Features

  • No side guides required to be affixed to the wall
  • Protect areas up to 30 metres wide
  • To be used in conjunction with a smoke extraction system
  • Unobtrusive, lightweight and easy to install
  • Excellent solution to protect large expanses where no side guides can be fitted

More details

Fire officers and building controls accept smoke curtains without the side guides; however the Smokesafe system is usually used in conjunction with a smoke extraction system. Smoke Curtains are automatically deployed and create a barrier against the spread of smoke and heat when a fire is detected.

Smoke Curtains are mainly utilised to create a barrier to limit and control smoke fumes spread either by creating a smoke compartment, or channelling the smoke through smoke extraction or ventilation systems.

Smokesafe curtains are the perfect solution when installed in commercial properties, such as shopping centres and airports, where a large expanse needs protecting without the need for supporting posts.

Offices, educational institutions and open atriums in hotels and leisure centres are where the Smokesafe system can also be suitably utilised.

The smoke curtains are installed without side guides as they are designed to allow a restricted amount of smoke to seep around the edges; there is the option for the smoke curtains to drop partially or fully to the floor.

Large openings up to 30 metres wide can be protected by overlapping a series of curtains and a steel rod at the bottom of the curtains keeps them in place.

Certification

  • EN12101-1:2006
  • EN12101-1:2005 & A1:2006
  • BS 476 Part 22
  • BS 8434-2
  • BSEN 949:2000
  • BSEN 1363-1:2000
  • BSEN1636-1:1999
  • BSEN 1363-2
  • ISO 9001:2000
  • Classified as D120

Optional Extras

Override Switches

The Override Switch rolls the curtain back up, allowing people to escape. Once the switch has been released the curtain…

Audio Visual Alarms

Flashing lights and sirens are connected to the control panel and provide a warning when the curtain is about to…

Delayed Drop Systems

This means the curtain can drop in stages, providing a temporary means of escape and gradual smoke containment.