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Coopers SmokeStop® Concertina™ Closed - Circular

Coopers Fire Ltd

The SmokeStop® DH60 Concertina™ is an active smoke barrier assembly which comprises of a folded/ pleated fire resistant fabric mounted inside a headbox and fixed to a bottom tray which is fixed either side to steel pulley tapes which are wound on to a 15 mm diameter drive shaft. The drive shaft is powered by an external 24 V.d.c electric motor(s) via a chain and sprocket. They are enclosed within a 1.6 mm galvanized carbon steel box. A bottom tray suits the deflection performance requirements of the project and the desired ceiling configuration in fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors shall meet all applicable safety standards. Motors shall contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclic gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c. electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor shall be isolated from all power and the barrier shall be held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures the barriers do not drift upward or downward.

The barrier assemblies shall operate with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006, and be able to move to their fire operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts shall be totally enclosed and protected within the steel roller and shall be tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

The barrier assemblies must show the tested ability to use a range of heavy bottom bar weights in order to meet the critical anti-deflection performance requirements, as required in design guides BS 7346-4, BR 368. The bottom edge of the smoke barrier shall incorporate a heavy bottom bar with a minimum standard weight of 3 kg/m with the facility to increase this weight to 10 kg/m to ensure positive operation when subjected to pressure.

Operation:

The barrier assemblies type ASB1 and ASB3 for 'Life Safety' shall move to their fire operational position in a controlled manner when all consumable primary and auxiliary power sources are removed, in the event of wiring, open or short circuit, or system corruption, or any combination thereof.

The barrier assemblies shall fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), and 'drive up' with mains power available. In the event of mains power failure, they shall remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (nominally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire operational position. At the end of the predetermined time delay they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

The barrier assemblies must commence movement upon initiation or any initiation, power or system failure and move to the fire operational position, in all operating modes, at site specific adjustable and synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.30 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Barrier assemblies which are located in critical areas of the project, e.g. escape routes, stairways etc. have site specific synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.15 m/s using the VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds shall be site adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

The barrier assemblies have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire operational position under both mains and emergency power. Barrier assemblies in their retracted or 'stalled' position have all power removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Barrier assemblies that require multiple overlapping barriers have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down - all down (handshaking).

The barrier assemblies have a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting. The barrier assemblies shall have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire operational position. This ensures they are always in their required position and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. Any combination of the alarm/ control signal provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions will activate the system.

The barrier assemblies must prove the ability to operate within edge gaps between 20, 40 and 60 mm, height dependent, in all other situations unless the fabric edge interfaces with a retention system, i.e. side guides to resist pressure (as standard 25 Pa).

If side guides are provided they shall have formed part of the complete system test in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

Fabric:

The fabric material shall be tested as part of the complete assembly with overlapping barrier panels in the orientation and standard use of the application and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in BS EN 1363-1, as required by BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

The fabric material (part of the original test specimen) shall be tested for permeability to BS EN 1634-3 with a rate < 25 m³/h/m² at ambient temperature at 25 Pa.

The fabric material shall be tested independently to reaction to fire tests in accordance with BS EN ISO 1716 and BS EN 13823 to achieve an A1 classification in accordance with BS EN 13501-1+A1.

SmokeStop Concertina Open - L shape

Coopers Fire Ltd

The SmokeStop® DH60 Concertina™ is an active smoke barrier assembly which comprises of a folded/ pleated fire resistant fabric mounted inside a headbox and fixed to a bottom tray which is fixed either side to steel pulley tapes which are wound on to a 15 mm diameter drive shaft. The drive shaft is powered by an external 24 V.d.c electric motor(s) via a chain and sprocket. They are enclosed within a 1.6 mm galvanized carbon steel box. A bottom tray suits the deflection performance requirements of the project and the desired ceiling configuration in fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors shall meet all applicable safety standards. Motors shall contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclic gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c. electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor shall be isolated from all power and the barrier shall be held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures the barriers do not drift upward or downward.

The barrier assemblies shall operate with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006, and be able to move to their fire operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts shall be totally enclosed and protected within the steel roller and shall be tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

The barrier assemblies must show the tested ability to use a range of heavy bottom bar weights in order to meet the critical anti-deflection performance requirements, as required in design guides BS 7346-4, BR 368. The bottom edge of the smoke barrier shall incorporate a heavy bottom bar with a minimum standard weight of 3 kg/m with the facility to increase this weight to 10 kg/m to ensure positive operation when subjected to pressure.

