Firewise Supplies Ltd are proud to be one of the UK’s foremost suppliers of intumescent fire and smoke seals, including acoustic, draught and weather sealing products.
Formed in 2005 and fortunate enough to share the same site as Sealmaster and Intumescent Seals Ltd, two well respected and established businesses. Combining their unique expertise in manufacturing with our wealth of experience in ‘next day’ distribution enabled us to offer our customers an exceptional level of sales and technical support.
With an ever increasing change to both products and industry standards, Firewise have identified the need for a ‘one stop’ solution for customer requirements. Our extensive range covers the whole spectrum of all the leading manufacturers within this sector, which helps us to provide informed, non-biased, factual information to ensure that the correct products are delivered on time, at highly competitive rates.
including acoustic, draught & weather sealing products
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Glazed panels or complete glazed screens are often required to allow vision and natural light through fire-rated internal walls and doors. Gaps, joints and interfaces between dissimilar materials invariably form points of weakness. Provision needs to be made to seal these effectively. The solution is to fit fire resistant glass secured using one of our fire resistant glazing systems. These hold the glass firmly in place during normal use, but in the event of fire the intumescent material expands, securing and insulating the glass and protecting the surrounding timber. Our glazing systems are designed to minimise smoke transfer, yet fit tightly on the perimeter of the glass and eliminate undesirable rattle at the same time.
Passive fire protection (PFP) is a form of fire safety provision that remains dormant or inert during normal conditions but becomes active in a fire situation. Every service that is installed in a building, such as soil pipes, electrical sockets, cable trunking and lighting units, can compromise the fire resistance of a room by creating openings in its walls, floor and ceiling. Our products are tested and certified to seal the gaps these penetrations create should fire break out.
Generally, large fires start as small fires, often of a size that can be tackled by suitably trained staff using portable fire extinguishers. Therefore, action by staff can prevent development of a fire that would pose a threat to life, property or operation of a business. In some premises, early action to control a fire in this way can also enable people to assist others, such as disabled people, residents in a care home or patients in a hospital, who are at greater risk in the event of fire.