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Automatic Smoke Vents

January 27, 2020

Automatic Smoke Vents protect property and aid firefighters in bringing a fire under control by removing smoke, heat, and gases from a burning building. Smoke vents are ideally suited for large expanses of unobstructed space such as factories, warehouses, auditoriums, and retail facilities. Mechanical smoke vents are activated upon the melting of a fusible link and options are available for smoke detector and fire alarm activation.

Type DSH-Automatic Smoke Vent

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Aid Firefighters in bringing a fire under control by removing smoke, heat and gasses from a burning building. Type DSH double leaf automatic smoke vents are the most economical way to add fire venting protect in large areas such as warehouses or manufacturing facilities. Double leaf automatic smoke vents are available in steel or aluminum construction and in a number of standard UL-listed sizes.

Type SV-Automatic Smoke Vent

Automatic Smoke Vents

Automatic smoke vents aid Firefighters in bringing a fire under control by removing smoke, heat and gasses from a burning building. Type SV single leaf smoke vents are ideal for applications requiring smaller vent areas, such as elevator shafts or stair wells. Available in galvanized steel or aluminum construction and in a number of standard sizes. Polycarbonate dome covers are also available for natural daylighting.

Lumivent®-Daylighting Smoke Vent

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All the security and value of an automatic smoke vent with the added benefits of a skylight. The Lumivent® features a multi-wall polycarbonate cover design that resists UV degradation and offers superior insulation performance over traditional domes. Vents are available in aluminum construction and in a number of UL-Listed standard sizes.

Type ACDSH-Acoustical Smoke Vent

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The type ACDSH acoustical smoke vent is designed to guard against noise intrusion while providing the security of automatic smoke venting. Acoustical vents feature an industry-high STC 46 sound rating. They are ideal for concert halls, theaters and other interior applications that require limited noise from the outside. Vents are available in steel construction and in a number of UL-Listed standard sizes.

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Company: Bilco

Product: Automatic Smoke Vents

Source: https://www.bilco.com/SCResult/Automatic-Smoke-Vents-301



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