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Passive Fire Protection Explained

Passive Fire Protection Explained

As its name suggests, passive fire protection is a form of fire safety provision that remains dormant, or inert, during normal conditions but becomes active in a fire situation. It is an integral component of structural fire protection in a building, which is designed...
What is Passive Fire Protection?

What is Passive Fire Protection?

Passive fire protection is a term used to describe the parts of a building or structure that provides a barrier to fire, containing and slowing the rate at which it spreads.  This is achieved by creating fire-resistant walls, floors and doors.  Passive fire protection...

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