SmokeShield PTC 'ES' Rated Automatic Fire Damper

Smokeshield PTC
PTC Smokeshield
Smokeshield PTC
PTC Smokeshield

SmokeShield PTC 'ES' Rated Automatic Fire Damper

Key Features

 

  • Proportional Torque Control (PTC) for optimised torque performance

  • Unique snaplock™ drive interface ensures user friendly connection of Control Mode

  • Easy connection to square, rectangular, circular and flat oval ductwork

  • Choice of tested Installation Methods to suit Concrete/ Masonry Floors & Walls and Dry Walls

  • Choice of electrical Control Modes

  • Unique and patented Electrical Thermal Release for ultimate safety

  • Halogen Free low smoke and fume cabling supplied as standard

  • Actionpac damper Control System compatibility

  • CE marked fulfilling the requirements of EN 15650 , Approved by LPCB and conforms to LPS1162 issue 4. Fire tested to EN 1366-2. Classified to EN 13501-3,  ASFP Grey Book listed.

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Description

The SmokeShield range of Fire/Smoke dampers are CE Marked ‘ES’ Rated dampers used to prevent spread of fire and smoke maintaining compartmentation.

SmokeShield PTC™ ‘ES’ Rated Fire Dampers to maximum width and height dimensions can be used where the operating total system pressure is up to 1500 Pascals and duct velocities to 15m/second. The SmokeShield PTC™ Damper blades are open and fail-safe to the closed position. Dampers may be installed both vertically and horizontally. Airflow can be from either direction.

Actionair SmokeShield PTC™ Dampers are designed for applications in normal dry filtered air systems. If exposed to fresh air intakes and/or inclement conditions, the dampers should be subject to a planned inspection programme. For specialist and/or aggressive applications, please refer to Actionair Sales Office.

Construction

With double skin spigotted galvanised steel (to BS EN 10346:2009) 1.2mm thick casing the SmokeShield PTC™ ES classified Fire Dampers comply to Class A and B of Eurovent Document 2/2 and Test Procedures for Classes A, B and Cof HVCA Ductwork Specification DW144.

Specification

SmokeShield PTC™ Proportional Torque Control, CE Marked 'ES’ Rated Fire Dampers. Opposed bladed with 75mm x 0.5mm thick stainless steel aerodynamic interlocking blades incorporating synthetic seal, with steel blade end bearings and peripheral gasketting. Housed in a galvanised steel fully welded 1.2mm spigotted casing suitable for square, rectangular, circular or flat oval connections.

The totally enclosed precise movement opposed blade drive shall be positioned out of airstream for protection against damage, be hard wearing and free running. The Control Mode/Damper connection shall be by means of the snaplock™ drive interface mechanism, which is totally independent of the ductwork.

SmokeShield PTC™ 'ES’ Rated Fire Dampers with their appropriate control modes shall have spring Fail-Safe Closed operation only, with selected Control Mode (M5 24V, M6 230V, M5 - 3P 24V) as supplied by Actionair.

Dimensions

SmokeShield PTC™ ES Rated Fire Dampers to maximum width and height dimensions can be used where the operating total system pressure is up to 1500 Pascals and duct velocities to 15m/second.

The SmokeShield PTC™ Damper blades are open and fail-safe to the closed position.

Dampers may be installed both vertically and horizontally.

Airflow can be from either direction.

SmokeShield PTC™ Maintenance

The SmokeShield PTC™ Dampers are designed for applications in normal dry filtered air systems.

Adequate access must be provided to fire dampers to enable inspection, maintenance and cleaning. This would normally be in the form of access panels/doors. At least one access point is required for access, but access both sides may be required for cleaning (refer to the relevant ductwork cleaning standards) Dampers require cleaning and light oil lubrication.

Regular testing/inspection by suitably qualified personnel shall be undertaken.

The requirements in BS 9999 should be checked, as these products may form some part of a controlled system that responds to alarms. Some automatic systems may allow more frequent testing (48 hours or less), but physical inspection is still required at the prescribed intervals. Some systems, where cleanliness is an issue due to site conditions, may require more frequent inspection, testing and cleaning.


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