Fire Resistant Glass For Hospitals

Date: 16 February 2012
FIRE SAFE GLASS IN HOSPITALS – THE NEEDHospitals are designed to care.

But how careful are we in designing hospitals with fire safety?

There is a blazing necessity for hospitals to have fire-resistant glass for more than one reason. Inadequate emergency equipment, abundant hazardous material, machines running on high power and centralized air conditioning are big risks in hospitals for spreading fire.  Also occupants in a hospital are with little /no mobility and are unaware of impending dangers especially at night. All this calls for fire safety systems in hospitals.

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