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MASTERBOARD Swimming Pool Ceiling Protektor System

MASTERBOARD is resistant to the effects of moisture and suitable for use in suspended ceilings above swimming pools. It is suitable for use with the Protektor UK Ltd S400 suspended ceiling support system for swimming pool areas.

Promat DUCTWORK SOLUTIONS

DURADUCT SMT® and LT® ductwork systems are made from DURASTEEL sheet, a non-combustible of fibre cement, reinforced by mechanically bonded galvanised steel sheeting. DURASTEEL® is highly reistant to moisture and retains its mechanical integrity even when saturated. It will not absorb combustible fluids such as cooking oil in kitchen extract ducts and has exceptional fire resistant qualities.

Promat DURASTEEL 4 hours fire protection

Promat DURASTEEL® is a composite panel of fibre reinforced cement mechanically bonded to punched steel sheets on both outer surfaces. It is claseed as 'non-combustible' to BS:476: Part 4:1970.

Promat MASTERBOARD® - 30 minutes fire protection

Promat MASTERBOARD® is a versatile Class 0 building board suitable for use in a wide range of internal and semi-exposed applications. It is a material of limited combustibility and can be used in constructions providing up to 30 minutes fire protection. It is simple to work and fix, easy to decorate, resistant to the effects of moisture and will not rot or decay.

Promat SUPALUX® Application Guide - 4 hours fire protection

This Promat SUPALUX® Applications Guide is designed to provide examples of some of the most common applications of Promat SUPALUX® and does not provide detailed specifications for all applications. The new handbook is available free on request. Call Promat on 01344 381350 to request a copy, or visit www.promat.co.uk to download a digital version.

Promat TD Board® - 4 hours fire protection

Promat TD Board® is an inert rock wool board used for the fire protection of structural steel. Promat TD Board® is available unfaced or faced with a reinforced scrim or aluminium foil. It is manufactured in accordance with an independently accredited BS EN ISO 9001 quality management system. Promat TD Board® is resistant to the effects of moisture and is suitable for internal and semi-exposed applications.

Promat TL Board® - Impact Resistant

Promat TL Board® is a calcium silicate board bonded to phenolic insulation and is designed to be fixed to the underside of floors (generally concrete) to achieve specific U-values required by the project design and Building Regulations. There is an increasing requirement for the thermal upgrading of semi-exposed concrete decks both in the conversion and refurbishment of existing buildings and in new build constructions.

Promat TLFR Board® - 3 hours fire protection

There is an increasing requirement to upgrade the performance of semi-exposed concrete decks both in the conversion and refurbishment of existing buildings, and in new build constructions. Promat TLFR Board® is a calcium silicate board bonded to Rockwool stone wool insulation and is designed to be fixed to the underside of concrete floors to achieve high levels of fire, thermal and acoustic insulation.

SUPALUX Protection to Wind Posts - 120 mins fire protection

Wind posts are a common way of providing lateral support to tall masonry walls in modern steel-framed buildings. In situations where the walls are also required to provide fire resistance between two compartments (or a boundary position), the fire protection applied to the wind posts must also maintain the fire separation across the wall construction at that point

SUPALUX Protection to Wind Posts - 60 mins fire protection

Wind posts are a common way of providing lateral support to tall masonry walls in modern steel-framed buildings. In situations where the walls are also required to provide fire resistance between two compartments (or at a boundary position), the fire protection applied to the wind posts must also maintain the fire separation across the wall construction at that point.

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 1 - Introduction

Fire is one of the most useful of elements on earth, however, it can also be one of the most destructive. The devastation caused by a fire can be catastrophic, with statistics showing that in excess of 30% of businesses suffering a major incident being forced to close within 12 months. The Promat organisation has offices, factories and workshops all over the world, forming a global network of specific knowledge centres concentrating on fire protection and high temperature insulation. This Promat organisation is part of the well known Worldwide group: Etex. Specialising in building materials, the Etex Group offers a support structure of knowledge, production and research and development.

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 3 - Structural Steel

The Building Regulations require certain elements of structure to have fire resistance for a specified minimum period of time. The amount of fire protection required to achieve this depends on the following: Duration of fire resistance specified; Type of protection used; Perimeter of the steel section exposed to fire; Shape and size of the steel section.

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 4 - Ceilings, Floors and Roofs

Fire Testing Methods Floors should normally be tested or assessed in accordance with BS 476: Part 21: 1987 and are required to satisfy the three failure criteria of loadbearing capacity, integrity and insulation when exposed to fire from below. Loadbearing concrete floors supported by steel beams and protected with a suspended ceiling should be tested or assessed to BS 476: Part 23: 1987.

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 5 - Partitions and External Walls

Depending upon its situation and function within a building, a wall may be expected to fulfil different requirements in the event of fire. Fire resisting walls used for partitioning buildings and enclosing compartments will be required to provide a barrier to the passage of fire from one side or the other and must therefore be able to satisfy each of the relevant criteria (integrity, insulation and if the wall is loadbearing - loadbearing capacity) from either side for the prescribed period.

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 6 - Fire Rated Ductwork

The relative complexity of any ductwork system which is passing through different fire compartments and the relevance of the system’s function in ambient and fire conditions can make the selection of a suitable ductwork system difficult. This section of the handbook aims to give guidance on the fire performance requirements of ductwork and offers a wide range of solutions for proprietary “off the shelf” fire rated ductwork, the protection of steel ductwork and for self-supporting systems using Promat PROMATECT®-L500.

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 7 - Penetration Seals

In every application discussed in this handbook, irrespective of whether it is using a Promat product or system, the importance of sealing any gaps in fire resisting constructions is vital to ensure the system works to its maximum ability to save life and property. Such gaps are typically at service penetrations through walls and floors, but would also include gaps left for structural movement and gaps due to poor workmanship.

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

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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