We bring our expertise in a broad range of technologies to bear on the development of the most cost-effective and efficient smoke control solution for your building, no matter how large or complex it is.
The importance of a well-designed smoke control system
If there is a fire, a well designed smoke control system can save lives and help protect your property. It will:
Why choose Colt?
Colt can provide a complete package of scheme design, manufacture, installation, commissioning and maintenance.
Every type of building presents different dynamics and requirements, and when you work with Colt, you can count on full peace of mind in every phase of the project and for the full life cycle of your system because our experts understand the engineering and architectural challenges of different buildings.
You can count on Colt to:
With Colt you are in the hands of the best
We helped pioneer the science of smoke control and have been a major contributor to the research on the behaviour of smoke and fires since the 1950s. We are able to apply our extensive expertise to develop tailor made solutions for our customers and all these years we have built an enviable track record.
Colt smoke control systems
Smoke and Heat Exhaust Ventilation Systems (SHEVS). Whether these are natural or powered, they remove smoke from the building. Inlet ventilators, dampers and ductwork are also often integrated into the scheme.
Smoke Containment Systems. These prevent the movement of smoke and heat from one area to another. They take the form either of physical barriers such as smoke curtains or fire curtains, or as pressure differential systems, also known as pressurisation systems.
Car Park Ventilation Systems. Induction (or jet) fans clear smoke from enclosed or underground car parks. These are often combined with fume ventilation to prevent the build-up of vehicle exhaust gases in normal day to day use of the car park. Louvres, dampers, and powered smoke extraction fans are also often integrated into the scheme.
“Smoke is the greatest threat in a fire. A fire can fill an area of 10,000m2 with smoke within minutes. 5 breaths are all it takes to lose consciousness. Effective smoke control saves lives”.