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Pushing the Boundaries of Fire Protection in Complex Steel Structures

Planning for complex, modern construction projects must factor in the time steelwork spends in fabrication shops as protective coatings are applied. A breakthrough intumescent coatings system pushes the boundaries of time and quality. Carl Burrell, fire and insulation laboratory manager for Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings EMEA, looks at the development and application of the new cutting-edge technology.
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IFSEC & FIREX International launch first-ever ARC Village

Europe’s leading security and fire industry events, IFSEC and FIREX International have today launched the inaugural ARC Village at this year’s shows located at London’s ExCeL on 21st to 23rd June. The ARC Village will proved a platform for the UK’s alarm receiving centres to showcase their technical expertise and services, and give visitors the opportunities to discuss […]
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A Guide to Fire-Safety Training

A guide to fire-safety training for both the Responsible Person in charge of business premises or residential buildings and employees, with a list of training providers.
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Fire Doors for Beginners

How fire doors differ from regular doors, where to install them in private properties, where liability lies for commercial properties and choosing doors with the right specifications.
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Choosing the Right Fire Detector

The nature of the surrounding environment is key to striking the right balance between the need to detect fire as early as possible and minimising the risk of false alarms.
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EAPFP Calls for Single, Unified EU Facade Test

Following the New Years Eve blaze in Dubai and several other high-profile facade fires, the European Association for Passive Fire Protection has explained why the present profusion of conflicting tests are not fit for purpose.
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Breaking News: Honeywell Acquires Xtralis

Honeywell has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Xtralis for $480 million. The world’s largest manufacturer of very early warning aspirating smoke detection systems will become part of Honeywell Security and Fire in a deal which is expected to be completed in the second quarter, subject to regulatory approval. Funds have been advised by Australasian […]
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