A fire stop is a passive fire protection system of various components used to seal openings and joints in fire-resistance rated wall and/or floor assemblies, based on fire testing and certification listings. Unprotected openings in fire separations void the fire-resistance ratings of the fire separations that contain them, allowing spread of fire past the limits of the fire safety plan of the entire building. Fire stops are designed to restore the fire-resistance ratings of rated wall and/or floor assemblies by impeding the spread of fire through the opening by filling the openings with fire resistant materials.
Passive fire protection (PFP) is an integral component of the four components of structural fire protection and fire safety in a building. PFP attempts to contain fires or slow the spread, through use of fire-resistant walls, floors, and doors (amongst other examples). PFP systems must comply with the associated Listing and approval use and compliance in order to provide the effectiveness expected by building codes.
1. Plaster work and the work of all kinds of paints.
2. Decoration, interior decoration and all kind of gypsum board.
3. All GRC work, granite and marble stones and any renovation of old buildings.
4. All kind of wood, metal and aluminum work.
5. All kind of glass frontage work.
6. All kind of Ceramic tiles, porcelain and parquet flooring work.
7. All Electrical and plumbing work.