UK Wide Fire Immunity
Areas We Cover
With Fire Immunity, you can build fire resistance for your home or business from fire in a variety of different ways, most of them passive, across the United Kingdom. In some industries, fires can pose a higher elevated risk if they are not properly addressed or prepared. Fire Immunity has worked with schools, hotels, prisons, hospitals and many more business premises to ensure fire protection for your business.
Based in Bristol, our business covers the whole of the UK to ensure that all businesses and properties have access to our expert team with our core values (perfection, integrity, customer care and passion) central to every project we undertake. We hold IFC certification and SMAS accreditation at Fire Immunity, ensuring that all our installations comply with industry standards. Email us at email@example.com or call on 07399488039 or 01174622679 for more information.
North-West Fire Safety
Passive fire protection including fire doors and cavity barriers has become pivotal to many businesses across the northwest in recent years. With over 125,000 emergency fire calls in the last year from the region, fire protection products are of increased importance in both old and new buildings. Whichever of the 5 regions of the northwest your business is based in, fire safety must meet British standards and fixings must improve safety in the event of a fire.
Many high-rise office buildings in city centers install penetration sealing in compartment walls to prevent fire from spreading among floors and rooms within the building. With a number of recent fires in the local authority, risk assessments will have been looked over again and our products and fire protection services can help ensure your employees or residents are protected all year around. No matter where you are located in Cheshire, Cumbria, or Merseyside, all of our work follows SMAS specifications to ensure health and safety compliance.
Keeping customer relations at Fire Immunity is our priority through a quality-driven approach and ‘right first-time’ ethos. With a bright, talented team, all with a passion for fire safety in the built environment, your business can be assured of the highest quality service provision through extensive knowledge and expertise. Talk to us about your passive fire concerns and we will be sure to assist in making your buildings safer.
North-East Structural Steel Protection
With a population of over 2.5 million, the North-East region of the UK has the highest value of goods exports relative to the size of its economy with shipbuilding and coal mining the main production industries in the area. With these high-risk industries and combustible materials in the local area, protecting your business and home from the spread of fire near these sites is increasingly important for every business owner and fire officer.
Building regulations in the North-East, as well as in the rest of the UK, ensure that buildings are safe for people inside and around them. Fire Immunity has worked with a large portfolio of previous projects installing steel protective barriers that suits projects with a higher budget as well as cost-effective cavity fire barriers that can reduce the movement of smoke and flames within a space.
Despite Teesside’s reliance on steel industries, which are a major part of the Northeast of England Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC), a fire in a steel-framed commercial building could result in fatalities. Fire Immunity’s Structural Steel Protection includes fire protective boards, paints and sprays, each with its own benefits for fire stopping. We also offer Intumescent Paints Intumescent Sprays for high-rise buildings or flats with an inner steel frame across the northeast.
South West Fire Amendments
Geographically the largest of the nine regions of England, the South-West is known predominately for its maritime influence and dairy farming. Despite the industries in the area, local fires still occur within the cladding of buildings and fire precautions need to be maintained.
No matter the building type, whether a dairy or one of the 2500 schools in the area, intumescent coatings applied by Fire Immunity can provide insulation to a load-bearing structure as well as fire-protecting any steelwork. This addition to a building can add up to 120 minutes of fire resistance in a building with vulnerable individuals.
With the region lying on numerous of the main railway lines to London and Wales, Fire Immunity can also make any amendments to your building to reduce the fire risk such as escape routes and pipe wraps on pre-existing structures. With a number of fires breaking out each year on railway tracks, alarm systems may not always be enough to save lives. When installed correctly, fire barriers limit the movement of fire within a building by closing concealed spaces.
South East & London Cladding Fire Safety
Located close to London and connected to several national motorways, South East England has become one of the UK’s most prosperous economic hubs. Including cavity fire barriers and compounds can help reduce the risk of a fire spreading rapidly across a residential or commercial building in the future.
A cavity fire barrier is anything other than a smoke curtain that encloses a concealed space, such as a cavity wall or void in the ceiling, preventing smoke/flame penetration and restricting smoke/flame movement. On the other hand, the compound installation provides an additional constructional element to the seal as well as providing the necessary integrity value. The compounds used for fire protection are gypsum-based and are both cost-effective and durable.
In event-hosting buildings, acoustic sealants for internal or external walls prevent sound from travelling between different rooms by filling in gaps and joint spaces within walls and building structures. An acoustic sealant can also provide peace of mind in the event of a fire. Consequently, flames and smoke will spread less quickly, making it easier for occupants to escape the building. For up to four hours, acoustic sealing can prevent the spread of fire, giving the fire department plenty of time to prevent extensive damage to your building.
Midlands Fire Compartmentation
Containing the second largest city in the UK (Birmingham), the Midlands is often referred to as the ‘heart of England’ with a population of 10,350,697. With such a large population, preventing fire spread in buildings across the region is the central aim of Fire Immunity. As a whole, all amendments and implementations meet approved document b, which is generally regarded as the principal passive fire protection regulation.
The Midlands is a broad Urban area with a large number of people both living and working in the region, a fire test is not all that is required in the numerous buildings but protective barriers, compounding and pipe cladding can be essential.
With large shopping constructions such as the Bullring and numerous arenas in the region, Fire Immunity can offer custom surveys and reports tailored to each individual building type and situation. As part of the extensive experience we have across various industries, we also specialize in providing occupied building inspections to help our clients make informed decisions about passive fire safety. As part of the requirements to maintain fire safety provisions, a regular planned preventative maintenance programme for completed work is recommended in Article 17 of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. A fire compartmentation system minimizes fire damage before the fire brigade arrives by preventing the spread of fire throughout the building. Our teams examine all compartment lines within your building as part of the visual inspection we conduct. A compartmentation line can have many types of defects, and identifying them requires expertise.
Fire Immunity Services
For potential customers making a decision about the best fire safety solution for their business, we always invite them to view and discuss our previous projects. As one of the leading providers of fire protection compounds in the UK, we ensure that our services are available to all regions of the United Kingdom and are a cost-effective option for reducing fire risks and therefore saving lives.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ACOUSTIC SEALING
How long does Acoustic Sealant last?
Depending on the quality of the sealant, generally, you will find that an acrylic-based sealant will last 10 years. However Acoustic silicone sealants can last for over 20 years.
How effective is acoustic sealing really?
Installing acoustic caulk through your building has huge money-saving benefits and has the potential to prevent external sound by as much as 15%. This can be achieved by simply filling gaps and other spaces between walls and joists. However, to get the best possible outcome with your acoustic project it's recommended that this service is run alongside other building attributes such as double glazing and acoustic panels.
How long does the service take to be completed?
This question ultimately relies on how large your building is you want to service. A large commercial building can take up to a week however if you want to protect one specific room it could be done within a day or two.
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