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Fireboard Encasement

Fire rated board encasement protects the structural integrity of concrete, steelworks and timber frameworks in the event of a fire. Fireboard encasement systems provide an effective fire protection solution for various types of building structures. FIT has experience in installation of fireboarding encasements to provide fire resistance lasting from 30 to 240 minutes.

▪︎ Fireboarding to structural steel and surrounds
▪︎ Fireboarding to timber structures and surrounds
▪︎ Fire rated ceilings and partitions

Fire Doors

Fire rated door installation is a vital element of a passive fire protection strategy for any building. Fire doors are designed to slow the progress of a fire and its components – flame, smoke and toxic gases, by halting its spread from compartment to compartment within the building.

▪︎ Fire doors achieving 20 – 240 minutes fire resistance
▪︎ Single and double leaf fire doors
▪︎ Bespoke fire doors
▪︎ Decorative finish fire doors
▪︎ Glass fire doors
▪︎ Smoke seals and intumescent gaskets
▪︎ Fire door repairs

Firestopping

First Intervention Team has a wealth of experience in undertaking a host of fire stopping and passive fire protection installations for property maintenance companies, hotels, hospitals, schools universities and main contractors.

▪︎ Apertures and penetrations sealing
▪︎ Linear gap fire sealing
▪︎ Firestopping around services
▪︎ Fire batt and mastic applications
▪︎ Fire safe ducting and ventillation

Structural Steel Protection

Steel structures are now reported to account for approximately 70% of the available multi-storey framed buildings with adequate and correctly installed structural steel fire protection is an integral part of the fire safety strategy for these buildings.

▪︎ External and internal steel fire protection
▪︎ Fire ratings from 30 – 240 minutes
▪︎ Cementitious coatings
▪︎ Intumescent thin-film coatings and paints
▪︎ Light board-based steel protection (e.g. rock fibre)
▪︎ Heavy board-based steel protection (e.g. Calcium Silicate)

Fire Compartmentation

Dividing your premises into a number of compartments to contain a fire and stop its progression through a building. Fire-rated partitions, floors and ceilings are essential to ensure effective fire compartmentation and they are a fundamental component of any fire safety design.

▪︎ Creation of fire compartments
▪︎ Fire walls, floors and ceiling
▪︎ Fire stopping above bulk heads
▪︎ Compartmentation of communal space
▪︎ Apertures and penetrations sealing

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