Operation:

The barrier assemblies type ASB1 and ASB3 for 'Life Safety' shall move to their fire operational position in a controlled manner when all consumable primary and auxiliary power sources are removed, in the event of wiring, open or short circuit, or system corruption, or any combination thereof.

The barrier assemblies shall fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), and 'drive up' with mains power available. In the event of mains power failure, they shall remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (nominally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire operational position. At the end of the predetermined time delay they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

The barrier assemblies must commence movement upon initiation or any initiation, power or system failure and move to the fire operational position, in all operating modes, at site specific adjustable and synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.30 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Barrier assemblies which are located in critical areas of the project, e.g. escape routes, stairways etc. have site specific synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.15 m/s using the VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds shall be site adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

The barrier assemblies have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire operational position under both mains and emergency power. Barrier assemblies in their retracted or 'stalled' position have all power removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Barrier assemblies that require multiple overlapping barriers have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down - all down (handshaking).

The barrier assemblies have a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting. The barrier assemblies shall have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire operational position. This ensures they are always in their required position and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. Any combination of the alarm/ control signal provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions will activate the system.

The barrier assemblies must prove the ability to operate within edge gaps between 20, 40 and 60 mm, height dependent, in all other situations unless the fabric edge interfaces with a retention system, i.e. side guides to resist pressure (as standard 25 Pa).

If side guides are provided they shall have formed part of the complete system test in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

Fabric:

The fabric material shall be tested as part of the complete assembly with overlapping barrier panels in the orientation and standard use of the application and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in BS EN 1363-1, as required by BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

The fabric material (part of the original test specimen) shall be tested for permeability to BS EN 1634-3 with a rate < 25 m³/h/m² at ambient temperature at 25 Pa.

The fabric material shall be tested independently to reaction to fire tests in accordance with BS EN ISO 1716 and BS EN 13823 to achieve an A1 classification in accordance with BS EN 13501-1+A1.

Coopers SmokeStop® DH60

Coopers Fire Ltd

The SmokeStop® DH60 is an active smoke barrier that deploys vertically to protect escalators and atria from smoke in standard commercial buildings. It suits all types of ceiling configurations to integrate with both solid and suspended ceilings. It remains hidden within a ceiling until deployed. It is supplied with the Coopers Total Gravity Fail Safe (TGFS) system, high temperature motors, side channels, variable speed, warning systems and controlled descent.

Barrier assemblies shall be tested for fire resistance to BS EN 1363-1, tested for permeability BS EN 1634-3 as required by BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006, and be classified to BS EN 13501-4.

Active smoke barrier assemblies shall comprise of a fire resistant fabric which is wound onto a steel roller, with 1:600 deflection performance to BS 6323-5, which is powered by an internal 24 V d.c. electric motor. They are enclosed within a 1.2 mm galvanized carbon steel box. A bottom bar to suit the deflection performance requirements of the project and the desired ceiling configuration is fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors shall meet all applicable safety standards. Motors shall contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclic gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c. electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor shall be isolated from all power and the barrier shall be held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures the barriers do not drift upward or downward.

The barrier assemblies shall operate with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006, and be able to move to their fire operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts shall be totally enclosed and protected within the steel roller and shall be tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

The barrier assemblies must show the tested ability to use a range of heavy bottom bar weights in order to meet the critical anti-deflection performance requirements, as required in design guides BS 7346-4, BR 368. The bottom edge of the smoke barrier shall incorporate a heavy bottom bar with a minimum standard weight of 3 kg/m with the facility to increase this weight to 10 kg/m to ensure positive operation when subjected to pressure.

Operation:

The barrier assemblies type ASB1 and ASB3 for "Life Safety" shall move to their fire operational position in a controlled manner when all consumable primary and auxiliary power sources are removed, in the event of wiring, open or short circuit, or system corruption, or any combination thereof.

