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Flexible Fire and Smoke Protection

Smoke Guard provides innovative and aesthetically appealing fire and smoke protection systems to fit any purpose and any opening in your building

Our complete range of curtain systems is flexible - both physically and in application. Our protective systems can cover any opening, from small dimension dumbwaiters and pass-through counters to expansive atrium spaces and proscenium curtains for theater stage spaces.

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Applying Fire Protection Elements Into Aircraft Hangar Designs

Aircraft hangars are some of the most challenging structures to design when it comes to fire safety. They’re large, open structures that house aircraft and large equipment: a combination that...
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Manufacturing Plants: Smoke Protection and Removal

The combination of expansive space, machinery and potential hazardous or flammable substances makes fire safety a challenge for warehouses and manufacturing plants. Smoke control and removal should be key factors...
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How Architects Can Design With Confidence: An Overview of Materials Testing

When you choose the materials you’ll use in a building design, you need to know that they have what it takes do their job: structural integrity, resilience, energy efficiency, etc...
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Effective Fire Protection for Libraries and Museums

Libraries and museums can pose a challenge when it comes to fire protection. These types of buildings are potentially high occupancy buildings, so employee and visitor safety is crucial. Libraries...
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Cost-Effective Design: Strategies for the Future

When contracting for the design of commercial buildings, clients often stress they want designs that are “cost-effective.” But what are they really asking for? The Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG)...
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