CFP Ltd aim to raise fire awareness in the workplace

Complete Fire Protection Ltd. specialise in passive fire protection products for buildings and through the use of inturnescent products are aiming to highlight how critical these can be in saving lives in commercial builidings. CFP Limited want to get the message across that the vast range of fire retardant products are incredibly effective and go way beyond simply meeting safety requirement guidelines.

In order to showcase the vital roles that inturnescent materials play in preventing potential human tragedy, CFP have released a free guide that is available on their website at to explain further how inturnescent products actually and the best way they can be applied towards safety in the workplace.

CFP Ltd Manager Robyn Maggs says “We all expect to be safe from fire when we’re at work or public buildings. Intumescent products are the vital behind the scenes, extra layer of protection that saves lives.”

“With this Free Guide we hope people will understand more about the range and versatility of intumescent fire protection products and how they could be used beyond the minimum Building Regs requirement to keep us all safe” said Robyn.

Intumescent materials react to the heat of fires by expanding and producing a char which is a poor thermal conductor. Their inclusion in all pathways within buildings that a fire could use to spread provide a ‘passive’ layer of protection that stops flames, gasses and smoke from spreading between rooms and floors.

These passive structural fire protection elements are used in conjunction with the more visible and well known active and automatic fire protection systems such as alarms, sprinklers and extinguishers.

Intumescent fire protection products are available to stop the spread of fire smoke and gases through ventilation systems, electrical trunking, electrical sockets and switches, pipes, electric lights, doors and door frames, and a host of other areas. There are also intumescent paints, varnishes and coatings for a variety of surfaces.

To download the Free Guide go to and click on the ‘Free Book – Download Now’ link.