Remediation And installation

Adaston’s experienced, fully-accredited and specialist installation teams can project manage and deliver all fully-compliant passive fire protection work.

Adaston can provide detailed quotations for any works required. All installations are covered through 3rd party accreditation with FIRAS.

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Fire Doors

Correctly installed and maintained fire doors are a fundamental part of a passive fire protection system. They are designed to stop the spread of smoke and fire between fire compartments.

Poorly maintained fire doors render fire compartments useless in the event of a fire.

The Adaston fire door joiners work nationally and are experts in all types of fire doors and applications, including healthcare, multi-storey residential, schools, student accommodation, and mental health.

All fire door restoration and installation is third-party accredited through the FDIS and FIRAS scheme.

Where possible our team of joiners will remediate any fire door, certify all the work performed, and update O & M manuals accordingly.

If a repair is not possible, we can source and replace precisely the right fire door depending on use, environment, and fire rating.

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Our Process

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01

Planning

Scope of works and deliverables agreed • Full fire strategy of the building provided by the client • Deadlines and timetable agreed, including any out of hours work required

02

Implementation

Work as agreed in the scope is coordinated and performed • This will be delivered by our in house firestopping team accredited by FIRAS and cleared and insured

03

Completion

Finalise and issue our tailored report detailing findings from the scope of works • Adaston advise on next steps if required and provide continued support

Firestopping

Penetration sealing systems are a fundamental requirement of the passive fire protection design in buildings. Often a neglected part of the building’s fire protection and installed by non-specialists they are nevertheless vital in maintaining compartmentation and preventing the spread of fire and smoke.

Building Regulations, Approved Documents, and LPCB Design Guide recognise that the quality of the installation of fire stopping and penetration sealing is crucial to the performance of any fire stop seal. These systems provide cost-effective solutions and compliance with current legislation. Effective penetration sealing prevents the passage of smoke, toxic gasses, and fire through gaps around services in walls, partitions, and floors as well as enhancing acoustic performance and air sealing properties.

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