Delivery: The sessions will be delivered using mainly PowerPoint presentations and group discussion. Photographs and samples are used to emphasize certain aspects of the course. Award: Each candidate will receive a certificate if a successful understanding has been gained. The presentation looks generically at the types of protection and the method of installation for the protection system. The penetration sealing system training module provides an introduction to some of the more common fire stopping materials available and their installation requirements. The module also looks at how the correct installation of the system is important to prevent fire spread from one side of a separating element to the other.
There are techniques that will minimise the effect a fire has on the fabric of a building and these should form an integral part of the design of all new buildings. Specifiers and architects must look at dividing a building into compartments that can be closed to stop the spread of fire — this is known as compartmentation. Confining a fire to its point of origin is the key objective of any fire safety measure.. Compartments with fire-separating elements, on the other hand, can confine a fire to its area of origin so it is essential to maintain integrity where services breach fire resting walls in such areas as Penetration seal systems are available for up to 4 hours integrity and, in some cases, insulation against a cellulosic fire, in accordance with national and European standards.
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System Building Services provide, advise on and install a full range of penetration sealing systems. Penetration sealing systems are vital in maintaining compartmentation and preventing fire and smoke, effective penetration sealing is crucial to the overall performance of the fire protection system and prevents the passage of smoke and fire through gaps around services in walls, floors and partitions whilst further enhancing acoustic performance and air sealing. Gaps are usually found at service penetrations through walls and floors, gaps left for any structural movement or due to substandard workmanship. Fire integrity is lost when the building contains holes, cracks or openings that would allow flames or hot gases to pass through. Such occurrences make the whole fire protection system ineffective unless rectified.