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Koster NB1 - Crystallization active slurry mortar

Delta Membrane Systems Ltd

Features:

  • Mineral coating containing crystallizing and capillary-plugging agents.
  • Excellent resistance to pressure, abrasion and chemicals.
  • Highly effective waterproofing with bituminous building materials.

Usage:

  • Waterproofing against ground moisture, non-pressurized and pressurized water.
  • New building and in the repair for horizontal and vertical waterproofing of concrete, masonry or cementitious plaster in wet rooms, bathrooms, showers, new-built basements, tanks, silos, sewage treatment plants, manholes, drinking water tanks, etc.
  • Application should only be carried out on substrates that are free from moving cracks.

Primer:

- Köster Polysil® TG 500:

Recommended for use on highly and normally absorbent and dusty or salt-damaged substrates.

Mixing:

  • Negative side waterproofing: Mix with water.
  • Positive side waterproofing: Mix with recommended additive.

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.

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.

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 - 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® 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 - 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.

Newton 104 (CW104)

Newton Waterproofing Systems

Newton 104 is applied to the surface of concrete to provide in-depth protection against the movement of moisture through the capillaries and hairline cracks within the concrete. It consists of Portland cement, specially treated quartz sand and a compound of active chemicals. Newton 104 is supplied in powdered form and is either sprinkled onto fresh concrete or is mixed with water as a carrier and brush or spray applied as slurry for application to fully cured or older concrete or vertical surfaces.

The active chemicals within Newton 104 combine with the free lime and moisture present within the capillaries to form insoluble crystalline complexes which effectively block the capillaries and any minor shrinkage cracks to prevent any further movement of moisture to provide a totally dry surface to the concrete.

Large areas can be quickly treated with Newton 104. The speed of application and the low material application rate (1 kg/m²) makes this product a very low cost option for various scenarios.

Because Newton 104 penetrates deep into the concrete, it does not leave a physical membrane to the surface of the concrete element and so is completely unaffected by loadings imposed by further elements of the build. New concrete elements are placed ‘concrete to concrete’ with no potential for slip or separation as is the case with physical membranes. This makes Newton 104 particularly useful as a means of isolating moisture within pile caps, ring beams and kicker joints to internal walls.

Surface preparation is required, as is protection after application - consult manufacturer for details.

Features and benefits:

  • Single component.
  • Ease of application – sprinkled onto new concrete and applied as a simple slurry to vertical and cured concrete.
  • Permeates deep into the concrete to form a barrier against moisture that cannot be damaged or punctured.
  • Loading capabilities only limited by the strength of the concrete.
  • No physical membrane – subsequent concrete placement is ‘concrete to concrete’.
  • Can be applied by airless spray for quicker application.
  • Concrete treated with Newton 104 remains vapour permeable, allowing the structure to breathe.
  • Easy to detail and specify as the concrete surface becomes the membrane.
  • Cost effective alternative to conventional physical membranes.

Application:

Suitable for use on concrete with reinforcement to BS EN 1992 (Eurocode 2) with crack mitigation to 0.3 mm. Typical application is on areas such as pile caps and ring beams, support plinths, and on internal walls.

Application methods:

  • Green concrete: The moisture still resident in the concrete acts as the carrier, allowing the active chemicals to be fully absorbed. Newton 104 can be applied as a powder prior to the initial set of the concrete.
  • Concrete cured past initial set: If the concrete is no longer green and cured beyond the initial set, Newton 104 is mixed with water to create a slurry to allow the absorption into the concrete to take place.

Newton 104 requires controlled curing. Once the Newton 104 begins to cure, moisten with a fine fog spray of water 2–3 times a day for three days. In hot or windy conditions, water spray should be applied more frequently.

ES8000 V-Lock

ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland

The ES8000, also known as the V-lock is a high torque motorized bolt that moves from the vertical position to the horizontal state when locked.

The bolt moves into the V shaped strike plate pulling the door aligned with the lock. The high torque motorized bolt can be concealed from view or surface mounted and has the world's first fail-open motor locking mechanism which eliminates the need and cost of an additional key override function.

Slim design with classic satin stainless steel faceplate, and significant 7 mm overall (+/- 3.5mm) door misalignment tolerance make ES8000 a product with great aesthetic appearance as well as easy installation.

Key features:

  • SIDE LOAD - PRE LOAD Capable Lock will unlock with up to 15 kg of side pressure, when wired in 3 wire mode.
  • Door misalignment of up to +/- 3.5 mm.
  • Power to Lock (Fail Safe) / Power to Open (Fail Secure) field configurable.
  • High torque motorized locking and unlocking (3 wire mode).
  • High speed operation: Unlocks in less than one second.
  • Surface mount accessory kit: Ideal for 180° swing through glass door applications.
  • Multiple orientation – interior doors: Can be mounted vertically or horizontally (for exterior doors where water ingress is likely ES8000 must be mounted horizontally).
  • Successfully fire rated up to four hours on fire door assemblies in accordance with AS1905.1.2005.

Applications:

  • Misaligned doors.
  • Timber doors.
  • Glass doors.
  • Aluminium doors.

Additional information for this product is available from - http://www.trimec.co.uk/en/site/trimec1/Products-2/Electromechanical-Bolts/

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