Passive Fire Protection Huddersfield
For passive fire stopping solutions in Huddersfield and the wider Yorkshire area, Flux Fire Protection are the industry leading contractors in the field. With all our engineers supported with third party independent accreditation from International Fire Consultants (IFC), we can carry out initial fire assessments to assess the compartmentation currently being achieved in your building, whether that be an existing property or a live construction project.
Located in Cleckheaton just off J26, Flux Fire Protection are in the ideal location to provide fire stopping services in Huddersfield.
Firestopping Huddersfield services include:
We have invested in industry leading Bolster Systems to record the initial
fire compartmentation surveys on live-feed drawings that we can give our clients access to via our online portal. From there, we can propose bespoke passive fire protection systems to suit the projects requirements, generating a free quotation. Should this quotation be accepted, the live-feed drawings are updated on each seal installed on the works with before and after photos, integrated O&M manuals for each seal that detail product test data, installation instructions and the like, that then become our as-built drawings at Practical Completion of the works.
Contact us now for a quotation or a chat about your project in Huddersfield.
Fire Risk Assessments Huddersfield
With experienced and qualified assessors, Flux Fire Protection are ideally situated to be your first choice when it comes to fire risk assessments in Huddersfield. A fire risk assessment is a process of identifying potential fire hazards in a building or area, evaluating the likelihood of a fire occurring, and determining the measures necessary to prevent or mitigate the risk of a fire. The purpose of a fire risk assessment is to ensure that appropriate fire safety measures are in place to protect people, property, and the environment.
Following your fire risk assessment, you will be provided with a bespoke report outlining all of the findings from the assessment and any necessary actions required to bring your building to a compliant standard.
Fire Compartmentation Surveys Huddersfield
If your property has recently had a fire risk assessment carried out, one of the necessary actions may be to obtain a fire compartmentation survey. The primary purpose of a fire compartmentation survey is to evaluate a building’s fire safety measures and ensure that any fire that breaks out can be contained in the area where it originated, preventing the spread of fire and smoke to other parts of the building.
The survey involves a visual inspection of the building’s fire-resistant barriers, including an assessment of the building’s fire stopping measures, such as seals around pipes and cables that pass through walls or floors.
The survey can identify areas where the building’s fire safety measures are not sufficient or have been compromised due to damage, modifications, or other factors. This information can then be used to develop a plan to ad
dress any issues and improve the building’s overall fire safety.
Contact Flux Fire Protection on 0330 175 9109 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Fire Cavity Barriers Huddersfield
At Flux Fire Protection, we specialise in the installation of cavity fire barriers in Huddersfield, providing an essential component of fire protection systems to keep your property safe from the threat of fire. Our experienced team of professionals uses only the highest quality products and advanced technology to ensure that your property is safeguarded against the risk of fire.
A cavity fire barrier or fire curtain is critical in preventing the spread of fire through concealed spaces in walls and floors. Our installation services use the latest products, such as FIREFLY fire barriers, which are designed to fit a variety of applications, including steel-framed walls, masonry walls, floors, and ceilings.
Huddersfield is a large town in the north of England, in the county of West Yorkshire. It’s located about halfway between Leeds and Manchester and has a population of around 163,000.
The town was founded in the 12th century and grew rapidly during the Industrial Revolution thanks to its location on the banks of the River Holme. Today, Huddersfield is a major centre for manufacturing and engineering and is home to some of the UK’s largest companies, including Agfa Graphics, British Gas, and Yorkshire Water.
The town’s main attraction is its stunning Victorian architecture. Huddersfield is home to some of the most beautiful churches and public buildings in England and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.