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Concrete passive fire protection is applied by Barrier where there is a high risk of a structure suffering a major impact – for instance, a column in a car park.

Concrete grouting is also used to fill in any gaps – i.e. where the column joins its base.

Although the use of concrete precedes the development of epoxy products, it is still widely used – for example during the company’s work on the Exxon Rotterdam Advanced Hydrocracker Project.

Barrier’s fire-proofers are also able to offer additional services on site, such as pumping specialist mastics into gaps in concrete on facility roadways and pathways.

Why Use Barrier Fire Protection

Working to comprehensive certification standards

We are committed to achieving the most comprehensive certification standards for our clients.

Global Safety

We work to a range of strict rules and have one Golden Rule: If work conditions have become unsafe you must stop work immediately.

Rapid quotation times

We ensure all our clients and potential customer receive a rapid quatation time for any of their queries.

Competitively priced

We deliver a quality and compliant service for a very competitive price.

Quality design

All of our products are designed by leading engineers with a vast amount of experience. All products are designed and manufactured in the UK.

Conformity and compliance guaranteed

All our work conforms and complies with the strict regulations that mean you receive the best from Barrier Fire Protection.

Our Services

Flexible Jet-Fire Protection jackets to ESD valves, actuators, control panels, pipe flanges & equipment

Syntactic insulation coatings

Combined passive fire protection, thermal insulation , cryogenic insulation and CSP cold spill protection solutions

Penetration fire seals

Shotcrete, concrete, grouting, concrete slab expansion jointing

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