Know what you want? Try our 'Supplier Directory' 

Swegon takes command of smoke control

Swegon’s new range of smoke control dampers, Actionair SmokeCommand dampers, are CE Marked single and multiple compartment dampers and are classified to product standard EN13501-4 and tested to EN 1366-10.

Swegon's Actionair SmokeCommand dampers.

These dampers meet the strict smoke control requirements by moving to an open or closed position less than 60 seconds after receiving an alarm and remaining open for up to 120 minutes for safe smoke extraction and increase evacuation time. They are able to maintain their position because they have no thermal device to cause uncontrolled operation and no automatic return mechanism.

SmokeCommand dampers play a critical role in extracting heat from a building and can complement the use of fire sprinklers in helping to manage the impact of a fire. Some dampers will be venting smoke and others closing to manage the movement of the smoke.

21 January 2020

Comments

Already Registered?
Login
Not Yet Registered?
Register

Midea becomes fastest growing manufacturer of aircon products supplied into the UK

In 2017 Midea, the world’s largest air conditioning manufacturer, had achieved over 20% market share in Europe. Establishing further growth was never going to be easy, especially in countries where the status quo had remained relatively unchanged....

  28-Feb-2020

KoolDuct shows lasting power of innovation at STEM learning

Over 13 years since it was first installed, ductwork fabricated from The Kingspan KoolDuct System is maintaining ideal learning conditions at the National STEM Learning Centre at the University of York....

  28-Feb-2020

Building Dryer from Humidity Solutions

Our purpose-built, mobile refrigerant dehumidifier for use in factories, construction, storage and restoration and disaster recovery is IN STOCK NOW and can be delivered immediately.
  03-Dec-2019
Heating & Ventilating Review is the number one magazine in the HVAR industry. Don’t miss out, subscribe today!
Subcribe to HVR

Diary

FETA Annual Lunch