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Alternatives to Elevator Pressurization

Elevator shaft pressurization is often proposed as an alternative to enclosed elevator lobbies. Fire curtains and doors have a stigma of being ugly, cumbersome and intrusive on design aesthetics. However, with today’s materials that is quite the opposite. READ MORE »

UL 10D: The New Standard for Fire Protection

At the beginning of 2014, UL 10D became a new standard for testing fire curtain assemblies. These updated requirements cover the evaluation of protective fire curtain assemblies that provide supplemental, passive fire protection. READ MORE »

Coming Soon: Horizontal Fire Curtains

We are very excited for the latest addition to our product line of smoke and fire rated curtains. The Model 3000 provides a unique functionality in that is a horizontally deploying curtain. READ MORE »

Find Your Finish with Smoke Guard

Smoke Guard offers a variety of finishes to fit the décor and design of pretty much any building. Not only do we offer stainless steel and custom colors, but also supply DI-NOC finishes. READ MORE »

Why do elevators need smoke protection?

Most modern buildings have elevators to aid in the transportation of visitors and tenants to upper floors as well as help disabled persons navigate various floors. While elevators are convenient, they can be quite problematic in the event of an emergency if not secured properly with smoke safety measures. READ MORE »

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