BOUNDARY PROTECTION

Using traditional fire protection equipment to protecting buildings from the spread of fire can be limiting and financially costly. At Coopers, we’ve developed a range of fire barrier curtains that provide architects and engineers with an approved alternative to fire shutters, fire rated glazing and firewalls whilst protecting windows from channeling fire.

BENEFITS

  • Manufactured, Installed, commissioned and serviced by Coopers
  • Independent Third Party Accredited
  • Bespoke design
  • Fire and Smoke Curtains remain hidden with a ceiling until required

Coopers fire barrier curtains have been installed to provide a subtle, hidden means of ensuring fire containment and approved boundary protection

Our fire and smoke curtains help the world’s most architecturally famous buildings meet stringent fire regulations without compromising design

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Fire barrier curtains to provide boundary protection

Whether you’re protecting an adjoining building or buildings built within a radius of 5 metres or guarding a window from the potential spread of fire, our engineers have developed a range of fire barrier curtains to meet the specific needs required under boundary protection fire regulations.

At Coopers, our commitment to advancing fire fabric technology has led us to develop a range of fire curtains to provide architects and engineers with an approved alternative to traditional fire shutters, fire rated glazing and firewalls.
From public sector buildings like Holland Park School, who installed FireMaster® Plus² fire curtains to deploy and stop un-insulated glazed windows from channelling fire to adjoining buildings to hoteliers such as Premier Inn who installed Vii®fire fire curtains to safeguard fire exits from heat radiation. Our fire barrier curtains provide architects and engineers with a viable means of ensuring fire regulations are met.

CONTACT US

T: +44 (0)2392 454 405
F: +44 (0)2392 492 732

info@coopersfire.com

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BRITISH MUSEUM, UK

The British Museum received a grant of £10m from the Heritage Lottery Fund which was used to enable the museum to expand its innovative outreach and in December 2009 received planning approval for a new World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre.

BRITISH MUSEUM, EXTENSION, LONDON, UK

Compartmentation, Protected Means of Escape and Boundary Protection