smoke curtain

smoke curtain

A barrier that restricts the spread of smoke.
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But when the smoke curtain was lifted, it became clear that the crimes were committed by others.
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Tobasso USA: The industry behind the smoke curtain, Eileen Heyer.
In her latest show, "Bedspreien en rookgordijn" (Bedspreads and smoke curtain, all works 2000), Killaars presented double beds that were entirely covered with brightly hued bedspreads, designed by the artist and woven in India.
However, the TDAMs will stay together and place a smoke curtain between the OPFOR and the BLUFOR.
Indeed, education holds the key to intelligent fire-resistance for the UAE's future buildings, according to Brown, whose company has supplied fire and smoke curtains for projects such as Dubai Mall and Louvre Abu Dhabi.
The company also makes smoke curtains and solar and lightcontrol products.
The ship also has a microprocessor based anti-roll Flume Stabilisation System and Smoke Curtains to impede spreading of smoke and toxic gases in case of fire onboard.
The hinged doors, roller shutters and smoke curtains are installed at six stations on lines running into and across Hong Kong.