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With the holidays just around the corner, take a look at our last order dates and planned closures for the festive period.
Our offices will be closed from Tuesday the 24th of December and will reopen on Monday the 30th of December 2019.
Everyone involved in the construction or management of a building knows that occupants’ safety is paramount, with smoke control providing a vital life safety feature. All equipment and systems relating to smoke control and ventilation must be designed and installed correctly to ensure the safety of occupants and where appropriate, fire fighters.
The maintenance of smoke control systems is critical to ensuring their optimal performance in the event of a fire.
The most common type of smoke control system today is the ‘smoke shaft’ system.
‘Smoke shaft’ is the common term for ventilation systems in the lobbies of tall buildings, used to maintain tenable conditions in the common escape routes in the event of a fire in the building.
But what about its power supply and wiring? What specification applies? Read our blog post and download the SCS Guide to Smoke Shafts to find out.