fire partition

fire partition

[′fīr pər‚tish·ən]
(building construction)
A wall inside a building intended to retard fire.

fire partition

In a building, a partition which has a fire-endurance rating of not less than 2 hr, but does not qualify as a fire wall.
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If a given fire partition is not more than one-hour rated, and if the building is fully sprinklered, (a) and if the system is ducted (not a transfer opening), then you don't need a fire damper (IBC [paragraph] 717.
It is important to learn the differences between a fire wall, fire barrier, and fire partition and between a smoke barrier and smoke partition, so that you can properly apply (or not apply) fire and smoke dampers.
Additionally there are some fire partition works to the laundry room that will entail some isolation/downtime to laundry equipment.
in coordination with all sectors, 6) patency of channels which will be included in the ventilation ducts, 7) inclusion of ventilation ducts in chimneys, in coordination with the construction industry, 8) proposing equivalent devices based on the guidelines Design Office in this regard, 9) execution to jump through fire partition separating the fire.
created hatch door into the reception and that there should be holes in a fire partition
Limiting glazed opening in fire partitions to no more than 25% of the wall area.
Fire barriers, firewalls, fire partitions, and smoke barriers are all included in compartmentation.
Transformer Cells and fire partitions inside performed in reinforced concrete.