Fire Roller Shutters
Integrated, effective fire shutter solutionsFire shutters should be a key part of your overall fire strategy for your building and work seamlessly with other elements, such as smoke alarms or sprinklers. Fire shutters can help keep people, buildings and other belongings safer in the case of an emergency by compartmentalising the fire and slowing its progression.
Westwood fire shutters can prevent the spread of a fire by up to 4 hours when compared to your typical shutter. The time frame is significant in helping to ensure people get out of the building safely and reducing the damage that fire can cause.
Shutters can be used to section off and protect particular parts of a building, the whole building and even provide protection between floors with horizontal fire shutters.
Our fire shutters are compliant to the latest Government legislation that came into effect November 2019 standard BS EN 16034:2014 – CE Marked BS EN 13241-1:2003.
Typically fire shutters are made from mild steel lath of varying thickness, with the thickest providing the highest level of protection. However, all of our fire shutters, along with the guides, canopies, flags and L rail, are made from 22 gauge-galvanised steel. This means that our shutters are long lasting, effective solutions that you can trust. Whatever your needs and space within your building we can create a fire shutter solution for you.
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Westwood Security Shutters are a leading manufacturer of fire shutters and fire curtains in the UK. Our industry knowledge and expertise mean we’re able to create integrated, cost-effective solutions, tailored to your requirements, without compromising on quality. Whether you are in London, Manchester, Scotland or elsewhere, we will act as your local supplier and deliver the solution to match your needs.
The benefits of using fire shutters
There’s more than one reason to install fire shutters in your building. Benefits of using fire shutters include:
Types of fire shutters