BWF-CERTIFIRE

The BWF-CERTIFIRE Fire Door and Doorset Scheme was established by a group of Prime Fire Door Manufacturers aiming to increase the standard of fire doors across the supply chain, the Scheme covers fire door manufacturing, converting fire doors, ironmongery, intumescent seals and glazing systems, and merchants and installers. The Scheme is operated and managed by the British Woodworking Federation (BWF).

British Woodworking Federation Ltd
The Building Centre
26 Store Street
London
WC1E 7BT
UK
Website: www.bwfcertifire.org.uk/
Email: firedoors@bwf.org.uk
Tel: 0844 209 2610

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Fire doors in houses of multiple occupancy (HMO) – factsheet and checklist for tenants 2017 Green
BPG BWF-Certifire fire doors and doorsets. Architects. Best practice guide 2016 Green
BPG BWF-Certifire fire doors and doorsets. Housebuilders. Best practice guide 2016 Green
BPG BWF-Certifire fire doors and doorsets. Refurbishment. Best practice guide 2016 Green
BPG BWF-Certifire fire doors and doorsets 2016 Green
FC Assess the risks 2012 Green
FC Don't crack when the heat is on - giving you the facts about glazing of 30-minute fire doors (FD-30) 2012 Green
FC Guiding you to safety - giving you the facts about Building Regulations 2012 Green
FC How healthy are your fire doors? 2012 Green
FC Is your metal in tune? Giving you the facts about ironmongery on fire doors 2012 Green
FC Maintenance. A fire door is for life, look after yours 2012 Green
FC Mind the gap - giving you the facts about fire door seals 2012 Green
FC Some things don't work on their own - giving you the facts about doorsets and door assemblies 2012 Green
FC Spot the difference! 2012 Green
FC Who was to blame? Not me! 2012 Green
FC Your silent guard - giving you the facts about passive fire protection 2012 Green
GUI Fire doors - the burning issues 2007 Green
ISH Timber doors (including fire doors) - handling and storage on site 2014 Green

 

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