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Passive Fire Protection with Fire Partitions

Controlling smoke and fire can be quite tricky when it comes to large buildings with open atriums. However, in order to allow time for occupants to evacuate safely in the event of an emergency, a smoke management system must be implemented. READ MORE »

Fire Barrier vs. Fire Partition

The term barrier and partition are frequently thrown around to describe passive smoke and fire management systems. However, when it comes to building codes, the IBC is actually quite particular READ MORE »

The Advantages of Deployable Fire Partitions

Flexible fire and smoke partitions provide many advantages over a stand-alone, complex, smoke exhaust system. Not only do deployable fire partitions provide effective protection around elevators as well as integrated into an atrium design, but they do so at reduced costs. READ MORE »

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 »

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