Passive Fire Systems
Passive Fire Protection
Gemini AMPM has an expert team of qualified and accredited engineers able to advise and provide a full suite of passive fire protection measures
Compartmentation and Fire Stopping
Fire compartmentation is a building design strategy that divides a building into different compartments, or fire-resistant enclosures, that are designed to contain a fire and limit its spread. This is done by using fire-resistant walls and doors, as well as smoke-resistant walls and ceilings. Fire compartmentation is used in all types of buildings, from homes to high-rises, and is a key component in fire safety plans.
Fire stopping is the process of using materials such as fire-rated boards, sealants, and caulks to prevent the spread of fire, smoke, and toxic gases through a building. Fire stopping is used in walls and floors to create fire-resistant barriers between rooms and floors, and between buildings. Fire stopping is also used around pipes, cables, and other penetrations that pass through fire-rated walls and floors.
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As specialist installers, protecting people from risk sits at the very heart of what we do. We understand that great installations need great maintenance to remain at optimal performance, therefore, we help businesses to maximise the performance and longevity of all life safety systems and installations. Contact us now.