With us, safety and cost efficiency go hand in hand
Our fire sealing system never compromises safety. Installers don’t either, since it is so easy to handle. And because the system is composed of so few components, it is easy to get it correct in the design stage. Shortcuts are no temptation because the time savings are already built into the system.
For example, no frames or special tools are needed to work with FireSeal. Bundled cables pose no problem. And modifications could not be easier: Just make holes for the new pipe or cable, pull it through and re-seal.
Don’t calculate by the tube, calculate by the job
Installers can work quickly and efficiently with FireSeal’s products, without in any way compromising safety, so both the original installation and any retrofits can be carried out in fewer man-hours. Since staff costs are normally higher than the cost of the materials, it means that the job can be done with FireSeal at a lower overall cost. Also, FireSeal’s sealant is usually applied in thinner layers than other manufacturer’s, so less material is needed.
The cost savings occur in even more ways: When ordering supplies, the distributor fills the order quickly from their stock, so you do not have to build up your own inventory. And easily accessible training and support increases the efficiency of your teams.
Quite simply, FireSeal’s products, training and service offer a total fire sealing solution that increases profitability.
Easy on the environment
FireSeal has ISO 14001 environmental management certification. Compared to cement-based solutions, our sealant weighs significantly less. This results in lower ship weights and reduced environmental impact during transport, which is shown in lifecycle analysis.
Others think so, too
FireSeal is a specialist. Fire sealing is where we started over 40 years ago, and it is our sole focus today. We continue to constantly develop our system for maximum safety, ease of use and cost effectiveness.
That is why we have, over the years, been entrusted to deliver to many of the world’s largest shipyards.