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Roofing; Security & tenant safety


Encasement’s simple solution to conceal fire sprinkler system pipework


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here fire sprinkler systems are being installed or retro-fitted in tower blocks and flats, Encasement’s ‘Versa’


pipe boxing range provides the perfect cost effec- tive solution for concealing sprinkler pipework. Manufactured from pre-formed FSC® certified


plywood and pre-finished in a durable white melamine, Versa ‘L’ shaped boxing is available in either 5mm or 8mm thicknesses for use within flats and communal areas, such as stairs and lift lobbies where sprinklers are required. Versa boxing can be used with standard


sprinkler heads or concealed ‘pop-out’ units with cover caps. Available in a wide range of sizes,


Versasprinkler pipe boxing helps save on installation time, as there’s no need for fabrication or painting on site. All that’s required is for the boxing to be cut to length and holes drilled for the sprinkler heads before securing to the wall or ceiling. Encasement’s Managing Director, Martin


Taylor, commented “Our fire sprinkler boxing has already been installed on a large number of number of high rise refurbishment projects, where pipework and sprinklers need to be concealed for both aesthetic and practical reasons. Not only are they cost effective and easy to install,


but Encasement also holds a full FSC® ‘Chain of Custody’ certification, which certifies that our products are manufactured from sustainable timbers. This means that local authorities can


meet their compliance obligations under UK government procurement guidance.”


01733 266 889 www.encasement.co.uk


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