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SAFETY & SECURITY


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Enhancing passive fire safety at the Puro Hotel


maximum safety and compliance – while delivering a stylish solution. Installed and supplied by our UK partner, Checkmate Fire, we work together to deliver the best-in-class, fully accredited installs, ensuring the ongoing compliance of your buildings. As a company focusing on fire-resistant, frameless aluminium systems, we have


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ixing aesthetics, acoustics and assurance, Alufire’s fire resistant glazing provides our clients with


decades of experience in designing, manufacturing and distributing the highest quality of fire-resistant aluminium joinery. Managing the project from conception to completion, our delivery teams collaborate closely with architects to determine product specification, efficient manufacturing, and a timely final product installation and certification. Alufire’s fire resistant glazing products are


used extensively throughout the UK and Europe, protecting a wide range of environments, including public spaces, industry, offices, theatres, education centres and hotels. As the hotel sector invests further in passive fire solutions, we are proud to showcase our recent project at Puro Hotel.


PURO HOTEL, POLAND – CASE STUDY


Client: Genfer Products utilised – Vision Line, Classic Line doors


Fire resistance - EI30, EI60 Total weight of the construction/glass - 10700kg


Area: 235M2 (2530 FT2)


PROJECT ANALYSIS At the beginning of 2019, in the center of the Polish city Łodz, opposite to one of the city’s biggest buildings – the neo-baroque Izrael


Poznański’s palace, a new four-star hotel was inaugurated under the Puro brand. The hotel has 136 rooms, a restaurant, a bar on


the roof-garden with a view to the city, conference rooms and even a cinema called “Cinema Paradiso”. The interior was designed by the London based firm Superfutures. The impressive interior design follows the artistic and cinematic tradition of the city and the strategy and tradition of Puro’s parent company Genfer. As a project that strategically wanted to focus on design, aesthetics and functionality, Alufire products were a perfect fit.


THE SOLUTION The frameless fire-resistant system, Alufire Vision Line (AVL) was chosen to complete the sophisticated and modern interior of Puro hotel in Łodz. The AVL system was used among others to complete the obstacle-free views from the corridors, staircase and some rooms to the internal atrium. Mounted on the edge of the ceiling without handrails due to the incredible 1000N/m of force sustained, AVL gives the possibility of creating wide, undisturbed view lines optically enlarging the space and allowing natural and artificial light to reach more spaces. This solution’s primary function though is restricting and resisting fire, up to 60 minutes. And AVL ensures in this project too, the safety of people in a fire emergency. If this sounds like something you need, get


in touch with our UK partner, Checkmate Fire, on info@checkmatefire.com.


01422 376436 www.checkmatefire.com


ADF NOVEMBER 2020


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