Passive Fire Protection Nottingham

With key clients located in and around the region, Flux Fire Protection are the go-to fire stopping contractor in Nottingham. Whether you are carrying out construction works on a new build or refurbishment project, or maintaining and upgrading an existing property, we can work with yourselves to ensure that your fire strategy and building compartmentation is not compromised from service voids and the like.

Ideally brought into the project once the drylining and first-fix mechanical and electrical installations are complete, we can then follow the M&E trades to seal any penetrations, seal voids between walls and structural slabs, and seal any exposure to the structural elements of the building. This ensures that your project meets all current UK Building Regulations, ensuring that fire compartmentation within the property is maintained and that the fire strategy is not compromised.

Utilising our in-house team of highly trained and experienced staff, we ensure that our clients in Nottingham receive a premium service each and every time.

As required by current UK Building Regulations, we hold third party accreditation for our services, from International Fire Consultants (IFC). This demonstrates to the industry that we maintain a fully integrated, recorded and audited process throughout the full process, from the initial project enquiry, through to our site surveys, all the way to completion of the works and Building Control sign-off.

Firestopping Nottingham City
Compliant service penetration sealed with passive fire protection services

Fire stopping Nottingham

Fire stopping Nottingham Services:

  • Internal Fire Stopping - Penetration seals, cavity fire barriers, linear gap seals
  • Drylining and beam encasement: The use of specialist fire-rated boards to improve the fire safety of your project
  • Fire Compartmentation Surveys: Conducting Fire Compartmentation Surveys in Nottingham to review current firestopping measures and highlight breaches in compartmentation requiring action.
  • Intumescent Coatings: Applying intumescent paint to structural steel to increase fire protection
  • Fire Door Surveys and Rectification

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 Nottingham a range of choices to meet their specifications and requirements.

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. 

Appointing Flux Fire on your firestopping project in Nottingham, 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 our fire stopping services in Nottingham.

A bit about Nottingham

Nottingham is a city in the East Midlands of England. It is located about 130 miles north of London and has a population of over 300,000. Nottingham was an important centre of the lace-making industry in the 18th century. Today, it is known for its universities, museums, and theatres. The city is also home to two football clubs, Nottingham Forest and Notts County. Nottingham has several universities, including the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University. The University of Nottingham was founded in 1881 and is one of the largest universities in the UK with over 36,000 students. Nottingham Trent University was founded in 1992 and has nearly 20,000 students. The city is home to several museums, including the National Museum of Nottingham, the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, and the D. H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum. The National Museum of Nottingham is one of the largest museums in the East Midlands and specializes in local history and culture. The Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve is home to the largest surviving ancient oak forest in England. The D. H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is dedicated to the life and work of author D. H. Lawrence, who was born in Nottingham in 1885.