How to Fire Protect a Mezzanine Floor

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How to Fire Protect a Mezzanine Floor

The prerequisite for fire protection rest on the application, dimensions and extent of the mezzanine floor.

Mezzanine flooring which is not permanently occupied and infrequently accessed (used for storage) does not need to be fire rated as long as it is fitted with an appropriate fire detection and alarm system.

Mezzanine floors that are occupied at all times like office mezzanines, mezzanine floors that support assembly and manufacturing processes will require fire protection.

The most common means of fire protecting mezzanine floors is through the use of four key elements of insulation, column casings, a suspended ceiling, bulkheads/fascias and cavity barriers
Invicta Mezzanine Floors integrate these measures of mezzanine floor fire protection and can be seamlessly installed at low costs.

This general information relates to mezzanine flooring fire protection and is intended for guidance only. Each application needs to be assessed on its own merits.
It is always indispensable to review your specific project with an approved inspector or building control officer prior to commencing work on your mezzanine floor project, a task with which our mezzanine floor contractor will be prepared to assist.

If you would like advice regarding the specific requirements for your project, contact us today for more information.
 

 

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