A glass smoke control solution which can direct smoke and keep toxic fumes at bay long enough to allow members of the public to exit the building safely, minimising the risk of smoke inhalation, injury and death. Smokeguard provides significant cost reductions versus mechanical smoke curtains through lower initial investment costs, zero ongoing maintenance and no maximum lifespan.
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Available in 8mm thickness
Steel application as a smokescreen
DH30 & DH60 Classifications
30 & 60 minutes
Approved by Efectis, France
Product standard EN 572 – DH30
Conforms to En 12150-1 requirements for thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass
Impact classification to EN 12600:2002 – 1C1
Glazed alternative to mechanical smoke curtains
Larger sizes available – 2500 x 1200mm
Slim stainless steel brackets, slim glass profile
Options for screen printing, acid etching, manifestations, and shapes/cut-outs
The structural integrity of the product ensures it can be handled and installed in the most challenging of applications and sites
Engineered to meet your specific project requirements
Short lead times to keep your project on time
Strong return on investment versus mechanical smoke curtains as zero maintenance is required and there is no maximum lifespan
Range of visual options provides design flexibility
Product: Pyroguard Balustrade
Pyroguard’s fire safety glass was the product of choice on the Quantock House development, one of the first UK projects to feature a compliant A2-s1 glass balustrade system on its apartment balconies.
With glass an ever-popular building material, Pyroguard has helped to combine contemporary aesthetics with fire safety and sympathetically blend the old with the new on an exciting regeneration project in Cork, Ireland.
Engineered to meet specific project requirements, Pyroguard’s range of toughened fire safety glass, Pyroguard Protect, in E30, EI60 and EI120, has been specified for one of the most daring architectural creations ever imagined in Paris: Tours Duo.