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FSD-TD Series - Introduction

What is a fire damper and why might they be needed?

A fire damper is a device for use in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems at fire boundaries to maintain compartmentation and protect means of escape in case of fire.

The BSB FSD-TD series of fire and smoke dampers are carefully engineered to fulfil the above and to have the advantage of having reduced smoke leakage characteristics. They can respond to a smoke alarm input as well as having a failsafe thermal fuse.

Integration with systems such as BSB's smoke control panels will give this functionality.

This means that specifiers can safely select the BSB FSD-TD series for use in HVAC ductwork systems to safely fulfil the regulations in the form of Approved Document B (ADB) to protect both escape routes and areas with sleeping risk, as well as standard compartmentation.

Fire damper testing is generally undertaken to BS EN 1366-2 and for a fire damper to fulfil the requirement to protect escape routes and areas with sleeping risk they must be classified ES to BS EN 13501-3.�

BSB Engineering Services Ltd. reserves the right to modify or withdraw any specification without prior notice that may result from continuous product development. The information contained within this website is for reference only. Full product details should be obtained from our Sales Office.

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