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Hospitals & Fire Doors in CT: Our Expert Explains Passive Fire Protection

Sprinkler systems and fire extinguishers are active fire protection agents that visibly protect you from fire. Fire doors, however, are an example of passive fire protection—the kind of protection you cannot see but significantly helps to both compartmentalize fire and prevent collapse through structural fire resistance. Our fire safety expert from BRAND SERVICES is here to explain more about what makes fire doors in CT an example of passive fire protection – and why they are so important for hospitals!

What Does BRAND SERVICES Know About Fire Doors in CT?

As the industry leader in fire protection and safety services, our award-winning experts at BRAND SERVICES have been helping hospitals, healthcare facilities, and new commercial construction projects with absolute fire protection services since 1994. With expertise in a wide variety of fire code compliance services, we have become the go-to fire protection company, not only in Connecticut, but throughout New England, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, D.C. For specific high volume projects, we even provide services nationwide!

Why Is Passive Fire Protection Critical to Hospitals?

Passive fire protection is of the utmost importance in hospitals and health care facilitates. As mentioned above, passive fire protection is the type you won’t see, but which will become critically important during a fire. Fire doors, for example, are automated to close by themselves if smoke or heat is detected. That computerized automation is a great example of passive fire protection in hospitals.

Proper precautionary investments, such as fire doors in Connecticut hospitals, allow time for your employees to safely evacuate both occupants and themselves. A fire door can effectively keep fire and smoke from reaching a particular hospital wing for a set amount of time. When in a situation where patients may not be able to exit the floor without assistance, having that additional time for an evacuation can make a significant difference.

Passive fire protection also allows for investments within the building to be better protected and for harm to the structure of the building to be minimized. The less damage incurred, the faster the building will be functioning again and caring for patients.

The information provided in this article is for educational purposes only. If you would like to learn more about this and other topics related to hospital fire doors in CT, feel free to contact BRAND SERVICES, serving CT, NY, RI, NJ, PA, and all New England, by clicking here or by calling 888.551.4055.

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BRAND SERVICES is the industry leader in passive fire protection and life safety services, including fire door inspections and repairs, fire and smoke damper inspections and repairs, firestopping services, fireproofing services and facility maintenance. BRAND’s service region includes: Connecticut (CT), Massachusetts (MA), Rhode Island (RI), Vermont (VT), New Hampshire (NH), Maine (ME), New York (NY), New Jersey (NJ), Pennsylvania (PA), Maryland (MD), Washington D.C. (DC), Delaware (DE), Virginia (VA), Ohio (OH), North Carolina (NC), South Carolina(SC), Georgia(GA) and nationwide for large scale projects.

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