Over one hundred tons of fire protection coating has gone into the steel girders of Tehran Iran Mall to this date.
Fire protective coatings in the world’s largest shopping mall

The building works for Tehran’s largest retail and leisure complex, the “Iran Mall” located in…

The Royal Albert Hall, London, UK.
Ensuring fire system effectiveness in historic sites

The threat and consequences of fire in any building are serious, but historic structures pose…

Another case study at a furniture retail warehouse in Slovakia showed that the Kingspan Insurer Certified PIR insulated panel cores did not propagate fire to areas remote from the flame impingement and allowed no spread of fire into the store.
From test to reality

Modern cladding approaches bring together a seemingly ever-increasing diversity of materials and components including fixings,…

Extended Coverage sprinkler with elongated water deflector specially designed for corridors.
Cheaper systems using extended coverage sprinklers

Extended Coverage sprinkler technology dates back to the 1970’s and one of the most common…

Storage, or suppression, automatic sprinklers are sprinklers that have been categorized as acceptable for protecting storage type occupancies and any other occupancy hazards characterized by high heat-release rate fires. These tend to be sprinklers that discharge large quantities of water in order to have a significant impact on the fire.
Most losses are preventable – the role of automatic sprinkler systems

When it comes to comprehensive fire protection, certified automatic fire sprinkler systems offer proven valuable,…

Access to the Remote Portal is also possible via mobile devices.
The future of fire alarm systems maintenance, delivered via the cloud

Regular maintenance of fire alarm systems and timely response to malfunctions are part of every…

Fire is the second leading cause of accidents in wind turbines.
The importance of fire suppression in wind turbines

Wind power is an exciting emerging sector that needs those of us involved in fire safety to get on board. As electricity generation becomes more reliant on renewable energy, wind power is becoming increasingly important in the energy mix. As our reliance on wind turbines grows, keeping them fully operational and at reduced levels of risk is becoming more important, and as a result, so is safety management. There are over 340,000 wind turbines around the world; yet the vast majority of turbines have no fire suppression system installed.

Derrick Sawyer as a member of the PFD Recruitment unit.
From fighting fires to fighting for sprinklers

Derrick Sawyer learned the value of fire sprinklers in the most tragic way possible. He…

A strategically placed actuator activates the paddle on an exit latch to determine durability of the latching mechanism.
Product compliance – Emergency exits, panic hardware and UL 305

The origins of the panic hardware device are directly tied to an event which occurred…

Several Pi Foam pressure vessels protecting a ring-walled gasoline tank in the background at an Oiltanking facility in Central Europe.
A new approach to extinguishing fires on combustible-liquid storage tanks

One of the trickiest challenges a fire fighter will ever face is a full-surface blaze…

Modern design presents fire engineering challenges.
Raising standards in steel structures

As new modern building design for steel structures emerges with the use of new materials…

Occupant safety must be the foremost concern in the design of any building.
Testing times

Ever since the appalling loss of life in the Grenfell Tower disaster, the UK construction…

Floor-to-ceiling glazing used throughout offer rooms filled with natural light and fire protection.
Fire-protective glass: An overview

Fire safety is, understandably, a primary concern for designers of today’s built environment, and glazing…

Flame detection has been extensively used for over 50 years to address the need for quick detection.
The next generation of flame detectors

There are many industries, processes and applications that have a need to protect and save life and property. To that end, they need detection systems and detectors that will be highly immune to false alarms and of the highest performance and reliability.

As a result, flame detectors were developed to detect fire at all times and in all weather conditions and yet be highly immune to false alarms.

In recent years, communication, video image processing and data storage power technology have developed rapidly and so are readily available and easy to implement. They will contribute to the next generation of Flame and Gas detection systems and products.

Pyroplex® Passive Fire Protection Products.
Why passive fire protection is key to the construction plan

With continued growth of high-rise and commercial construction across the globe, understanding the role that…

Custom Fire Rover protection of industrial equipment and hazards.
Is there a fire epidemic facing the waste and recycling industry?

With the risks of inherent fire only increasing, we need to develop and install solutions…

EvacPro+ provides ‘lots of handles for lots of people’.
Plus size evacuation – What is the solution?

One of the consequences of modern living with its obtundents of high energy foods and…

Stahl’s water-based flame retardants for fire safety in workspace

Obviously, flame retardants can and do play an important role in fire safety. They are added…

W.M. Keck Observatory on Mauna kea: The two most powerful telescopes in the world protected by FM-200.
Halocarbons in fire suppression

This paper reviews the numerous applications and installations in which the halocarbon-based clean fire suppression…

A wood pallet (left) sits next to a “nestable” plastic pallet. Idle nestable pallets can be stacked on top of one another to save space.
Cellulose or plastic? It’s not just about shopping bags

The vast product arrays that move through modern storage warehouses provide a constant challenge to…

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