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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Open space solutions for modern life styles

Approved Document B limits the layout and aesthetics of residential developments by containing fire spread through compartmentation or increased fire resistance. Residential sprinkler installation in redevelopment of existing structures can have major aesthetic, infrastructure and even structural consequences and be extremely costly.

New innovations in active fire protection from Plumis offer the architect alternative routes to freedom and flexibility in layout to provide the modern, contemporary, open-plan residential layouts that clients increasingly expect whilst still complying with Building Regulations and keeping occupants safe.

Introducing Automist

Click the link for a step-by-step guide to using the Automist sprinkler as a compensatory measure

N.B. Automist’s suitability as a compensatory measure must be judged on a case by case basis and is subject to building control approval. Technical data is provided within the "Automist Technical Guide" to enable construction and fire industry professionals to adequately assess and specify Automist.

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