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Automatic Smoke Curtains Manchester

Westwood Security Shutters Ltd supply and install high quality Automatic Smoke Curtains in the Manchester area and nationwide.

With smoke inhalation being a prime cause of fatalities from fires, anyone with a Manchester business should consider installing automatic smoke curtains as parts of their fire safety procedures.

How Automatic Smoke Curtains Can Help Save Lives in Manchester

The need for adequate fire prevention and fire control procedures for Manchester businesses should be obvious. Regardless of whether they will never be needed, it only takes one outbreak to wreak havoc to a Manchester business in terms of financial cost and potentially fatalities.

It pays, therefore, for all Manchester companies to be prepared. And, automatic smoke curtains should be considered a vital part of fire control in Manchester.

They help to channel smoke and toxic gases, or extract them, allowing people to be evacuated should a fire break out at your Manchester business.

Generally, automatic smoke curtains will be activated in tandem with your Manchester fire alarm and will restrict the spread of smoke to the underside of an internal ceiling.

Our Manchester Automatic Smoke Curtains

Automatic Smoke Curtains ManchesterNo-one should take chances when it comes to fires, which is why we recommend Manchester businesses to take advantage of automatic fire curtains from Westwood.

We provide the highest quality automatic smoke curtains in Manchester at the best prices.

And, we supply and install automatic smoke curtains in Manchester to wide spans, which can be automatic, soffit automatic or suspended.

Call NOW for a guaranteed Quote for automatic smoke curtains in Manchester.

Our automatic smoke curtains available in Manchester have been rigorously tested and come with a failsafe system guaranteeing activation in the event of power failure.

Westwood Automatic Smoke Curtains can be supplied in Manchester in unlimited widths by use of an overlap system, with curtains up to 5 metres wide being serviced by single span rollers.

Features of Automatic Smoke Curtains Manchester

  • Automatic operation
  • Support for servery and hatches
  • Custom built to your specification
  • Short lead times
  • Slim, lightweight and easy to install
  • 4hr fire resistance
  • Help to slow down and prevent the passage of smoke and gases
  • 240V operation with battery back-up

Manchester Automatic Smoke Curtains Specification

Coated fiberglass material tested to withstand temperatures of 600 Degrees Centigrade for one hour. The thickness of the Smoke Curtain is approximately 0.75mm.

 

Bottom Rail and Roller

A bottom rail is attached to the curtain and this rail is designed to stop at ceiling level or into a recess in the box when raised. The curtain coils on to a steel roller mounted on endplate bearings.

Automatic Smoke Curtain Operation

Smoke Curtains are electrically operated by 240V Tubular Motors and are supplied with a control panel that is connected to the main fire alarm panel for the area of your Manchester business. Standard control panel will operate a single motor or alternatively a group panel can be supplied to manage multiple motors within a single smoke compartment. The system requires a 240V single phase fused spur within one metre of the control panel.

Automatic Smoke Curtain Box

The central roller and coiled up Smoke Curtain is housed in a galvanised metal box, which is Automatic to the structure of the building. The box is galvanised as standard and can be polyester powder coated at extra cost.

MAXIMUM SIZES
Unlimited width x 10 metres high. subject to survey and access

OPERATING SPEED
Approximately 75mm per second.

WEIGHT
Typically 28 kgs per linear metre of width for curtain, box and bottom rail.


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Tel: 0161 272 9333 (North) or 0207 873 2390 (South) 0121 285 0239 (West Midlands) 0115 8240036 (East Midlands)

We also manufacture BS certified twin skin Automatic Fire Shutters offering up to 4 hours resistance to fire.

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