Plumis has been announced as one of ten finalists in the QBE AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge, a virtual accelerator programme for the world’s foremost urban technology start-ups.
Encasement’s Versa range provides a cost-effective, durable and easy-fit solution when boxing-in surface-mounted sprinkler pipework.
Automist, from Plumis, is a contemporary alternative to traditional sprinklers and is being used by a growing number of homeowners and architects.
Encasement ‘Versa’ fire sprinkler boxing has concealed surface mounted fire sprinkler pipework at four South Tyneside Council tower blocks in Hebburn and Jarrow.
The publication of the Phase 1 report from the Grenfell Tower Inquiry in October 2019 was yet another stark reminder of the essential role that fire safety plays in all residential buildings, according to Encasement.
Inadvertently contravening compliance and sustainability policies is the topic of discussion in this piece from Encasement.
Encasement’s Versa sprinkler system pipe boxing conceals sprinkler system pipework and saves time and cost.
Encasement’s ‘Versa 5’ pre-formed plywood fire sprinkler boxing will provide an aesthetic finish to the installation of new fire sprinkler systems at student accommodation blocks in Wolverhampton.
Local authorities, housing associations & contractor partners could be contravening the government’s ‘Timber Procurement Policy’ guidelines – Encasement says.
If you are installing or retro-fitting fire sprinkler systems in tower blocks and flats, Encasement’s ‘Versa’ pipe boxing range provides the ideal cost effective solution for concealing sprinkler pipework.