The barrier assemblies shall fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), and 'drive up' with mains power available. In the event of mains power failure, they shall remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (normally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire operational position. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

The barrier assemblies must commence movement upon initiation or any initiation, power or system failure and move to the fire operational position, in all operating modes, at site specific adjustable and synchronised velocities within the range of 0.06 m/s to 0.30 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Barrier assemblies which are located in critical areas of the project, e.g. escape routes to have synchronised velocities within the range of 0.06 m/s to 0.15 m/s using the VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds shall be site adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

The barrier assemblies shall have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire operational position under both mains and emergency power. Barrier assemblies in their retracted or 'stalled' position shall have all power removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Barrier assemblies that require multiple overlapping barriers shall have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down - all down (handshaking).

The barrier assemblies shall have a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting. The barrier assemblies shall have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire operational position. This ensures they are always in their required position and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. In sensitive ceiling aesthetic areas, a unique patented SLAT® ceiling interface can be provided. Any combination of the alarm/ control system provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions shall activate the system.

The barrier assemblies must prove the ability to operate within edge gaps between 20, 40 and 60 mm, height dependent, in all other situations unless the fabric edge interfaces with a retention system, i.e. side guides to resist pressure (as standard 25 Pa).

If side guides are provided they shall have formed part of the complete system test in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

Fabric:

The fabric material shall be tested as part of the complete assembly complete with overlapping barrier panels in the orientation and standard use of the application and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in BS EN 1363-1, as required by BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

The fabric material (part of the original test specimen) shall be tested for permeability to BS EN 1634-3 with a rate < 25 m³/h/m² at ambient temperature at 25 Pa.

The fabric material shall be tested independently to reaction to fire tests in accordance with BS EN ISO 1716 and BS EN 13823 to achieve an A2-s1, d0 classification in accordance with BS EN 13501-1+A1 in accordance with A11 of Approved Document B (Volumes 1 and 2) 2006 Edition 'Fire Safety' to England and Wales Building Regulations 2000.

The fabric material shall be tested independently for fire propagation to BS 476-6+A1, and for surface spread of flame to BS 476-7 to achieve National Class 0 in accordance with A13(b) of Approved Document B (Volumes 1 & 2) 2006 Edition 'Fire Safety' to England and Wales Building Regulations 2000.

Fabric type is EFP™ 2/A2 a glass fibre fabric coated with a micronized aluminium filled fire retardant polyurethane 455 g/m² -5% +10%.

SmokeStop Concertina Open - Rectangular

Coopers Fire Ltd

The SmokeStop® DH60 Concertina™ is an active smoke barrier assembly which comprises of a folded/ pleated fire resistant fabric mounted inside a headbox and fixed to a bottom tray which is fixed either side to steel pulley tapes which are wound on to a 15 mm diameter drive shaft. The drive shaft is powered by an external 24 V.d.c electric motor(s) via a chain and sprocket. They are enclosed within a 1.6 mm galvanized carbon steel box. A bottom tray suits the deflection performance requirements of the project and the desired ceiling configuration in fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors shall meet all applicable safety standards. Motors shall contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclic gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c. electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor shall be isolated from all power and the barrier shall be held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures the barriers do not drift upward or downward.

The barrier assemblies shall operate with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006, and be able to move to their fire operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts shall be totally enclosed and protected within the steel roller and shall be tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

The barrier assemblies must show the tested ability to use a range of heavy bottom bar weights in order to meet the critical anti-deflection performance requirements, as required in design guides BS 7346-4, BR 368. The bottom edge of the smoke barrier shall incorporate a heavy bottom bar with a minimum standard weight of 3 kg/m with the facility to increase this weight to 10 kg/m to ensure positive operation when subjected to pressure.

Operation:

The barrier assemblies type ASB1 and ASB3 for 'Life Safety' shall move to their fire operational position in a controlled manner when all consumable primary and auxiliary power sources are removed, in the event of wiring, open or short circuit, or system corruption, or any combination thereof.

The barrier assemblies shall fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), and 'drive up' with mains power available. In the event of mains power failure, they shall remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (nominally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire operational position. At the end of the predetermined time delay they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

The barrier assemblies must commence movement upon initiation or any initiation, power or system failure and move to the fire operational position, in all operating modes, at site specific adjustable and synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.30 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Barrier assemblies which are located in critical areas of the project, e.g. escape routes, stairways etc. have site specific synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.15 m/s using the VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds shall be site adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

The barrier assemblies have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire operational position under both mains and emergency power. Barrier assemblies in their retracted or 'stalled' position have all power removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Barrier assemblies that require multiple overlapping barriers have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down - all down (handshaking).

