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The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 8 - Smoke Barriers and Doors

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The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 8 - Smoke Barriers and Doors

by Promat UK

The purpose of a cavity barrier is to prevent smoke and flame from penetrating and/or moving within a concealed space in a fire compartment. Building Regulations provide guidance on where such barriers should be located within hidden voids in a building and they give examples of deemed-to-satisfy barriers for voids in stud walls or partitions.

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