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Fire & Smoke Curtains

Install Of Fire & Smoke Curtains

Fire and smoke curtains are devices that are installed in buildings to prevent the spread of fire and smoke. They are typically installed in areas where there are openings in the walls or ceilings, such as Openings or elevator shafts. The curtains are made of fire-resistant material and are designed to automatically deploy in the event of a fire, sealing off the opening and preventing the spread of fire and smoke. They can be installed as part of a building's fire protection system and are typically connected to a building's fire alarm system. The installation process typically involves installing then connecting it to the building's electrical and fire alarm systems, and testing to ensure that it deploys properly in the event of a fire.

Certification of Curtians

Fire and smoke curtains must be tested and certified to ensure that they meet safety and performance standards. The certification process typically involves testing the curtains to ensure that they can withstand fire and smoke for a specific period of time, and that they deploy properly in the event of a fire.


We are able to apply extensive passive fire industry knowledge and technical experience to assist you compile your Curtin's on a Passive Fire Register. From  providing full certification to AS 4072.1. Full building audit of the fire compartments to identify the penetrations through fire walls and floors is conducted to compile the register.


This register should then be reviewed annually in accordance with AS1851-2012, to ensure no penetration seals have been disturbed or removed. This involves attending to each penetration seal and comparing the photograph of the installation against the penetration now. Then developing a list of failures and quotations to rectify, and bring these penetration seals back to compliance, is sent through for approval.

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