The barrier assemblies have a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting. The barrier assemblies shall have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire operational position. This ensures they are always in their required position and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. Any combination of the alarm/ control signal provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions will activate the system.

The barrier assemblies must prove the ability to operate within edge gaps between 20, 40 and 60 mm, height dependent, in all other situations unless the fabric edge interfaces with a retention system, i.e. side guides to resist pressure (as standard 25 Pa).

If side guides are provided they shall have formed part of the complete system test in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

Fabric:

The fabric material shall be tested as part of the complete assembly with overlapping barrier panels in the orientation and standard use of the application and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in BS EN 1363-1, as required by BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

The fabric material (part of the original test specimen) shall be tested for permeability to BS EN 1634-3 with a rate < 25 m³/h/m² at ambient temperature at 25 Pa.

The fabric material shall be tested independently to reaction to fire tests in accordance with BS EN ISO 1716 and BS EN 13823 to achieve an A1 classification in accordance with BS EN 13501-1+A1.

Coopers SmokeStop® Concertina™ Open - Circular

Coopers Fire Ltd

The SmokeStop® DH60 Concertina™ is an active smoke barrier assembly which comprises of a folded/ pleated fire resistant fabric mounted inside a headbox and fixed to a bottom tray which is fixed either side to steel pulley tapes which are wound on to a 15 mm diameter drive shaft. The drive shaft is powered by an external 24 V.d.c electric motor(s) via a chain and sprocket. They are enclosed within a 1.6 mm galvanized carbon steel box. A bottom tray suits the deflection performance requirements of the project and the desired ceiling configuration in fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors shall meet all applicable safety standards. Motors shall contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclic gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c. electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor shall be isolated from all power and the barrier shall be held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures the barriers do not drift upward or downward.

The barrier assemblies shall operate with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006, and be able to move to their fire operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts shall be totally enclosed and protected within the steel roller and shall be tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

The barrier assemblies must show the tested ability to use a range of heavy bottom bar weights in order to meet the critical anti-deflection performance requirements, as required in design guides BS 7346-4, BR 368. The bottom edge of the smoke barrier shall incorporate a heavy bottom bar with a minimum standard weight of 3 kg/m with the facility to increase this weight to 10 kg/m to ensure positive operation when subjected to pressure.

Operation:

The barrier assemblies type ASB1 and ASB3 for 'Life Safety' shall move to their fire operational position in a controlled manner when all consumable primary and auxiliary power sources are removed, in the event of wiring, open or short circuit, or system corruption, or any combination thereof.

The barrier assemblies shall fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), and 'drive up' with mains power available. In the event of mains power failure, they shall remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (nominally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire operational position. At the end of the predetermined time delay they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

The barrier assemblies must commence movement upon initiation or any initiation, power or system failure and move to the fire operational position, in all operating modes, at site specific adjustable and synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.30 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Barrier assemblies which are located in critical areas of the project, e.g. escape routes, stairways etc. have site specific synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.15 m/s using the VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds shall be site adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

The barrier assemblies have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire operational position under both mains and emergency power. Barrier assemblies in their retracted or 'stalled' position have all power removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Barrier assemblies that require multiple overlapping barriers have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down - all down (handshaking).

The barrier assemblies have a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting. The barrier assemblies shall have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire operational position. This ensures they are always in their required position and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. Any combination of the alarm/ control signal provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions will activate the system.

The barrier assemblies must prove the ability to operate within edge gaps between 20, 40 and 60 mm, height dependent, in all other situations unless the fabric edge interfaces with a retention system, i.e. side guides to resist pressure (as standard 25 Pa).

If side guides are provided they shall have formed part of the complete system test in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

Fabric:

The fabric material shall be tested as part of the complete assembly with overlapping barrier panels in the orientation and standard use of the application and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in BS EN 1363-1, as required by BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

The fabric material (part of the original test specimen) shall be tested for permeability to BS EN 1634-3 with a rate < 25 m³/h/m² at ambient temperature at 25 Pa.

