3 Types of Fire-Rated Expansion Joint Systems
In most commercial buildings expansion joints are a fact of life. These joints are necessary to accommodate expected building movements due to thermal changes, wind sway and differential movement… https://wp.me/p8nKJR-gg
In the event of a fire, a missing, empty or tampered fire extinguisher can lead to catastrophic loss. It is this reason that the installation of fire extinguisher cabinets is necessary. Fire extinguisher cabinets are designed to keep fire extinguishers, hoses and blankets secure while still providing accessibility in the event of a fire emergency. Although there are many options for fire extinguisher cabinets, we will cover the top three commercial uses.
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As a manufacturer of Expansion Joint Systems, we see a lot of mistakes on expansion joints that cause biding confusion and the inevitable change order. Some of the most common problems Continue reading