The new Pyroplex factory which commenced building and refurbishment in April 2016, is now nearing completion – on schedule!
As a leading manufacturer of intumescent strips for use in timber fire doors we are actively involved in raising awareness of the importance of appropriately tested, installed and maintained fire doors and an advocate of Fire Door Safety Week.
Pyroplex® custom design capabilities are perfectly matched to the needs of sectors such as composite doors, metal doors, automotive and marine applications.
Pyroplex are pleased to announce that we have been accredited to ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System status and our certificate is now available to download.
Following the successful refurbishment and extension to factory 2 which became fully operational at the start of 2015, the Reddiplex Group has embarked on a further plan to repeat the process on it’s original factory 1.
Tsuen Wan Adventist hospital is one of the two Adventist hospitals in Hong Kong. Since 1964 the private sector hospital has served the local community. This hospital is located in the new territories of Hong Kong.
The British Woodworking Federation (BWF) campaign to improve fire door safety in buildings, Fire Door Safety Week, received further support in Parliament yesterday (3 March 2015) in a Westminster Hall debate prompted by the tragic death of young architect Sophie Rosser in 2012.
A full fire resistance test of 20 specimens of Pyroplex 400 series pipe collars has been successfully carried out at Exova Warrington Fire.
The first phase of fire resistance testing to BS EN 1634-1:2008 and BS EN 1363-1:1999 using Pyroplex door systems has been successfully completed at Chiltern International Fire Limited.