The fabric material shall be tested independently to reaction to fire tests in accordance with BS EN ISO 1716 and BS EN 13823 to achieve an A1 classification in accordance with BS EN 13501-1+A1.

SmokeStop Concertina Closed - Rectangular

Coopers Fire Ltd

The SmokeStop® DH60 Concertina™ is an active smoke barrier assembly which comprises of a folded/ pleated fire resistant fabric mounted inside a headbox and fixed to a bottom tray which is fixed either side to steel pulley tapes which are wound on to a 15 mm diameter drive shaft. The drive shaft is powered by an external 24 V.d.c electric motor(s) via a chain and sprocket. They are enclosed within a 1.6 mm galvanized carbon steel box. A bottom tray suits the deflection performance requirements of the project and the desired ceiling configuration in fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors shall meet all applicable safety standards. Motors shall contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclic gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c. electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor shall be isolated from all power and the barrier shall be held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures the barriers do not drift upward or downward.

The barrier assemblies shall operate with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006, and be able to move to their fire operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts shall be totally enclosed and protected within the steel roller and shall be tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

The barrier assemblies must show the tested ability to use a range of heavy bottom bar weights in order to meet the critical anti-deflection performance requirements, as required in design guides BS 7346-4, BR 368. The bottom edge of the smoke barrier shall incorporate a heavy bottom bar with a minimum standard weight of 3 kg/m with the facility to increase this weight to 10 kg/m to ensure positive operation when subjected to pressure.

Operation:

The barrier assemblies type ASB1 and ASB3 for 'Life Safety' shall move to their fire operational position in a controlled manner when all consumable primary and auxiliary power sources are removed, in the event of wiring, open or short circuit, or system corruption, or any combination thereof.

The barrier assemblies shall fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL (TGFS), and 'drive up' with mains power available. In the event of mains power failure, they shall remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (nominally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire operational position. At the end of the predetermined time delay they shall fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

The barrier assemblies must commence movement upon initiation or any initiation, power or system failure and move to the fire operational position, in all operating modes, at site specific adjustable and synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.30 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Barrier assemblies which are located in critical areas of the project, e.g. escape routes, stairways etc. have site specific synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.15 m/s using the VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds shall be site adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

The barrier assemblies have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire operational position under both mains and emergency power. Barrier assemblies in their retracted or 'stalled' position have all power removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Barrier assemblies that require multiple overlapping barriers have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down - all down (handshaking).

The barrier assemblies have a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting. The barrier assemblies shall have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire operational position. This ensures they are always in their required position and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. Any combination of the alarm/ control signal provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions will activate the system.

The barrier assemblies must prove the ability to operate within edge gaps between 20, 40 and 60 mm, height dependent, in all other situations unless the fabric edge interfaces with a retention system, i.e. side guides to resist pressure (as standard 25 Pa).

If side guides are provided they shall have formed part of the complete system test in accordance with BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

Fabric:

The fabric material shall be tested as part of the complete assembly with overlapping barrier panels in the orientation and standard use of the application and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in BS EN 1363-1, as required by BS EN 12101-1:2005+A1:2006.

The fabric material (part of the original test specimen) shall be tested for permeability to BS EN 1634-3 with a rate < 25 m³/h/m² at ambient temperature at 25 Pa.

The fabric material shall be tested independently to reaction to fire tests in accordance with BS EN ISO 1716 and BS EN 13823 to achieve an A1 classification in accordance with BS EN 13501-1+A1.

Fire Shutter - Fireguard - FT01

HAG Ltd. - The Door Specialists

The Fireguard FT range is a compact tubular driven fire shutter that provides a fire protection barrier for 1–4 hours.

Tested to BS EN 1634-1, and compliant with BS EN 16034: 2014. Constructed from steel sections of 76 mm cold rolled 20 gauge galvanized steel. The FT60 shutter provides a defence against the spread of fire and can be used as a security door on a day to day basis. The compact design allows the FT compact range to be installed in areas where traditional fire shutters are not possible. The system can we linked to audio/ visual deacon fire alarms to ensure automatic closing in case of fire detection with battery backup in the event of power failure.

Usage:

The Fireguard FT roller shutter is commonly used in kitchen servery areas, schools, hospitals and commercial offices where installation restrictions for space require a compact system.

