International Fire Protection – Issue 86 – June 2021

Example A of atrium protection to EN14972 part 10. Image courtesy of VID Fire-Kill.
European standard for watermist systems finally published

The long-awaited European watermist standard EN 14972-1 was published on 23 December 2020. Fire consultants,…

Many modern buildings use steel as their core component and intumescent coatings are vital to protect the steel from the effect of fire.
Protecting steel to protect people

Protection against fire is a key consideration in building design and construction, and much research…

Within the built environment, an expert witness serves as an objective party in a lawsuit, explaining complicated scientific issues and/or evaluating potential problems, defects, deficiencies, or errors.
The role of an expert witness

The consequences of fire can impact on a project or within the wider built environment…

Hochiki’s L@titude system takes control at Firestone Entertainment Hub

Entertainment establishments, such as shopping malls and multiplexes, are popular attractions due to their ability…

The innovative E-Bulb, the ‘smallest fire extinguisher in the world’ detects and suppresses starting fires directly at the point of origin.
The world’s smallest fire extinguisher helps mitigate fire risks

An innovative and device-integrated fire-protection concept allows reducing the inherent fire risks that come with…

International Fire Protection is the only international journal dedicated to fire safety, prevention and protection covering every aspect of the passive and active fire protection market. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focusing on the latest technology and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the world. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make IFP the first choice read for fire safety professionals.

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