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Pyro-Cote (Pty) LTD

Preventing a fire from spreading and maintaining structural stability is of utmost Importance in commercial and industrial building.

Passive Fire Protection

Registered in 1986 as a Specialised Passive Fire Protection Company, the company now leads the market both locally and in neighbouring territories. Click to view our PAIA Manual part 1 & part 2.

Passive fire protection installations are installed to contain fire, gas and smoke to its source thus enabling safe evacuation of human occupancy and to minimise structural and other plant damage

The National Building Regulation SABS 0400 Section T identify certain key areas where Passive Fire installation are key to building safety

  • Protection and safe evacuation of the occupants
  • Spread and intensity of the fire is minimised as well as spread to surrounding building
  • Sufficient stability of the building is maintained

Fires in buildings take a costly toll ensuring the right design, product approval and installation competency can minimise this risk.

Technical Support & Assistance

Technical support and assistance is provided by Pyro-Cote to specifiers, industrial users and applicators in terms of:

  • Passive Fire protective principals
  • Building regulations
  • Specification details
  • Application procedures
  • Quotation guidelines
  • Technical Seminars

Pyro-Cote also offers a number of specially designed fire proof systems not covered in this web site such as:

  • Fire Wall
  • Fire Box enclosures
  • Cable Protective Ducting

Typical areas where passive fire protection installation are used.

Fire sealing to through penetrations. These installation are to have the same integrity of the wall and floor through which the services penetrate such as electrical cables, wood and plastic pipes.

Typical areas where passive fire protection installation are used.

Prolonging the structural stability of the building especially where steel is used as structural element. In a commercial building the failure rate of steel is deemed to be 550°C. This temperature is reached within 5 minutes of a standard time temperature building fire.

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