Fire Protection of Ceilings & Floors

ADVANTAGES

  • Up to 4 hours FRL
  • Easy installation methods hence Increase productivity
  • Less Material required to achieve fire resistant levels
  • Less overall installation cost
  • Lightweight
  • Less complex framework
  • Acoustic performance

Self-supporting Membrane Ceilings

These are normally non loadbearing and, depending on the type of construction, are used to provide protection from fire attack from below and/or above. Ceiling panels are fixed into a steel or timber framing system spanning and supported between two walls.

Self-supporting membrane ceilings should normally be tested or assessed in accordance with BS 476: Part 22: 1987 and/or AS 1530: Part 4: 2005 to satisfy the failure criteria of integrity and insulation.

These ceiling systems allow for the protection to or from services contained within the ceiling void. They will also provide protection to steel beams that are required to meet the criteria of BS 476: Parts 21 and 23: 1987 where exposure to fire is from below.

  FRL -/60/60 FRL -/90/90 FRL -/120/- FRL -/120/120 FRL -/240/120 FRL -/240/240
PROMATECT®-H Self-supporting Membrane Ceilings X   X X   X
PROMATECT®-S Self-supporting Membrane Ceilings     Up to   X Up to
PROMATECT® 100 Self-supporting Membrane Ceilings       X    

Note: FRL */*/* (Fire Resistance Limit – *Stability / *Integrity / *Insulation)

Promat's ceiling and floor systems have been extensively tested and assessed to provide resistance to fire from above, below or above and below. They satisfy the integrity and insulation criteria of BS 476: Parts 20, 21, 22 and 23: 1987 and/or AS 1530 Part 4: 2005.

Application & Technical Manual

Promat Asia Pacific Handbook

Safety Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets

Product Data Sheets

Product Data Sheets