TESTING AND INSPECTION OF YOUR FIRE AND SMOKE DAMPERS.
A fire resisting damper is a mechanical or intumescent device within a duct or ventilation opening that is designed to close automatically on the detection of heat. It provides a barrier to fire but has limited control over the spread of smoke.
Faulty dampers can cause significant issues to both the operation of the ventilation system and perhaps more critically, the system’s ability to restrict the spread of fire. It is therefore essential that fire dampers are inspected and maintained on a regular basis.
EDSB can design, supply, install, maintain, inspect and repair your fire dampers as required. All fire damper inspections carried out by EDSB are reported in real time using our cloud based reporting platform, and records are available for client access.
Should you have any questions relating to Fire Dampers or if you would like further information on how EDSB can keep your Fire & Security systems compliant, please email email@example.com or simply add your details below and our EDSB support team will contact you shortly.
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