Service penetration fire seals are seals or systems that we use on services that penetrate fire compartments. Services can include plumbing and air-con pipes, conduits and cable trays, or even sprinkler pipes. Some examples include mastic

  A vermiculite ceiling, otherwise known as a popcorn ceiling, is a ceiling that has had its fire rating upgraded with the use of vermiculite spray, usually from the underside. Vermiculite ceilings have several uses and can

What are Active and Passive Fire Control Methods? What is passive fire protection? In summary, passive fire protection can be described as systems that work passively to prevent the spread or growth of a fire.

Consideration of duct fire protection is essential to the overall passive fire protection system on your project. Ducts are conduits or passages used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to deliver and remove air. The needed airflows

What is an FRL and what does FRL mean in construction? An FRL, or Fire Resistance Level in Australian standards, is a grading method associated with the NCC. It is comprised of 3 figures, which