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Design & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation Stairs

Design & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation Stairs
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Design & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation StairsDesign & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation StairsDesign & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation Stairs
Design & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation StairsDesign & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation StairsDesign & Report on Protecting Escape Routes Smoke Shafts / Pressurisation Stairs


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A report will be given to you which will then be discussed & agreed to with building regs and the local fire service authority
Pressurisation is one of the possible solutions to provide smoke ventilation in escape stairs, common lobbies and corridors in residential buildings as required by Approved Document B and is recommended for buildings taller than 30m (BS 9999 & BS 9991).

Mechanical ventilation is mentioned in ADB, but only with reference to pressurisation. Nevertheless it has become commonly used as an alternative to natural smoke shafts, providing equivalent or improved performance.

deciding which one to use is influenced by legislation and standards, building configuration, budget and space requirements.
There is no universal “right” choice, but there’s certainly a best choice for each individual building.

This covers:
  • Features and benefits of both systems
  • Common problems with both systems
  • Design and report of the recommended system for your project
  • We will then provide you with materials list and quotation to do the project for you