fire integrity

fire integrity

In a piece of construction material, the quality that prevents fire on one side of the material from being transmitted to the opposite side within a designated time period.
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If, in the meantime, a landlord chooses to take down and replace cladding, care should be taken to consider the impact that removal may have on the other wall elements, especially insulation, and therefore on the overall fire integrity of the building as well as other Building Regulation requirements.
Contract Notice: Glasgow Clyde College is seeking to engage the services of a suitably experienced project team comprising a building surveyor and quantity surveyor and principal designer to carry out surveys of the fire integrity across the College estate.
Tests prove the product's energy efficiency, strength and fire integrity.
Tests performed prove the product's energy efficiency, strength and fire integrity.
Fire escape routes and staircases were protected with the Fineline system, which incorporated Swingline glazed doors, to ensure up to 30 minutes fire integrity.
Using portable tools, engineers check fire integrity of heat exchangers, tanks and vessels.
Misadjusting or removing one of the vertical rods on a fire-labeled door destroys the latching necessary for fire integrity.