Helping Building Professionals
Whether you are an architect, builder, engineer, certifier or applicator, Permax will endeavour to provide the project support needed to ensure a compliant passive fire safety system is installed on your project. Resolving structural steel fire rating issues early in the project cycle can have long term benefits when it comes to the successful delivery of a project. Thus it is always recommended that Permax are consulted as early as possible during the project lifecycle.
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The Use and Need for Penetration Sealing
In modern structures and buildings various specialised and technical installation services for power supply, computer and cable networks, transportation of water and sewage, and so on are installed as part of the build. Usually, these services penetrate fire separations in areas that are normally hidden away; above ceilings, through walls and other cavities. Because penetrations […]
What Makes a Good Fire Protection Coating?
As with all things in life, there are multiple opinions on what makes something good. When it comes to fire rating, there is no single treatment which everyone agrees on either. Some people focus on price, others on ease of application, others on suitability for conditions. And others again, on some combination of all these and more.
At Permax, we have our own beliefs, and we’re going to share them with you.
The Difference Between Engineers and Fire Engineers
Fun fact for your next trivia night: the term “engineer” derives from Medieval Latin and the word “ingeniare”, which means to design or devise. Ever since the wheel was invented (and even before that), humans have been devising clever inventions, designed to astound, improve, or carry out a function that too often we all take […]
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