10m wide x 3m drop smoke curtain undergoing cycle testing to BS EN 12101-1:2006 Annex B

10m wide x 3m drop smoke curtain undergoing cycle testing to BS EN 12101-1:2006 Annex B

The majority of deaths in a fire scenario are caused not by flame burns, but by the inhalation of hot smoke and toxic gases. As a fire develops, smoke can quickly fill the building, creating a chaotic situation where people are incapacitated and unable to access exit points.

3m wide x 10m drop smoke curtain undergoing cycle testing to BS EN 12101-1:2006 Annex B

3m wide x 10m drop smoke curtain undergoing cycle testing to BS EN 12101-1:2006 Annex B

Kent Smoke Curtains are used to control the movement of smoke through a building in the event of a fire. They can either channel smoke to smoke extraction points or create reservoirs to slow its spread.  They remain virtually invisble when the curtain is stored in its retracted position within the compact headbox. When signalled by a local detector device or a fire alarm signal, they descend to the operational level above the floor.

FEATURES

  • CE Labelled D120
  • Fully tested to BS EN 12101-1 Annexes B,C and D
  • Compact ‘nearly invisible’ headbox with multiple fixing methods 
  • Flexible and durable smoke impermeable fiberglass fabrics
  • Lightweight assembly that greatly lessens structural load
  • Guide rails not required but optional
  • Bottom bar, side guides and headbox can be powdercoated to blend in to surroundings
  • Achieve curved designs with segmented curtains
  • Virtually unlimited width without intermediate support 
  • Kent Guaranteed Gravity Fail Safe (no power needed)
  • Intelligent controls

COMPLIANCE

  • BS EN 12101-1 Annex B (Reliability, Response Time and Material Durabilty)
  • BS EN 12101-1 Annex C (Air Leakage Test)
  • BS EN 12101-1 Annex D (Fire Resistance Test)
  • CE Labelled D120
  • THIRD PARTY ACCREDITATION- Certifire
  • Fabric tested to BS 476 Pt 6 and Pt 7, EN 13501-1

FIRE RESISTANCE (E)

  • 120 minutes at 600 deg C