Smoke Guard provides innovative and aesthetically appealing fire and smoke protection systems to fit any purpose and any opening in your building.
Smoke Guard's complete range of curtain systems is flexible - both physically and in application. Our protective systems can cover any opening, from small dimension dumbwaiters and pass-through counters to expansive atrium spaces and proscenium curtains for theater stage spaces. Smoke Guard is the industry leader in smoke rated fabric curtains.
In combination with the fire-rated doors used in nearly all elevators, our elevator smoke containment curtains provide comprehensive and code-compliant smoke and draft opening protection. These units are easy to install in elevator openings and integrate seamlessly with existing fire protection systems to quickly bring a structure up to code.
Vertically deploying fire and smoke rated curtains that are an economical choice for openings. SmokeGuard provides solutions that work well for atrium separation, openings in walls, and for specialty enclosures where fire-rated protection is required. Specific vertical fire and smoke rated curtains can also be specified with manual egress.
The Smoke Guard offers a fire-rated assembly designed to function as a horizontally deploying opening protective between floors. Horizontal curtain deployment allows designers to compartmentalize large spaces such as atriums, drastically reducing, or even eliminating mechanical smoke evacuation systems.
Smoke Guard offers fire-rated curtains, does not require corner support posts, and is the ideal solution for vertically deploying perimeter curtain applications. This type of fire curtain can shield staircases or escalators from smoke and flames, or provide a reservoir for smoke on the upper floors of an atrium or other open space. This perimeter curtain can be an effective complement to existing mechanical smoke and fire containment systems or additional fire curtains.
SG Draft is a cost-effective, static curtain strategy for warehouses, aircraft hangers, and manufacturing environments, used in both sprinklered and non-sprinklered buildings for automatic smoke removal. Draft curtains channel the ceiling jet away from the fire and out of the building via roof vents either to automatically remove the smoke or to delay sprinkler activation.