Safety during an emergency. Suffocation from smoke inhalation is a major concern when developing a building’s fire emergency plan. In order for occupants to escape in the event of a fire emergency, smoke must be removed as quickly as possible from the building. At the same time, this allows fire service professionals to extinguish the fire safely and effectively.
I have questions about smoke ventilation
Natural or passive smoke ventilation quickly vents smoke through the automatic opening of high-level smoke vents while low-level openings will allow replacement air to enter. In this way, the smoke is allowed out and fresh air comes in.
Naturally venting the smoke also prevents the building from overheating, which could cause explosions of smoke gases.
WindowMaster has two smoke ventilation solutions designed to address fire and smoke emergency needs in buildings of all sizes.
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