New challenges are being found in fire risk assessments. In an effort to source a product with the correct requirements you may find that such a product is not on the market. In such cases, the only solution may be to develop a product. Finding a manufacturer to develop the product with you may be the
Passive Fire Protection
The Riser FireSeal covers risers with a vertical barrier to stop fire potentially being able to spread between floors through the building shaft. We’ve recently updated both the measuring and fitting instructions for our Riser FireSeal. We thought you’d find it useful, you’ll find these under our Technical Information tab. Designed and tested to provide at least 60
Wates are currently refurbishing Merridale Court for Wolverhampton Homes. The works carried out have had to take into consideration many factors, including fire protection. In the case of Merridale Court it’s also a conservation area. Upgrading the conservation area is an added difficulty. Issues Identified Further to a Fire Risk Assessment (FRA) being carried out, it
Ritherdon exhibits at FIREX International 2017 – Passive Fire Protection with the Ritherdon FireSeal
Ritherdon are exhibiting at FIREX International, where the fire industry experts meet (20-22nd of June at ExCel). Come by stand D34 and chat to Peter and Ben about our passive fire protection products. We’ve designed the Ritherdon FireSeal, a fire rated panel that provides a minimum of 60 minutes fire protection. Specially created with meter
Our goal is to be innovative and to do so we aim to develop new products throughout the year. This is the case of the Temporary Builders Supply Kiosk. Its purpose is to provide a place for the equipment for a temporary electrical connection to be kept safe, secure and protected from the external environment.
The R22 FireSeal enclosure (meter box) was designed and tested to prevent a fire inside a gas meter housing from spreading across and blocking an escape route from a building: typically where gas meters have been installed in blocks of flats, by stairwells or in corridors. The development of this new product came about when