" Thank you to all the Staff at Anglian Intumescent,
for assisting me in the upgrading works to my existing Oak panelled doors,
great attention to detail, always happy to help,
will definately recommend to friands and family" Miss Jane Tilbert
"Great customer service,
advised me in the correct products to use and how to install them myself,
even provided a self certification also building control more than happy with the final works" Mr Alan Colins
This is currently an ongoing project working on a Grade II Georgian and later listed buildings. The building comprises of 26 bedrooms & Grand Luxe Suites with a rich and elegant venue for Dinning and Socialising, Cocktail Bar & Intimate Lounges, Oyster Bar Style Brasserie, Terrace & Gardens and much more.
Anglian Intumescent Ltd are currently carrying out all necessary fire prevention works to, Ceiling, Doors, Walls, Stairs Roof Voids, Air Conditioning Units and Stained Glass Protection.
Anglian Intumescent Ltd worked along side Ralph & Brown Building Restoration & Stonemansonry & The National Trust to carry out works to the existing doors to make them FD30S - half hour fire rated doors, in accordance with BS476 Part 20,21 & 22 (1987). this was acheived by applying intumescent coating system using product 42 range and product 38 intumescent membrane.
A brief history:
Thorington Hall was built in the 1600's. The building has an unusual shape which is believed to be because of the adjoining buildings, which have since been demolished. When looking at the staggered roofline this shows the difference between the 1630 house and the 1700 extension.
Anglian Intumescents carried out passive fire containment work at the restoration of the historic Stotfold Water Mill in Hertfordshire.Stotfold Water Mill on the River Ivel, a Grade 2 Listed working mill which has been restored by a team from Stotfold Mill Preservation Trust.Water mills are considered by some to be a relic of the past but, for many, the beauty and nostalgia of this bygone industry is well worth preserving.Stotfold Water Mill is located eight miles from Stevenage, Hertfordshire and is 1000 years old.The team of volunteers and specialist mill craftsmen from Stotfold Mill Preservation Trust rebuilt the mill after a devastating fire in 1992.After all of the restoration and conservation work has been completed, the mill will open its doors to the public and will also be available for events and conferences.To protect the property against a potential repeat of the disastrous 1992 fire, which virtually gutted the mill, the Stotfold Mill Preservation Trust decided that passive fire containment work should be supervised byJenny Hull of technical fire consultancy Anglian Intumescents of Sandy, Bedfordshire.Jenny has many years of implementing effective passive fire protection in historic properties, for organisations such as the National Trust and English Heritage.Her dedicated team, who are all members of the Nationwide Association of Passive Fire Installers and Specifiers (NAPFIS), have implemented certain fire-stopping measures selected by the Stotfold Mill Preservation Trust to ensure that the fabric of this delightful building is offered fire protection.The elements requiring protection included wooden beams on three floors of the mill, so the team decided to tackle this by utilising Envirograf Product 42 (HW02) water-based clear intumescent fire protection coating system for many of the exposed wooden beams.The HW coating system can be applied by brush or spray and it offers up to 60 minutes of fire protection as well as a superb finish.
HW02 coating has attained category B/S1/d0 of European Standard EN13501 Parts EN13823 (2002) single burn test (SBI) and EN11925-2 (2002) ignitability test.The coating has also been tested for 60 minutes on load-bearing floors (Chiltern test certificate IF98078).
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Springfield house is located in the old picturest town of Stevenage it is a well known community centre, it is a key building in the old conservation area. It is a red bricked old style house full of character which you would expect with a building of its age.
Anglian Intumescent Limited completed work last year at the Springfield House by upgrading all of there exisiting doors to bring them up to most recent fire regualtions.
Other locations Anglian Intumescent Ltd have completed work at: