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We are delighted to have Wilf Butcher, CEO of the Association for Specialist Fire Protection, writing the IFP Comment – titled ‘A passive revolution?’ Wilf looks at how, within the passive fire protection sector, there is a thirst for knowledge and a recognition that competency of installation is essential.
This issue features special Show Previews for the NFPA Conference and Expo in Las Vegas and Firex International in London. Both previews provide in depth overviews of the show as well as highlighting many of the companies taking part in the event.
This is a massive 104 page issue packed full of in-depth and interesting editorial, from the latest industry news and product announcements as well as technical fire safety feature articles, this issue will not disappoint.
Markus Spani looks at heritage buildings with his article, ‘Protecting our history from fire, by learning from the past’; Adneido Souza gives an insight into aircraft fire protection with his article ‘Fire extinguishing and detection systems in general aviation’ and Rob Neale discuses active fire protection in his article ‘Boundary Protection.’
With a further fourteen fantastic articles, the NFPA Vision as well as five profiles and six pages of news you can look forward to a magazine designed teach, inform and entertain.
We hope you enjoy this issue.
Facade systems: do the simplest routes to compliance lead to
the safest solutions?
Image courtesy of Kingspan Insulation.
Richard Allen, Kerry M. Bell, Donald P. Bliss, Magnus Bobert, Wilf Butcher, Thomas W. Eagar, Alan Elder, Donald Galler, Bryan Haslam, Mark Lund, Michael MeLampy, Warren Moyle, Rob Neale, Wei-Kiang Ng, Adrian Pargeter, Marco Pradera, Adneido Souza, Markus Späni, Mike Ward, Duncan
J. White, Peter J. Wynnyczuk, Jifeng Yuan.