MEZZANINE FLOOR FIRE PROTECTION

Column casings

Suspended ceilings

Bulkheads/fascias

Galvanised steel column casings fitted to the columns of a decked mezzanine floor at a Kent site.

Quick fit two part metal casings lined with mineral wool insulation available in galvanised steel, white leathergrain finishes as standard (extended colour range available upon request) and supplied with test certification protect our mezzanine floor columns from fire.

Bulkheads/fascias

Suspended ceilings

Bulkheads/fascias

A white fire protective bulkhead or fascia to the exposed perimeter edge of a mezzanine floor.

Quick fit metal faced bulkheads lined with mineral wool insulation available in galvanised steel, white leathergrain finishes as standard (extended colour range available upon request) and supplied with test certification fire protect the perimeter of our mezzanine floors

Suspended ceilings

Suspended ceilings

Suspended ceilings

Fire protective suspended ceiling under a mezzanine floor in a South London distribution warehouse.

Inverted T section white faced  grid wired from the underside of the mezzanine floor purlins, either on a 1200mm x 600mm or 600mm x 600mm grid complete with mineral fibre tiles tested unclipped provide fire protection to the underside of our mezzanine floors. 

Cavity barriers

Intumescent paint

Suspended ceilings

A piece of mineral wool cavity insulation batt.

Cavity barriers comprising Rockwool, Promat or similar inert mineral fibre batts are fitted within the mezzanine ceiling void at prescribed centres to prevent smoke and fire spread through an uncompartmented space.

MF ceilings

Intumescent paint

Intumescent paint

An unpainted taped and jointed MF ceiling viewed from below under an office mezzanine in Essex.

British Gypsum or similar galvanised framework strapped to the underside of the mezzanine purlins and clad with boards, taped and jointed  in accordance with manufacturers technical design literature can provide provide mezzanine floor fire protection with a flush finish. 

Intumescent paint

Intumescent paint

Intumescent paint

A can of intumescent paint.

Occasionally intumescent paint is used on the hot rolled steels for fire protection when the structure is required to be visible for aesthetic purposes. Thin walled purlins are not suitable for intumescent painting.

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Llonsson Ltd

49 Court Farm Road, Warlingham, Surrey, CR6 9BL, United Kingdom

01883 622068

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