Due to the many requirements of smoke control in building designs, this has required the fire smoke dampers to perform different functions which has led us to develop our range into three sections.
Fire Dampers, Smoke Dampers & High-Temperature Dampers
Our smoke dampers are used to manage smoke only, whilst our fire smoke dampers also manage fire and are designed to close when the temperature reaches 74°c. The High-temperature damper operates continuously at 300°c for up to 2 hours.
All our fire dampers and smoke dampers are designed for application in ventilation and air conditioning systems where the air way is normally clean and the temperature and humidity are controlled. They have been independently tested and witnessed by the Building Research Establishment (BRE).
For more friendly and professional advice on fire dampers or smoke dampers, please get in touch via our contact us page or give us a call on 01842 765657.
2530 Electrical Release Fire Smoke Damper
The model 2530 is designed to close and stay closed in a fire situation creating a 4 hour fire rated barrier to stop the spread of fire, smoke and toxic fumes.
2540 Hand Control Fire Smoke Damper
The 2540 has been designed to offer the most flexibility from a reset-able basic fire damper to a full fire smoke damper with actuator.
2550 Mechanical Release Fire Smoke Dampers
The model 2550 is designed to close and stay closed in a fire situation creating a 4 hour fire rated barrier to stop the spread of fire, smoke and toxic fumes.
2590 300 deg C for 120 Mins High Temperature Smoke Dampers
The 2590 smoke damper has been designed to operate at 300°C for 2 hours to allow the extraction of smoke and toxic fumes during fire conditions.
2590 300 deg C for 60 Mins High Temperature Smoke Dampers
The 2590 has been designed to operate at 300°C for 1 hour to allow the extraction of smoke and toxic fumes during fire conditions.
0800 Series Access Door
Access Doors The standard duct access door sizes have been selected after careful study of the needs of site engineering and personnel. Each door allow a different degree of access, enabling the most appropriate unit to be specified