Passive Fire Protection

Passive Fire Protection is the use of fire-resistance rated materials in walls and floors to prevent or slow the spread of fire.

The aim for Fire Protection systems is typically demonstrated in fire testing the ability to maintain the item or the side to be protected at or below either 140 °C (for walls, floors and electrical circuits required to have a fire-resistance rating) which is considered the critical temperature for structural steel, above which it is in jeopardy of losing its strength, leading to collapse.

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Passive Fire Protection

Passive Fire Protection