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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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Strategies for a Safer, Healthier Office Space

Your office design should be about more than increasing productivity. Office building owners and architects should also prioritize fire safety as they approach design and renovation. However, office buildings present...
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Increased Airport Fire Safety With Fire & Smoke Curtains

Source Airports are home to more than just planes. They house restaurants, boutiques, newsstands, coffee shops and more. Not to mention, they temporarily house thousands of people as they wait...
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Fire Compartmentation for Commercial Buildings

A vital element of fire safety in commercial buildings of all types, whether a warehouse or an office complex, is fire compartmentation. Fire compartmentation is the practice of dividing large...
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How to Avoid the Top 5 Causes of Commercial Building Fires

Commercial building fires put all types of businesses at risk, from manufacturing plants to offices. Statistics gathered by the U.S. Fire Administration estimates that 96,800 non-residential fires occurred over nine...
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Is It a False Alarm Or a Fatal One?

Did you know that over 36% of survivors of a high-rise residential fire in Ontario, Canada, which killed 6 people, said they didn't leave the building right away because they...
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