ON LINE & F/F SAIRAC JHB – TECHNICAL TALK – RON BURNS – FIRE SERVE
You are invited to our Online Johannesburg Technical Talk on 20 May 2021.
The topic is High Temperature Duct in accordance with EN12101. Steel does not prevent the transfer of heat and spread of fire; compliance is critical and is presented by Ron Burns.
Ron has been in the HVAC and SHEVS industry since 1987, with a wealth of knowledge he is willing to share with the industry when assessing high temperature and smoke ventilation solutions. Ron is currently a Director of Fire Serve, his working knowledge of EN 12101 allows him to engage with designers of smoke ventilation systems allowing confident specification of compliant high-tech products allowing the designer confidence in selecting equipment which is fit for purpose.
High Temperature Duct in accordance with EN12101. Steel does not prevent the transfer of heat and spread of fire; compliance is critical
The starting point of any design is understanding the Clients requirement. In high temperature environments assessing the risks is fundamental, asking what can go wrong is imperative. The cheapest solution may provide the Client with a cost incentive, however, cost versus performance is a non-negotiable when kitchen canopy extraction ducts are burning. Smoke ventilation duct passing through common areas run the risk of failing at elevated temperatures. The talk will also investigate some overlooked principles which can result in unplanned and unwanted consequences in fire conditions.
Please note that advanced Pre-registration is required. Registration is of course free as always.
Date & Time: 20 May 2021, 18h30.
Please note that your entry is muted (video & sound) for the sake of keeping the online traffic as low as possible. We will open this for discussion regarding the topic after the presentation. Please feel free to ask questions in the chat section during the presentation. We will have a Q & A session at the end of the meeting and hopefully cover any related questions you might have.
SAIRAC JOHANNESBURG CENTRE
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