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From the monthly archives: September, 2014

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Key Water Mist British Standards To Be Published

Published in draft format back in 2010, British Standards for water mist systems have been used by specifiers and consultants to set a benchmark of performance criteria for both design and installation. As leaders within the water mist industry, our Director, Ian Williams is an active committee member  representing BAFSA working on the publishing of these British Standards, he explains “With 4 years industry experience using these standards, both the DD BS 8458 Domestic and Residential, and DD BS 8489 Commercial and Industrial Standards have been scrutinised for their effectiveness by our committee at BRE Global and now issued into the Public Domain for Comment and should be ready for publishing in Spring 2015, confirmation that water mist has a place in the UK market”.

Press release: Portable Misting System saves three lives

In the past month, three of these systems have been attributed with saving the lives of three individuals, all of whom had been previously identified as vulnerable and in need of the protection given by a Portable Misting System.

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Why Fire Door Safety Week?

A door’s a door’s a door, right? No, a fire door is an engineered safety device. Fire doors are a crucial part of the passive fire protection of every commercial, public and multiple occupancy building. They save lives and property. The Fire Door Safety Week has been initiated: To raise awareness of the critical role of fire doors, drawing attention to specific issues such as poor installation and maintenance. To encourage building owners and users to check the operation and condition of their fire doors and to report those that aren’t satisfactory. To link together the initiatives of many organisations with common interests in the fire door and passive fire protection industries. To engage and educate people, helping the whole building industry and every property owner to understand the correct specification, supply, installation, operation, inspection and maintenance of fire doors. If you require assistance on your fire do ...

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Why Fire Door Safety Week?

A door’s a door’s a door, right? No, a fire door is an engineered safety device. Fire doors are a crucial part of the passive fire protection of every commercial, public and multiple occupancy building. They save lives and property. The Fire Door Safety Week has been initiated: To raise awareness of the critical role of fire doors, drawing attention to specific issues such as poor installation and maintenance. To encourage building owners and users to check the operation and condition of their fire doors and to report those that aren’t satisfactory. To link together the initiatives of many organisations with common interests in the fire door and passive fire protection industries. To engage and educate people, helping the whole building industry and every property owner to understand the correct specification, supply, installation, operation, inspection and maintenance of fire doors. If you require assistance on your fire do ...

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