Passive fire protection (PFP) attempts to contain fires or slow the spread. Passive Fire Protection takes many forms, from fire-resistant walls, floors, and doors to expansion joint fire barriers, sprinklers and fire alarms. Discover the legislation behind the use of these products and their benefits.
With a European presence in more than ten countries, the Orpea has recently built a new Clinéa clinic in Nancy, in the Grand Est metropolitan region.
Optegra's new eye hospital in London has benefited from a high performance interior finishes package from CS, protecting doors, walls & ceilings in theatres
Due to the regular movement of beds, patients and heavy equipment within the ward, Bristol Royal Infirmary were experiencing extensive wall damage.
With smoke being such a dangerous part of any fire we wanted to focus on 4 fire door checks to make sure your fire door can prevent the spread of smoke.
To process your pricing enquiries and orders as smoothly as possible, we will require a door schedule including the following information as applicable:
Discover the highly durable and easy to maintain hospital fire doors chosen to protect Perth Royal Infirmary.
Discover how St. Helier Hospital are reducing fire door maintenance costs & extending both door and building lifecycle.
Discover the benefits of third party fire door testing and how it can help the fire prevention strategy in your building.
CS can now supply BM TRADA Q-Marked Acrovyn Doors. Our BM Trada Certified Fire Doors include an FD30 and FD60 model, available in a range of configurations
Keeping a busy hotel looking smart and welcoming is no easy task, with a wide range of products, discover how CS can help you protect your hotel interior.