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Fire stopping/compartmentation in service risers.


Jack Atkinson
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Hi, I hope you can help?

Should service riser cupboards in tall buildings (above two stories) have fire stopping fitted between the levels to establish compartmentation? I was under the impression they should if they were taller than two stories high yet I’m carrying some work out in a hotel and I can see all of the way down from the top (4th floor) to the bottom (ground floor). The riser shaft does have fd30 doors fitted at each access point but I was still under the impression that they required between level stopping? The riser shaft is situated in a communal corridor to the hotel outside of hotel room entrances.

Thanks,

Jack.

 

 

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