Promat Fire Collar Certification

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Fire collars have undergone stringent testing for certification

Passive fire protection products come under scrutiny for third party certification

Following four months of testing and auditing, Warringtonfire Australia has certified three passive fire protection (PFP) products from Promat Australia to its Certifire third-party certification scheme.

Promat partnered with Warringtonfire to have its UniCollar and Promaseal FCS and FC fire collars tested and audited between October 2021 and February 2022, and certified in June this year.

Certifire is now recognised by regulatory authorities worldwide as an international mark of fire safety across a diverse range of passive fire products.

All three products underwent a rigorous process to prove their performance, quality, reliability and traceability. This included reviewing all existing test evidence, taking samples of the fire collars for audited witness testing, and performing a factory production control (FPC) audit at Promat’s site in Adelaide, South Australia. After an extensive analysis of all the evidence, Promat’s fire collars were deemed to have met all the requirements of the Certifire scheme.

Chad McLean, Certification Manager at Warringtonfire Australia, said: “We are delighted that Promat decided to certify its range of fire collars with us. It is further evidence of a tangible attitude shift towards third-party certification, with manufacturers and site owners focusing on building products that are of a good quality and standard, boosting confidence across the built environment.”

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