Fire Curtains and Barriers

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Our Fire Fabric is a Fire Resistant woven, single or multi layered curtain material that is both fire proof and heat insulating. It can be installed as a fire stopping barrier curtain, or as a cover, or in the form of a box.

Our Fire Fabrics are fully tested and UK Certificated for flame, smoke and insulation. They can be supplied as fire curtains or supplied on rolls for the erection of fire compartments.

Call us on 01626 872886 for exact costings for materials for fire stopping.

Q. What is a Passive Fire Barrier, Smoke Barrier or Heat Barrier?

A. It is a woven Fabric that will stop fire, smoke and heat from penetrating through a space or void (like a loft or roof space) for up to 120 minutes, or protect a material (like wood or steel) for up to 2 hours. It can be laid as a sheet or made into a box.

Fabric Passive Fire Barrier, plus Fire Collars

Fire Barrier Fabric protecting a warehouse. Fire Fabric Box for protecting Downlights.

Note Fire Collars fitted to the steel frame. Fabric Boxes also used over Speaker Enclosures.


Third Party Certified for both VERTICAL and HORIZONTAL applications. Fully tested to all relevant British Standards

Typical uses - house roof voids, fixed onto trusses as a fire and heat stop, services tunnels.

A woven fabric, supplied on rolls - multi layer, white, 1.3 metres wide, 6 metres long.

30 Minutes Fire Resistance, 30 minutes Heat Insulation - nominal 10 mm thick, 2.2 kgs/m2, 7.8m2 per pack.

60 Minutes Fire Resistance, 20 minutes Heat Insulation - nominal 10mm thick, 1.8 kgs/m2, 7.8m2 per pack,.

Fire Proofing a suspended ceiling

Fire Barrier fabric laid into a suspended ceiling.


Third Party Certified for both VERTICAL and HORIZONTAL applications. Fully tested to all relevant British Standards

Typical uses - warehouse or house roof voids, fixed onto trusses as a fire stop.

A woven fabric, supplied on rolls - ultra thin, beige, 1.3 metres wide, 25 metres long .

120 Minutes Fire Resistance, Zero Heat Insulation - nominal 0.4 mm thick, 32.5 square metres per roll.

Fire proofing a warehouse roof truss

Fire Barrier fabric hung onto a warehouse roof frame.

MARINE - FIRE AND SMOKE - LIGHTWEIGHT BARRIER FABRIC - can be bonded onto other materials, such as firebatts.

Third Party Certified for both VERTICAL and HORIZONTAL applications. Fully tested to all relevant British Standards.

Typical uses - ships bulkheads.

A woven fabric, supplied on rolls - white, ultra thin, white, 1.3 metres wide, 25 metres long or 10 metres long.

C Class Fire Resistance - nominal 0.4 mm thick, 400 grams/m2, 32.5m2 per pack per layer.

B Class Fire Resistance - nominal 10 mm thick, 2.2kgs/m2, 32.5m2 per pack per layer.

A60 Class Fire Resistance - nominal 15 mm thick, 5.4kgs/m2, 32.5m2 per pack per layer, 23 db Acoustic properties

Fire proofing a ships bulkhead

Marine Fire Barrier fabric fitted to bulkheads.

Fire Collars and Fire Collar Rolls

Third Party Certified for both VERTICAL and HORIZONTAL applications. Fully tested to all relevant British Standards

Typical uses - warehouse or house trusses, as a fire stop, protection of cables or pipes passing through a Fire Barrier.

A woven fabric, supplied on rolls - green, 1 metre wide, in 25 metre lengths.

60 Minutes Fire Resistance - nominal 1.3 mm thick, 900 grams/m2.

Fire collars for steel passing through a fire barrier

Fire Collars protecting steel through a Fire Barrier.

Passive Fire Barrier Fabrics: call us on 01626 872886 .

