The definition of a cavity, as per the Approved document B, Fire Safety, Volume 2:
“A space enclosed by elements of a building (including a suspended ceiling) or contained within an element, but that is not a room, cupboard, circulation space, protected shaft, or space within a flue, chute, duct, pipe or conduit.”

Cavity Barriers Installation and Maintenance.

A cavity barrier is designed to prevent the spread of fire, smoke and heat-transfer inside the void spaces of cavity-walls, floors and ceilings.

Cavity barriers can be installed horizontally and vertically between different floors to maintain the integrity of the fire compartmentalisation.

As approved providers of various fire protection products, we have access to a variety of approved suppliers, who have their own regularly updated test data, depending on the required fire rating and project requirement.

Experienced Installers of Cavity Barriers.

At CPFP, we have installed cavity-barriers within a wide range of public and private premises across the UK, including Hospitals, Schools and other government buildings, and Industrial and private premises.

Some of these installations have been large-scale projects, and CPFP has consistently won praise for the quality of our work.

Cavity Barrier Maintenance.

We ensure and maintain high-performing cavity barriers throughout the lifecycle of a building, which can be compromised by tampering, shrinkage, post-installation damage by 3rd parties. CPFP can offer an annual inspection and maintenance option if required to help mitigate these issues.

For more information on our Cavity Barrier services, please contact us today.

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