Fire Stopping of Service Penetrations - Best Practice in Design and Installation

This free to download guide will assist in the design, specification and installation of building services penetrations to ensure fire compartmentation is maintained. Including a foreword by Dame Judith Hackitt, this important publication was developed jointly by BESA, ASFP, BSRIA, FIS and GPDA in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy.

Published: September 2020
Pages: 72
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Since the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in the summer of 2017, fire safety has become a major industry focus. Service penetrations in fire-separating elements are in part a minor element of a compartment wall or floor, yet in truth they are one of the most important elements when it comes to ensuring the performance of any compartment wall or floor is maintained.

This guide has been published and supported by the industry so that it is freely available, with the aim of ensuring the spread of fire due to inappropriate or poorly installed services penetrations can be eliminated.

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