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    Our Fire Protection Services:

    At B-Line, we are committed to enhancing the safety of your buildings with our specialized fire protection services. Our techniques in Intumescent Painting, Batt & Mastic installation, and fire-rated dry lining ensures utmost precautions at all places.

    B-line is a FIRAS-accredited company with years of experience in passive fire protection, dedicated to reducing lateral and vertical fire spreads. Fire Stopping is more than a process; it's a guarantee for safety. By carefully sealing any openings and utilizing fire collars, we ensure fire, smoke, and heat prevention from passing between different building compartments.

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    At B-Line we have a strong sense of attaining our business goals and objectives. Our strongest and most important business objectives are to be efficient and safe. Health and Safety takes precedence over anything we do. We have a proud record with regards to the health and safety of our staff and those that we work with.

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    Concrete Cutting
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    Why Choose B-line for Premium Fire Protection Services?

    B-Line's commitment to raising fire safety standards sets us apart in the industry. As a FIRAS-accredited company, we are well-equipped with an experienced team of professionals to handle all forms of passive fire protection work.

    We understand the urgency and the need for impeccable finishes, and our certification in fireproofing jobs stands testament to our quality. We’re not just a company; we’re a promise of safety, efficiency, and excellence.

    Choose B-Line for your fire protection needs, and join our growing family of satisfied customers who trust us for safety and excellence

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    Quality Intumescent Painting & Installation

    Comprehensive Fire Rated Dry Lining

    Expert Sealing for Lateral and Vertical Spread

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    020 8391 2701

    Monday – Friday
    8.00 am – 7.00 pm / Sunday (Closed)

    Unit 5A Lombard Road,
    London, SW19 3TZ


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      • How can I find a reliable fire-stopping company?

        To find a reliable fire-stopping company, you can start by checking for accreditation with FIRAS. FIRAS is a trusted third-party organization that audits fire-stopping companies against existing British standards. Certified companies can be found on the FIRAS website.  By choosing a company with FIRAS accreditation, you can have peace of mind knowing that they have met the necessary requirements for effective fire protection.

      • Are there regulations or standards for fire stopping?

        Yes, there are regulations and standards for fire stopping in order to ensure proper fire protection. These regulations and standards are put in place to minimize the spread of fire and smoke through openings in buildings, such as wall and floor penetrations. The goal is to maintain the integrity of fire-rated barriers and prevent the passage of flames and toxic gases.

      • What is the difference between fire-stopping and fireproofing?

        Fire-stopping and fireproofing are two different aspects of fire protection. Fire-stopping refers to the process of sealing or filling gaps and penetrations in buildings to prevent the spread of fire, smoke, and toxic gases. On the other hand, fireproofing involves applying fire-resistant materials or coatings to surfaces or structures to increase their resistance to fire. While fire-stopping focuses on containment, fireproofing enhances the fire resistance of materials. 

      • What is Intumescent Paint?

        Intumescent paint is a special type of paint that provides fire protection. It works by expanding or swelling when it gets hot, like in a fire, forming a thick insulating layer. This layer helps to slow down the spread of flames and keeps the underlying structure protected for a longer time. It’s an effective method of fire protection commonly used in buildings and structures.

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