Westwood Security Fire Shutters supply 1, 2, 3 and 4 hour rated Fire Shutters and Smoke Cutins in Hanley. All of our Fire Shutters are tested and certified by Exova Fire and Safety.
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Hanley Fire Shutters Experts
Established in 1994, Westwood Fire Shutters have many satisfied customers nationwide and many installations of Fire Shutters in Hanley. Our Hanley Fire Shutters are manufactured by specialist teams in our own modern factory in the North West of England. With our satellite bases around the country we offer an unrivalled national reach. We promise a quick turnaround for new Hanley Fire Shutters and in emergency situations will do our best to offer a same-day replacement service. For Hanley supply only we can offer a next day overnight Fire Shutter delivery service.
Our vehicles are covered by Navman tracking systems provided by Competitive Tracking. For your peace of mind, we know where all of our teams are at all times, so in real time we can tell you exactly when your Fire Shutters will be with you irrespective of where you are in Hanley.
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Hanley Fire Shutters - Technical Details
There are three main methods of automatic operation. A fusible link involves the use of solder as connection in the circuit: heat radiated from a nearby fire causes the solder to melt and this activates the door.
A fire relay means that the Fire Shutter or Fire Door is connected to the fire alarm system. When the alarm is sounded, the Fire Shutter activates. Finally, a delayed Audio/Visual Warning used in connection with the Fire Shutter is connected to the alarm system, and operates usually with a time delay very similarly to a fire relay. During this delay an additional alarm is sounded, warning those in close proximity to the door that is about to close, thus allowing them to exit the affected area.
Building regulations in the Hanley region require that openings in fire resisting walls or partitions must have a door with an equivalent fire rating to that of the wall or partition.