Fire Shutter - Fireguard - FT04

HAG Ltd. - The Door Specialists

The Fireguard FT range is a compact tubular driven fire shutter that provides a fire protection barrier for 1–4 hours.

Tested to BS EN 1634-1, and compliant with BS EN 16034: 2014. Constructed from steel sections of 76 mm cold rolled 20 gauge galvanized steel. The FT60 shutter provides a defence against the spread of fire and can be used as a security door on a day to day basis. The compact design allows the FT compact range to be installed in areas where traditional fire shutters are not possible. The system can we linked to audio/ visual deacon fire alarms to ensure automatic closing in case of fire detection with battery backup in the event of power failure.

Usage:

The Fireguard FT roller shutter is commonly used in kitchen servery areas, schools, hospitals and commercial offices where installation restrictions for space require a compact system.

Fire Shutter - Fireguard - FG02

HAG Ltd. - The Door Specialists

Roller shutter with up to four hours fire resistance.

Features and benefits:

  • The doors comprise 76 mm curved, solid 20 gauge lath, with galvanized bright rolled carbon steel finish.
  • The shutter box is manufactured from 0.91 bright spangle galvanized pressed steel, available in different designs to suit project requirements.
  • Electrically operated through an industrial grade single phase motor, controlled by a three function starter – up/ stop/ close.
  • An Auto Reset Solenoid is fitted to enable closing when receiving a signal from the fire alarm. The motor will automatically unbrake and the shutter will close through gravity.
  • The FCP03 Fire panel can be interconnected to the fire alarm system to allow closing when the fire signal is received. An audio/ visual warning and timer delay can also be provided.

Fire tested and compliant to latest standard BS EN 16034: 2014, and CE marked to BS EN 13241-1: 2003.

Fire Shutter - Fireguard - FG03

HAG Ltd. - The Door Specialists

Roller shutter with up to four hours fire resistance.

Features and benefits:

  • The doors comprise 76 mm curved, solid 20 gauge lath, with galvanized bright rolled carbon steel finish.
  • The shutter box is manufactured from 0.91 bright spangle galvanized pressed steel, available in different designs to suit project requirements.
  • Electrically operated through an industrial grade single phase motor, controlled by a three function starter – up/ stop/ close.
  • An Auto Reset Solenoid is fitted to enable closing when receiving a signal from the fire alarm. The motor will automatically unbrake and the shutter will close through gravity.
  • The FCP03 Fire panel can be interconnected to the fire alarm system to allow closing when the fire signal is received. An audio/ visual warning and timer delay can also be provided.

Fire tested and compliant to latest standard BS EN 16034: 2014, and CE marked to BS EN 13241-1: 2003.

Fire Shutter - Fireguard - FG01

HAG Ltd. - The Door Specialists

Roller shutter with up to four hours fire resistance.

Features and benefits:

  • The doors comprise 76 mm curved, solid 20 gauge lath, with galvanized bright rolled carbon steel finish.
  • The shutter box is manufactured from 0.91 bright spangle galvanized pressed steel, available in different designs to suit project requirements.
  • Electrically operated through an industrial grade single phase motor, controlled by a three function starter – up/ stop/ close.
  • An Auto Reset Solenoid is fitted to enable closing when receiving a signal from the fire alarm. The motor will automatically unbrake and the shutter will close through gravity.
  • The FCP03 Fire panel can be interconnected to the fire alarm system to allow closing when the fire signal is received. An audio/ visual warning and timer delay can also be provided.

Fire tested and compliant to latest standard BS EN 16034: 2014, and CE marked to BS EN 13241-1: 2003.

Fire Shutter - Fireguard - FT02

HAG Ltd. - The Door Specialists

The Fireguard FT range is a compact tubular driven fire shutter that provides a fire protection barrier for 1–4 hours.

Tested to BS EN 1634-1, and compliant with BS EN 16034: 2014. Constructed from steel sections of 76 mm cold rolled 20 gauge galvanized steel. The FT60 shutter provides a defence against the spread of fire and can be used as a security door on a day to day basis. The compact design allows the FT compact range to be installed in areas where traditional fire shutters are not possible. The system can we linked to audio/ visual deacon fire alarms to ensure automatic closing in case of fire detection with battery backup in the event of power failure.