Passive Cavity Fire Barriers were developed primarily for the Building Industry as a flexible, lightweight and easy to install solution to all compartmentalisation requirements, to replace the traditional “mineral fibre” type fire barriers. Lightweight, woven fire barriers are easy to install and pose no handling or health hazards to the installers or building occupiers.

These passive fire protection barriers were then developed into Marine Fire Insulation products for ships. The woven fire, heat and smoke barrier fabrics are easily fitted and shaped to awkward ships bulkheads and passageways, insulating steel parts and ducting from heat.

Fire protection of ship bulkheads

Ships use Marine Fire Fabrics

Prices, Discounts and Delivery: call 01626 872886 for full details

Prices - on application

Discounts and Trade Sales - call us for details

Delivery - Same day despatch, various delivery Services, UK Mainland - from £10 plus VAT, per roll.

Suitable For:

1. Fire Protection of wooden floors, lath and plaster ceilings and loft conversion floors and ceilings.

2. Fire and smoke protection of panelling, cladding and floors.

3. Fire, smoke and heat protection of steel and other metals.

4. Protection of ducting and services voids and passageways.

5. Protection of Hotels, Flats and B&B loft hatches, cupboard and storeroom doors.

6. Fire Protection of Exhibition Stands, Shopping Centre Kiosks, Night Club Bars, Restaurant Bars, Shop Fixtures, Shop Shelving.

Speak to us : for free help and immediate pricing - Tel: 01626 872886

Fire Certificate of Supply

Certificates for: Class O and Class 1, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes and 120 minutes Fire, Heat and Smoke.

Colours: generally white or black, but beige for Lightweight Fire Only Barrier.

Finishes: Matt

TEST STANDARDS - there are three relevant fire test standards

Class 1 - requires no surface spread of flame.

This is the Standard normally required for walls and ceilings.

Class 0 - is an additional level of protection for walls or ceilings where limited combustibility is required in high-risk areas, such as escape routes.

To comply materials must have a Class 1 Surface Spread of Flame and low fire propagation index in accordance with BS 476 Part 6. This test checks that the coating does not add to the heat or intensity of the fire.

Fire Penetration Resistance - 30 minutes to 120 minutes.

Passive Fire Barrier fabrics or Intumescent Coatings are used to prevent the penetration of fire through a structure for a specific period in accordance with BS 476 Parts 20 - 23 1987. Such coatings are given classifications for specific periods of time, such as "30 minutes". Fabrics and Intumescent systems are available for protecting structural timbers, steel and plasterwork (including plastered and plaster boarded walls and ceilings).

CERTIFICATION - why you will need our Certificate of Supply

A Fire Certificate of Supply can be issued for each Project. This is essential if you have to satisfy your Insurers, the Fire and Building Control Authority and for Client Records. Without a Fire Certificate of Supply you may be vulnerable to prosecution in the event of a fire. We cannot issue a Certificate of Supply if we have not produced a Specification in the first place, so please do not buy fabrics without asking for a Specification.

Free Advice - we supply free specifications and product quotations

Speak directly to us about your Fire Retardant needs: 01626 872886

Please do not take a risk and simply buy products without a clear specification from an expert. You may not be able to obtain a Fire Certificate of Supply in those circumstances.

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'Fire Paint' is a general term rather misleadingly used to cover both Fire Resistant Paint, used as a top coat to protect the Intumescent Paint beneath and Intumescent Paint or Intumescent Varnish, which are both fairly soft coatings used as primers. Class 1 and Class O are Classifications used regarding fire action on the surface of the paint, whereas 30 Minutes and 60 Minutes describe the period of protection given by the underlying Intumescent layers of Intumescent Paint or Intumescent Varnish against fire penetration.

We can provide an Intumescent Paint price based on the thickness of the wood or steel to be protected, and a separate price for the Fire Rated paint used as a top coat, which acts as a retardent fire layer, producing an inert gas to protect itself.

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Site written by: David Moore

David Moore, B.A. (Hons.), C.T.I.S., C.R.D.S. Technical Author


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