Passive Fire Protection
Passive fire protection is built into the fabric of a building, in the form of walls, floors, ceilings, beams, columns, screens, doors and shutters. It performs four essential life safety functions within the built environment.
Stability to a building, so that in the event of a fire it will remain stable for a reasonable period (to facilitate means of escape)
Resistance to the spread of fire between buildings (to protect occupants in an adjacent building)
Sub division of a building in order to limit the size of a compartment fire (to facilitate means of escape)
Resistance to the unseen spread of fire and smoke within concealed spaces within the building (to facilitate means of escape)
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