Passive Fire Protection Hull

Here at Flux Fire Protection we can provide passive fire protection for any requirements on projects located in and around Hull, whether that be on live construction projects once the drylining and first-fix mechanical and electrical installations are complete, or on existing properties undergoing maintenance and improvement works. We work with our clients to ensure that their properties meet all current UK Building Regulations, ensuring that fire compartmentation within the property is maintained and that the fire strategy is not compromised through the likes of service penetrations and the like. With our head offices based in close locality to the M62 corridor, we are ideally positioned to carry out works in Hull, utilising our in-house team of highly trained and experienced staff, locally based in Yorkshire, we ensure that our clients receive a premium service each and every time. Supported with third party independent accreditation from International Fire Consultants (IFC), as advised by the current UK Building Regulations, we demonstrate and provide to our clients a fully integrated, recorded and audited process throughout the construction process, from the initial project enquiry, through to our site surveys, all the way to completion of the works and handover. With a foundation supported with years of close working relationships with some of the industries key material suppliers such as Hilti, Rockwool and Polyseam, we provide our clients in Hull a range of choices to meet their specifications and requirements as required.

Firestopping Services Hull

To further enforce our commitment to full compliance and implementation of industry best practice techniques, we have invested in industry leading quality assurance software Bolster Systems.

This allows us to completely integrate our quality control procedures throughout our entire operation. Each of our projects are imported onto the Bolster system from the initial site surveys along with the fire compartmentation drawings for each floor. Once works have commenced on site each seal is geo-tagged on the drawings, provided an individual seal ID and labelled in situ. These individual unique reference numbers can be identified on the Bolster system which records pre-installation photos, post installation photos and records the seal fire integrity rating.

Appointing Flux Fire on your project, we provide our clients with access to their own unique online portal for their project that acts as a a one-stop location for all of your compliance requirements. The portal contains live as-built drawings, O&M manuals and fire test data for all our installed products, making Building Control sign off’s for the work a simple and easy process for everyone involved.

Contact us now for a quotation or a chat about your project in Hull.

A bit about Hull

Hull is a port city in the United Kingdom. It is the most northerly city in England and is located in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The City of Hull was founded by the Viking invader Guthrum in 879 AD and has a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages. The city’s economy is based on its maritime heritage and its location at the junction of two major freight routes – the Humber estuary and the M62 motorway. Hull also has a large fishing industry. The city’s attractions include its historic Old Town and its many museums, theatres and art galleries. Hull is also home to two universities – Hull University and Bishop Burton College. The city has a population of around 250,000 people. Hull is twinned with the French city of Lorient and the Belgian city of Ghent. It also has a friendship agreement with the Japanese city of Sakai. Hull is also home to the English Premier League football team Hull City AFC.