An engineered smoke control system as specified in Cl. The consent that is given by SCDF to allow the use of engineered smoke control system in the proposal shall only relate to the relaxation on the compliance with the above requirements under Cl. Figure 7. Before the use of engineered smoke control system is allowed in any proposal, the SCDF shall be satisfied that the compartment height of atrium is connecting more than 3 storeys below the habitable height of 24m;. Where more than 3 storeys are interconnected and the size and volume is relaxed with provision of atrium smoke control system, only the first basement is allowed to form part of the upper storey. Smoke from any fire in such compartment would easily find its way into escape routes leading to exits or exit staircases.
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Standard BS Components for smoke and heat control systems. Code of practice on functional recommendations and calculation methods for smoke and heat control systems for covered car parks Publication date Original language English. Please select from Publication date Original language English Product information on this site:.
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Include cancelled standards. Select the first category of products searched and follow the instructions. Components for smoke and heat control systems. Code of practice on functional recommendations and calculation methods for smoke and heat control systems for covered car parks. Functional recommendations and calculation methods for smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems, employing steady-state design fires. Code of practice.
Latest version of document. Gives guidance on functional recommendations and calculation methods for smoke and heat control systems for covered parking areas for cars and light commercial vehicles. Covering open-sided and enclosed car parks as well as systems intended to protect means of escape for occupants of the car park or the building housing the car park, systems intended to assist active fire-fighting operations and systems intended to provide smoke clearance following suppression of a fire. Supersedes BS First published October Second present edition, August