UK Fire magazine – Issue 15 November 2021

A typical custom-made large-digit temperature display for firefighting training.
London Electronics Ltd – Rugged large displays to clearly show temperature, time, flow and pressure

London Electronics Ltd specialises in designing and making user-friendly, reliable custom large displays so you…

Professionalism and expertise will help members build trust and resilience in the communities they serve.
IFE driving change to illuminate a fire-safe future

UK Fire recently took the opportunity to speak with Steve Hamm, Institution of Fire Engineers…

The demand for individual qualifications to develop confidence

Back in November 2020 UK Fire featured an article discussing FireQual, the specialist Awarding Body…

High-pressure watermist nozzle heads.
Green, greener, watermist

After three decades of rigorous testing and scrutiny of systems and equipment, the watermist community…

The NESM Museum in Sheffield City Centre.
The National Emergency Services Museum

The National Emergency Services Museum (NESM) is situated in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The original museum…

Three fans on the platform aimed towards the staircase. In the back, the inlet opening can be seen.
PPV as a support for firefighting in subways

Positive pressure ventilation (PPV) fans are widely used by the fire service during firefighting operations…

Ventilation fan considerations

When it comes to fire ventilation tactics, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all strategy. Every fire ground…

The previous panel discussion held in November 2020 was well received by fire safety professionals looking to see a paradigm shift in the construction industry.
Let’s talk about early engagement in firestopping again!

Following the success of its virtual roundtable discussion last November at London Build Online, Quelfire…

A number of people on the streets, some with their faces covered, and a burned-out car – a typical scene of public disorder.
The London Riots, ten years on

The 5 August 2011 saw the start of three days of rioting and civil unrest…

The legislation applies to many types of buildings including tall buildings.
No compromise for Category 3 Control fire performance cables

As our buildings become ever more complex, the importance of using only approved products which…

UK Fire is a quarterly journal specific to the UK Fire market dedicated to both fire protection and firefighting. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focussing on the latest technology, training methods and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the region. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make UK Fire the first choice read for fire protection and firefighting professionals.

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