Similar to atriums, museum typically consist of large, open spaces.
Building atriums create a unique obstacle when it comes to fire safety.
Unlike a traditional garage-style door, the STACK requires no overhead track.
Did you know smoke inhalation is the leading cause of fire death, exceeding burns by a three-to-one ratio? Due to that reality, buildings must be designed to protect its occupants from both fire and smoke.
The classic steel fire door has quite a legacy when it comes to fire protection.
Our experienced team knows how to optimize space, satisfy rigorous code requirements, and recognizes the value of customer relationships.
Fire and smoke safety are incredibly important when it comes to building design. From deployable curtains to rolling steel fire doors, there are a lot of options out there to fit your needs for fire safety. Design, however, is another story.
This model is a horizontally deploying curtain that can serve to separate floors in the event of an emergency. This is especially helpful in the design of open atriums.
Smoke Guard California now offers the Model 3000, a horizontally deploying smoke rated curtain, that provides phenomenal protection in open spaces such as atriums.
Smoke Guard California is offering an exciting new option for smoke & fire protection for open atriums.
When tackling fire code requirements for multi-story atriums, Smoke Guard’s Model 4000 fire-rated curtain is a great solution.