Usage:

The Fireguard FT roller shutter is commonly used in kitchen servery areas, schools, hospitals and commercial offices where installation restrictions for space require a compact system.

Vii®Fire A1

Coopers Fire Ltd

The Vii® Fire A1 active fire curtain barrier is an active fire curtain barrier assembly that comprises fire-resistant fabric which is wound on to a steel roller, enclosed within a 1.2 mm galvanized mild steel box, with 1:600 deflection performance to BS 6323‑5, which is powered by an internal 24 V d.c electric motor. A bottom bar to suit the deflection performance requirements and the desired ceiling configuration is fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors meet all applicable safety standards. They contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclical gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection, and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor isolates from all power, and the barrier is held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures that the barriers not drift upward or downward.

Motors are tested for reliability, durability and self-closing to BS 8524-1, Annex E, and tested for operation at temperatures of 400°C (752 °F) as required by BS 8524-1, Annex G.

Operated with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL, Total Gravity Fail Safe (TGFS), in accordance with BS 8524-1. They move to their fire-operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts are enclosed and protected within the steel roller, and are tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

A range of heavy bottom bar weights ensures positive operation when subjected to pressure. The engineer shall declare to the manufacturer such pressures, or wind loads, in advance to ensure operational conformity.

The barrier assemblies operate with the barrier retained in side channels to resist pressure (as standard 20Pa) and impact (Double Severe Duty), and remove edge gaps in accordance with BS 8524-1, Annex D.

Primary, secondary and auxiliary power supplies are CE marked in accordance with the Construction Products Regulations (305/2011) when tested to BS EN 12101‑10. Control panels are tested to BS ISO 21927‑9.

All power supplies and control panels are tested in accordance with the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) BS EN 61010‑1, EMC Directive (2004/108/EC) BS EN 12101‑10, BS EN 61000-6-3 and BS EN 50130‑4, Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) and ROHs Directive (2011/65/EU).

Any optional ancillary devices are tested as part of a complete specimen to BS 8524-1, Annex H.

Operation:

In the event of mains power failure, they remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (nominally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire-operational position. At the end of the predetermined time delay, they fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

Movement is commenced upon initiation of power or system failure, and they move to the fire-operational position, in all operating modes, at site-specific adjustable and synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.15 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds are adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

They have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire-operational position under both mains and emergency power. In their retracted or 'stalled' position, all power is removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Any that require multiple overlapping barriers have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down – all down (handshaking).

Using a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting; they have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire-operational position. This ensures that they are always in their required position, and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. In sensitive ceiling aesthetic areas, a unique patented SLAT® ceiling interface can be provided. Any combination of the alarm/ control signal provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions, will activate the system.

Fabric:

The fabric material is tested as part of the complete assembly, as either a single construction or as an overlapped and conjoined construction, and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in accordance with BS EN 1363‑1 and ‑2 as required by BS EN 1634‑1 in accordance with BS 8524‑1.

The fabric material is tested independently to reaction to fire tests in accordance with BS EN ISO 1716 to achieve an A1 classification in accordance with BS EN 13501‑1+A1.

The fabric material is tested independently for formaldehyde concentration in accordance with BS EN ISO 14184‑1:2011 to achieve <16 ppm.

The fabric material is tested independently for asbestos in accordance with DIHM ASB/01, as set out in HSE Guide HSG248, to achieve 'No Asbestos Detected'.

Fabric type is EFP™ A1: a glass fibre, stainless steel wire-reinforced fabric, coated with specially developed fire-retardant polymer 665 g/m² –5% +10%.

Vii Fire i-Zone

Coopers Fire Ltd

The Vii® Fire i-Zone active fire curtain barrier is an active fire curtain barrier assembly that comprises fire-resistant fabric, which is wound on to a steel roller, with 1:600 deflection performance to BS 6323‑5, which is powered by an internal 24 V d.c electric motor. It is enclosed within a 1.2 mm galvanized mild steel box. A bottom bar to suit the deflection performance requirements and the desired ceiling configuration is fitted to the bottom edge of the fabric curtain.

Motors meet all applicable safety standards. They contain the necessary drive mechanisms, a mechanical epicyclical gearbox retarder, automatic overload protection, and both automatic and manual distance travel positioning, linked to an internal 24 V d.c electromagnetic brake with regenerative braking system. When motors are retracted, their internal drive motor isolates from all power, and the barrier is held in position by an internal electromagnetic brake. This ensures that the barriers not drift upward or downward.

