The PFS Barrier Management Program is a plan of action designed specifically for your facility. This program offers legal compliance through the implementation of operational procedures, submittal processes, quality assurance expectations and ongoing firestopping support.
At PFS, we customize our Barrier Management Program for each unique organization we work with. Our teams design facility-specific operating procedures, developing a submittal process, setting quality assurance (QA) expectations and following firestop installation requirements. We use penetration permits to maintain control of where work is done and to allow for follow-up inspections.
Our Barrier Management Program does more than offer a facility control of its fire-rated barriers. PFS teams document procedures meticulously, ensuring confidence in the effectiveness of fire-rated barriers upon a program review. After completing the PFS Barrier Management Program, your barriers will be safe, you’ll have the documentation to prove it and provide ongoing QA.
PFS teams select and install the UL listed Through-Penetration Firestop System that specifically matches your field conditions. We work with all types of hourly rated assemblies, and our teams are experienced with a broad variety of penetrating items and configurations.
Is your facility complicated? At PFS, we see access issues as creative opportunities.
When you choose PFS for your UL listed Construction Joint Firestop System installation, you’re choosing experts in all types of hourly rated assemblies.
Our teams are skilled with various joint sizes and configurations, including single-sided joint system installation.
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Sometimes, a traditional UL listed firestop system will not address the unique conditions of your building. In these instances, PFS facilitates Engineering Judgments, which recommend alternative methods to bring your structure into compliance with firestop standards.
Kitchens require special care. Our PFS teams meet this need through installation of fire-rated enclosure systems designed to protect exhaust and grease ducts
Thanks to advancements in technology, the means of egress is no longer tied to your building’s electrical system or emergency generator. Photoluminescent lighting provides additional ways to mark exits. With access to various product lines, our PFS teams can now design and install facility-specific photoluminescence systems.
Another key aspect of passive fire protection is the installation of thin coat Architectural Grade Fireproofing material. We provide this important service for the hourly rating of structural steel members.