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PFP in buildings

Passive Fire Protection (PFP) in buildings

Passive Fire Protection in a building can be described as a group of systems within systems. An installed fire collar, for instance, is a system that is based upon a certification listing. It forms part of a fire-resistance rated wall or floor, and this wall or floor forms part of a fire compartment which forms an integral part of the overall fire safety plan of the building. The building itself, as a whole, can also be seen as a system.

PFP Examples

  • Fire-resistance rated walls
  • Firewalls
  • Fire-resistant glass
  • Fire-resistance rated floors
  • Closures (fire dampers)
  • Firestops (fire collars, pillows, seals)
  • Cable coating
  • Spray fireproofing
  • Fireproofing cladding
  • Enclosures (power boxes)

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