Motors are tested for reliability, durability and self-closing to BS 8524-1, Annex E, and tested for operation at temperatures of 400°C as required by BS 8524-1, Annex G.

Operated with fail-safe by gravity, using patented true TOTAL, Total Gravity Fail Safe (TGFS), in accordance with BS 8524-1. They move to their fire-operational position even in the event of open or closed circuit wiring, or total system corruption, with controlled braking system and drive mechanisms. All working parts are enclosed and protected within the steel roller, and are tested as part of the complete assembly for fire resistance.

A range of heavy bottom bar weights ensures positive operation when subjected to pressure. The engineer shall declare to the manufacturer such pressures, or wind loads, in advance to ensure operational conformity.

The barrier assemblies operate with the barrier retained in side channels to resist pressure (as standard 20 Pa) and impact (Double Severe Duty), and remove edge gaps in accordance with BS 8524-1, Annex D.

Primary, secondary and auxiliary power supplies are CE marked in accordance with the Construction Products Regulations (305/2011) when tested to BS EN 12101‑10. Control panels are tested to BS ISO 21927‑9.

All power supplies and control panels are tested in accordance with the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) BS EN 61010‑1, EMC Directive (2004/108/EC) BS EN 12101‑10, BS EN 61000-6-3 and BS EN 50130‑4, Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) and ROHs Directive (2011/65/EU).

Any optional ancillary devices are tested as part of a complete specimen to BS 8524-1, Annex H.

Operation:

In the event of mains power failure, they remain retracted using their own dedicated battery back-up power supply for a pre-determined period (nominally 30 minutes). If signalled to descend during this period, they fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner to their fire-operational position. At the end of the predetermined time delay, they fail-safe by gravity in a controlled manner. This safety feature is essential to avoid dangerous guillotine/ free-fall deployment.

Movement is commenced upon initiation of power or system failure, and they move to the fire-operational position, in all operating modes, at site-specific adjustable and synchronized velocities within the range of 0.06–0.15 m/s using the unique VarioSpeed™ function. Operating speeds are adjustable without altering bottom bar mass. Speeds may be dictated by those authorities having jurisdiction for 'safety in use' according to the location, nature or function of each unit.

They have the facility to deploy to a partial drop position prior to moving to their fire-operational position under both mains and emergency power. In their retracted or 'stalled' position, all power is removed from the motor(s) to prolong motor life. Any that require multiple overlapping barriers have a continuous bottom bar system conjoining the run with mutual operation, i.e. one down – all down (handshaking).

Using a 'soft ascent facility' to ensure no damage to the surrounding ceiling interface when retracting, they have a built-in protection in the event that they are prevented from ascending to their retracted position, or descending to their fire-operational position. This ensures that they are always in their required position, and avoids damage to the barrier assemblies' mechanism and surrounding ceiling finishes. In sensitive ceiling aesthetic areas, a unique patented SLAT® ceiling interface can be provided. Any combination of the alarm/ control signal provided by the electrical subcontractor, and/ or the specified fail-safe functions, will activate the system.

Fabric:

The fabric material is tested as part of the complete assembly, as either a single construction or as an overlapped and conjoined construction, and installed in accordance with the fire resistance test in accordance with BS EN 1363‑1 and ‑2, as required by BS EN 1634‑1 in accordance with BS 8524‑1.

The fabric material is tested as part of the complete assembly for permeability to BS EN 1634-3 with a rate <3 m³/h/m at ambient temperature at 25 Pa in accordance with BS 8524-1, Annex F.

The fabric material is tested independently for fire propagation to BS 476-6+A1 and for surface spread of flame to BS 476-7 to achieve National Class '0', in accordance with A13(b) of Approved Document B (Volumes 1 & 2) 2006 Edition 'Fire safety' to England and Wales Building Regulations 2010.

The fabric material is tested independently for formaldehyde concentration in accordance with BS EN ISO 14184‑1:2011 to achieve <16 ppm.

Fabric type is EFP™ 2/1000/DGI: a glass fibre, stainless steel wire-reinforced fabric, coated with an intumescent graphite silicone elastomer 1900 g/m² –5% +10%.

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