Can the actual heat loss from a newly-constructed property be greater than you calculated or realised?
As the UK manufacturer supplying the range of smoke and fire barriers carrying the widest number of technical accreditations, TBA FIREFLY is also enhancing the training options available to installers and other fire professionals to ensure its products are expertly installed in line with exact specifications, helping to protect both life and property, as well as delivering peace of mind to all stakeholders.
Fire performance, chemical composition and resistance to pull-out loads were all factors considered by one of the leading national contractors in the selection of Magply MgO boards for the cladding build-up on four apartment blocks in Bristol.
Definitive interactive guide to acoustic, fire and thermal insulation for specifiers updated for 2021.
Responding to the growing trend towards self-directed professional development opportunities, ROCKWOOL has enhanced its CPD programme with the addition of on-demand modules.
ROCKWOOL solutions given British Board of Agrément approval for durability, fire and thermal performance.
Responding to the market’s need for simplified specification of fire stopping solutions in rainscreen systems, ROCKWOOL has streamlined its range of open state cavity barriers (SP Firestop OSCB) to provide a two-hour performance rating for both 25mm and 44mm open cavities.
Leading UK supplier of foam sealant tapes for windows and doors ISO Chemie has won an international innovation award.
The construction industry is witnessing a significant and understandable shift in almost every sector towards using non-combustible insulation materials. For some, this is a continuation of policies that have reduced risk in building portfolios. For others, it is a low-risk approach, using products with genuine passive protection, in the face of ongoing regulatory reform. For all, the question of insurance is an important aspect–both for building insurance and for professional indemnity.
CPD advises specifiers on fire protection requirements for structural steel sections