As an architectural specialties contractor our focus is in consultative sales, pre-construction solutions, professional installation, and on-going service of fire and life safety solutions. Our experienced team is well-versed in the requirements for smoke and fire protection outlined in both the California, Nevada and International Building Codes, as well as the code-compliant solutions available to meet these requirements. View our product offerings:
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Fire & Smoke Curtains for Theaters
When it comes to protecting large crowds, such as in a theater, Smoke Guard fire and smoke curtains are a great options. They can be easily integrated into a theater’s design to meet all necessary building codes and not interfere with the elegant design of most theaters. In fact, fire curt..
Fire Curtain Assemblies in Hospitals
For most buildings, fire doors are typically located around stairwells and elevator shafts as to limit the ability for smoke to leak from floor to floor. However, fire and smoke containment systems can be a little more complex for buildings in the healthcare industry such as hospitals. Hospi..
Deployable Fire Curtain Systems for Airports
Airports provide a unique challenge when it comes to fire safety, They combine the complexities of open atriums with compartmentalized secure spaces. Therefore, the ability to securely section off smoke and fire in the case of an emergency is a necessity. By installing a flexible fire curtai..
The Advantages of a Flexible Fire Curtain
The classic steel fire door has quite a legacy when it comes to fire protection. However, technology has come a long way and a flexible fire curtains has many more advantages when it comes to smoke and fire protection: Invisible design: Fire curtain assemblies are virtually invisible when..
Atrium Separation in Health Care: Part 4
Flexible Fire & Smoke Curtains are becoming the go-to technology for fire protection in many types of businesses. However, certain industries need a little extra protection depending on the building’s occupants. Take health care for example. Imagine having patients with respirator..