Fire doors are an integral part of a building’s passive fireproofing plan. They’re used for fire compartmentation – a process that places physical barriers in strategic areas around a building, in order to slow the spread of flames and smoke in the event of a fire. In this post, we explain what they’re made out of, how much protection they offer, and when they’re required by law.
Date: Wednesday 9 March
Time: 1700 – 1800
Price: £12 plus VAT (£14.40) or £130 plus VAT (£156) for the webicard which entitles you to attend the entire programme from September to June at no additional cost (the webinars from September will be provided as recordings.
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