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Navigating Building Codes: Corridor Continuity

When it comes to determining the fire safety requirements for your building, the International Building Codes can be confusing. Luckily, the experienced team at Smoke Guard is here to help! Take a look at the graphic below to see just how many facets of the IBC you will have to consider. READ MORE »

Fire Protection in Aircraft Hangars: Part 3

When constructing a new aircraft hangar, a builder may be interested to know what options they have when it comes to being categorized into a protection level. In some cases, there may be compromises that can be made that provide substantial cost savings. READ MORE »

Fire Protection in Aircraft Hangars: Part 2

Did you know that the presence of jet fuel in an aircraft hangar can greatly alter the level of fire safety required by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)? By allowing only unfueled aircraft in the hangar, you can greatly reduce the code requirements to a simple sprinkler system. However, since fueled aircraft are the norm, most owners and builders don’t find this as an option. READ MORE »

Fire Protection in Aircraft Hangars

When it comes to fire safety, aircraft hangars pose an interesting challenge. Not only are they large, open areas, but the contents are usually highly flammable considering the chemical and jet fuel stored inside. READ MORE »

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