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Passive Fire Protection SEMINAR. Summary Presented by Alan Oliver Checkmate Fire Solutions Ltd. Specify the right products. Talk to the experts Be clear on what is required Ensure that the correct products are specified. Select the right contractor…. …who is 3 rd party accredited.

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Passive Fire Protection SEMINAR

Summary

Presented by Alan Oliver

Checkmate Fire Solutions Ltd

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Specify the right products

  • Talk to the experts
  • Be clear on what is required
  • Ensure that the correct products arespecified
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Ensure that what is specified is installed

“PU foams tested as linear gap seals cannot be used to seal pipe or cable penetrations unless they have been tested in that end-use application”

Association for Specialist Fire Protection

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Summary

  • Specify the correct products.
  • Select the right contractor.
  • Take responsibility.
  • Plan and co-ordinate the work.
  • Inspect the finished works.
  • Re inspect regularly.
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Checkmate - providing practicalfire & smokecontainment solutions

“doing it the right way, first time around, will always be the most cost-effective course of action”.

(ASFP Red Book)

www.checkmatefire.com

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