OTEGO, the world leader in coated and laminated technical textiles, has announced the launch of Fireguard, a next-generation protective cover designed to shield works of art, valuables and antiquities against the effects of intense heat, soot, smoke and water.

Image courtesy of OTEGO.

Ken Bullock, Raman Chagger, John Clampett, Peter Geale, Ruediger Kopp, Anthony Kuiper, David Munroe, Frank Preiss, Dr Eliot Sizeland

It seems hard to believe that another year has passed and what a year it has been for us all. The challenges of COVID-19 appear to be largely behind us and we have enjoyed a return to the trade shows and face to face meetings. Here’s to 2023 and the full ‘return to normal’ as more of the world becomes accessible again.

The readership of International Fire Protection continues to grow issue by issue, and the feedback we receive from both our readership and advertisers is amazing. Thank you all for your continued support and encouragement!

This latest issue boasts educational and informative articles from the industry’s best and most renowned authors.

We are delighted that the IFP Comment has been written by John Clampett who shares his feature ‘Inherent responsibility’ which looks at the global cladding issue as well as the need for the construction industry to look at the way it operates.

This nicely leads the way for a further fourteen feature articles, company, and product profiles, case studies and news from across the globe.

Check out Ruediger Kopp’s article titled ‘Fire protection for parking areas for electric vehicles’, Peter Geale asks us ‘Is digital transformation a key to unlocking fire safety?’ and Dr Eliot Sizeland presents ‘Optical flame detection and field of view’.

Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season from the whole of the team here at MDM Publishing and we are looking forward to catching up with you at a trade show in 2023.

If you are attending Intersec in January, drop by the Gulf Fire stand and say hello to the MDM Team, you’ll be guaranteed a warm welcome.

Happy reading and please continue to provide us with your comments and suggestions for new features.

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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