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What does a fire damper do?

Fire dampers are vital applications used for ventilation and heating protection. Fire dampers close their vents on the detection of heat when the room temperature rises to a certain degree this automatically triggers the damper door to close and prevents the fire from spreading or passing to other uncontaminated zones. The fire damper is designed and manufactured with high standards that can withstand excessively high temperatures from breaking through the barriers.

What is the purpose of fire dampers

In the event of a fire, it is vitally important that the ventilation ductworks are equipped with fire dampers to prevent the raging fires from spreading. Due to the self-sustaining nature of fire, it is of the utmost importance that the highest quality of ductworks are installed to allow occupants to exit the building safely, thereby preventing a disastrous outcome.

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