Fire Attenuation Screen
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Crimsafe’s Fire Attenuating features can save you money and allow building flexibility
In many cases, the minimisation of heat flux can eliminate the need for water drenching systems covering window openings, saving money before and after the unfortunate event of fire.
Product Overview: Fire Attenuation Screen
If your home or business is ever caught up in a bushfire, Crimsafe doors and windows will help to protect it from damage.
Floating embers, radiant heat or naked flames all pose an ignition risk to your property. But Crimsafe won’t permit floating embers to pass through window spaces, and its fire attenuation feature will reduce the intensity of radiant heat flux and naked flame by up to 45% (confirmed through stringent testing by the CSIRO).
Features & Benefits
When building in the city, Crimsafe’s Fire Attenuating features can save you money and allow more flexibility in building design. Because of its unique properties, Crimsafe mesh allows for building designs with open-able or fixed windows within 3 metres of the boundary of an adjoining property or 6 metres between buildings on the same allotment.
Choose from a wide range of Crimsafe products suited to Doors, Windows and Patio Enclosures. Also Safe-S-Scape applications like,Outswinging, Inswinging and Sliding.
Does Crimsafe Fire Reduce The Radiant Heat Of A Fire?
Yes, its fire attenuation feature will reduce the intensity of radiant heat flux and naked flame by up to 45%.
Can Floating Embers From A Fire Pass Through Crimsafe?
No, Crimsafe won’t permit floating embers to pass through window spaces.
Does Crimsafe Meet The Building Code Of Australia?
Yes, as Crimsafe products are fully compliant with AS3959-2009 Construction of Buildings in Bushfire-Prone Areas and meet the requirements of BAL-FZ.
How Can I Escape Out A Crimsafe Window?
Safe-S-Cape keyless window exits are the only way to ensure the peace of mind offered by security screens without locking you and your family in the home during an emergency.