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Smoke Control Association

Formerly the Smoke Ventilation Association, the Smoke Control Association formulates standards and policy for the design, manufacture, installation, service and maintenance of smoke control equipment.

c/o Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA)
2 Waltham Court
Milley Lane
Hare Hatch
Reading
RG10 9TH
UK

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Application of smoke control equipment and systems: guide to good practice. Issue 1 1994 Red
CFD modelling for car park ventilation systems - a guide for designers and regulators 2007 Green
Design of smoke ventilation systems for loading bays and coach parks - a guide for system designers 2010 Green
Guidance for the design of smoke ventilation systems for covered and underground car parks. Issue 1 1994 Red
Guidance for the design of smoke ventilation systems for covered and underground car parks 1994 Red
Guidance for the design of smoke ventilation systems for single storey industrial buildings, including those with mezzanine floors, and high racked storage warehouses. Issue 3 1994 Red
Guidance note for the use of inverters or variable speed drives in powered smoke ventilation systems 2016 Green
Guidance on smoke and heat exhaust ventilators. Applications and the use of actuators and ventilators. EN 12101-2:2003 2021 Green
Guidance on smoke control to common escape routes in apartment buildings (flats and maisonettes). Revision 2 2015 Red
Guidance on smoke control to common escape routes in apartment buildings (flats and maisonettes). Revision 3.1 2020 Green
Guidance on smoke control to common escape routes in apartment buildings (flats and maisonettes). Revision 3 2020 Red
SCA guidance on CFD analysis for smoke control design in buildings. Edition 1.2 2021 Green
Smoke Control Association and Fan Manufacturers' Association Guide - smoke extract fan maintenance; best practice guide ensuring that your life safety equipment is fit for purpose. BSI FSH/025 - document version 5.5 2021 Amber
Smoke ventilation technical specification: Standard for powered smoke and heat exhaust ventilators - Issue 1: Part 1 - Classification of performance 1989 Red
Smoke ventilation technical specification: Standard for powered smoke and heat exhaust ventilators - Issue 1: Part 2 - Methods of test 1989 Red
Specification of requirements for smoke curtains. Issue 1 1989 Red
WPA WP001 Guidance on the specification of products and systems for smoke shafts 2020 Green

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