Hangar buildings are sophisticated systems that house aircraft and also the structures necessary for operations. For example, maintenance and repair workshops, spare-parts storage units and offices, etc.
In the event of a fire, it is essential to be able to bring flames under control at their point of origin, preventing them from spreading between the hangars and other sections of these buildings. To achieve this, active systems and passive fire-safety and fire-resistant wall components must be manufactured correctly and with all due care, leaving no weak points in the system.
To ensure fire safety at this level, it is vital to have an in-depth knowledge of the specific international regulations applicable to aviation and hangar buildings and also of our national fire regulations.
The fire engineering team at Efectis – which has been specialising in fire safety for 70 years now – treats your projects just like a personal tailor would, creating a fire-safety concept specific to each individual building. It applies its expertise in national and international standards to your special technical fire-safety needs.
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