Tom Bradley International Terminal • Los Angeles, CA
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Smoke Guard Systems provides fire and smoke protection for the following institutions:

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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Using Smoke Curtains in High-Rise Buildings

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), high-rise buildings are more likely to have sprinklers and fire alarm equipment than other buildings. But even these fire and smoke safety...
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7 Workplace Health and Safety Trends That Will Make a Big Impact in 2020

Workplaces are changing. As more Boomers retire, millennials move up the ranks and members of Gen Z begin to enter the workforce, the way that companies are structured and do...
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5 Best Practices for Optimizing Your Website

If you’re managing a company website or completely revamping your current site, you know that optimization takes some preparation and thought. When you’re a building materials distributor, there are several...
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Fire and Smoke Control in High-Rise Apartment Complexes

Source According to the U.S. Fire Administration, between 2013 to 2015 an estimated 109,700 multifamily residential building fires were reported to fire departments within the United States each year. These...
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6 Common Places Fires in Buildings Begin

Office space fires can be catastrophic. Even if they occur when no occupants are in the building, a fire can cause significant damage to equipment, workspaces and the building’s structure...
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