FIREFLY™ enjoyed a great show back at the Fire Safety Event at the NEC, with a very positive reaction to the first showing of the new ATHENA 60:60 fire barrier
The decision by the British Museum to move a substantial part of its collection of historical artefacts from storage in London to a new state-of-the-art facility in Reading has led to a major fire-stopping contract for a specialist sub-contractor; featuring the use of the FIREFLY™ TITAN Lite™ 120:60 from the TBA FIREFLY™ range.
Fire-rated smoke and flame barriers manufactured by FIREFLY™ has been employed at the iconic RAF Manston History Museum, Kent, during the refurbishment of a single storey structure within one of the old hangars: housing a model of the rail depot which served the airfield during World War One.
An interesting application of FIREFLY barriers during refurbishment of the historic Bristol Temple Meads station
Scotland’s biggest building services contractor has just completed upgrading the fire compartmentation within an existing West Lothian warehouse building which is being converted to serve as a high bay storage facility
The roof space to an existing commercial property in the North-West of England has been given the added protection of having its very large roof-space sub-divided using the APOLLO Lite 30:30 system
The fire protection of critical movement joints within the main floor slabs of the new Midland Metropolitan Hospital in Birmingham has consumed some 1,000 linear metres of Titan Lite 120/60
Northamptonshire based DC Fire Protection Ltd., a long-term customer of TBA FIREFLY, has employed the manufacturer’s ZEUS Lite system to create a 90:30 minutes’ fire barrier within the first floor ceiling void of a commercial property in London’s Hyde Park area.
TBA FIREFLY™ launches an Online CPD fully certified by the CPD Company providing an overview of the treatment for Large Void Cavity Barriers by Passive Fire Protection also known as PFP.