Traditionally, smoke curtains have been just that; specially treated fabric which falls into place when smoke is detected – our glazed smoke control systems offer a passive solution which requires little or no maintenance. In the event of a fire, they work to prevent the spread of smoke, ensuring it is ducted to the extraction system quickly.
As part of our commitment to developing innovative solutions to assist in the protection of people within a range of environments, our glazed smoke curtains deliver a safer alternative to fabric curtains.
Suitable for installation in new or existing buildings and installed by our FIRAS qualified technicians, our solution offers an attractive, maintenance-free alternative to traditional smoke curtains.
Active smoke curtains that drop when a fire alarm system is activated always carry an inherent risk of failure.
The C3S Smoke Curtain is permanently active, without the use of any mechanisms or moving parts – providing round-the-clock readiness in the event of a fire.
Compared to fabric smoke curtains, which require regular testing and specialist cleaning, our glazed solution simply requires periodic cleaning in-line with other glazing within the building.
There is no requirement for specialist training or ongoing product maintenance.
We use a modified fire resistant glass which is designed to withstand extreme heat and changing temperatures.
If breakage does occur, the glass fractures into small pieces, protecting people who may be in the vicinity of the smoke curtain area.
Following research and development from our technical and manufacturing teams, we have tested our solution to withstand the most extreme effects of fire and smoke. Increasingly popular in shopping centres and mass-footfall environments where the aesthetic benefits of open glazing are particularly appealing.
For more information on how C3S can assist in the design, manufacture and installation of your security requirements, please complete the form below and our expert team will be in touch, or call +44 (0) 1422 313800.
Wherever glazing is used to provide protection against the spread of fire or smoke including: