- Rockfon Limited
Offers ceiling systems that are durable and long lasting and have a high resistance to moisture and humidity.
- Panelcraft Access Panels Ltd
Manufacturers of fire-rated steel panels that provide protected openings in ceilings and walls for access to building engineering services.
- MgO Limited
MgO Limited provides a comprehensive range of magnesium oxide products that can be used by specifiers throughout a design. We can supply a complete internal wall system for your project using the most appropriate materials for each project.
- Cembrit Limited
Building material producers with over 60 years experience in the manufacture of fibre reinforced cement products for the roofing and cladding industry.
Where to buy fire resistant ceiling panels
- Armstrong World Industries Ltd (Ceiling Division) - Building Products Division, Armstrong House, 38 Market Square, Uxbridge, Greater London, UB8 1NG, 0800 371849
- Knauf AMF Ceilings Ltd - 1 Swan Road, South West Industrial Estate, Peterlee, Peterlee, County Durham, SR8 2HS, 0191 5188600
- OWA (UK) Ltd - Unit 10, Perth Trading Estate, Perth Avenue, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 4XX, 01753 552489
I have been advised by a supplier of domestic oil tanks that I must install/fix fire resistant panels to the ceiling of the shed housing the tank.
Cann you please advise: material and cost and if there is any reason I cannot fix these myself. Ceiling space is 7' x 5'
As the Local Authority Building Control Officer will need to inspect and OK the tank and its' housing, I would strongly advise you speak to them before installation (they may also be able to give you some useful tips). Once they have given you the specifications they are looking for then I'm sure any of the companies above would be pleased to help you obtain the panels.
Debbie Prince- The Construction Centre
We have been asked to a carry out work on a new spray bay at a vehicle repair centre can you give any information regarding regulations and the 60min fire retardant board we consider would be needed?
I have been told to fix 3 fire resistant panels on a ceiling where the pipes run to the flue from the boiler cupboard. This is so the joints on the pipes can be inspected.
How do i go about it?
Where can i buy them from?
How much will it cost?