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Preventive fire protection with Bilfinger Industrial Services - minimizing loss expense and downtimes
Preventive or passive fire protection can help to improve the safety of staff, industrial assets and production processes. Numerous construction elements and plant parts must be protected. For instance, steel and concrete structures lose their rigidity at high temperatures and may collapse. Accordingly, they must be shielded from the effects of heat either by means of special fire protection cladding or insulation. Piping frequently runs along rescue or escape routes and must therefore be fitted with appropriate fire protection. Electrical installations and smoke-exhaust/ventilation systems, barriers, room sealing and support frames require specially tailored fireproofing. By pre-emptively fireproofing their plants, companies ensure that loss and reconstruction expense is kept as low as possible and interruptions to production are minimised.
Individual fire protection solutions
The experts at Bilfinger Industrial Services offer a comprehensive package of services encompassing planning and consulting, execution and documentation as well as maintenance and repairs addressing all key aspects of fire protection. They prepare individual fire protection solutions providing the optimum technical and business answers. They are always based on the legislative requirements and the specifics of the individual case. One key element of Bilfinger Industrial Services' expertise is the fact that its specialists are certified. In addition, the teams of experts are able to rely on extensive knowledge in thermal and low-temperature insulation as well as noise control.
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