When installed, mechanical and electrical services such as pipes, conduits, ductwork and cables by necessity breach compartment walls and floors. These penetrating services, any resulting gaps around the services and incomplete compartment voids within a building can cause fire and smoke integrity or insulation failure if not fire stopped adequately.

A range of fire stopping systems have been fully tested and are available to provide up to 4 hours integrity. For traffic areas load bearing constructions can be installed to provide specific fire and load performance capacity.

R. Lewis & Co (UK) Ltd work with clients on a range of fire strategy requirements offering versatile fire stopping specification solutions to ensure building compartmentation protection are provided and maintained at site.

During our work and on completion of fire stopping installations we are able to produce records of who installed, which area the work was carried out in, what specified system was used to protect the area and when the work was done. Each installation can be physically identified through this electronic data recording process with detailed drawings and photographic support available. You may also want to consider utilising our company’s contact information label that can be fitted to each fire stop or compartment area on site.

This scheme allows you to deal with future service penetrations and maintenance of existing fire stopping installations, using the contact details provided on the company label.

If you need any assistance or would like to find out more about this service or any additional support available through the company after sales to include training schemes, fire engineering, consultancy, site installations, project risk review and assessment services then please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

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