Installing, assessing & improving Passive Fire Protection standards using renowned, cutting-edge products & expert knowledge.

Passive fire protection includes compartmenting of the overall building through the use of fire-resistance rated walls and floors. Organisation into smaller fire compartments, consisting of one or more rooms or floors, preventing or slowing the spread of fire from the room of fire origin to other building spaces, limiting building damage and providing more time to the building occupants for emergency evacuation or to reach an area of refuge.







The key to passive fire protection is to contain the fire to a particular compartment or room, giving occupants enough time to escape and the emergency services enough time to enter the building and tackle the fire. Fire doors are an integral part of this, designed to prevent the fire or smoke from spreading.