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Malcolm Christie
Malcolm Christie
on Passive Fire Protection
Account Manager

Malcolm represents Potter Interior Systems at many industry organisations including FPA, FMANZ and ABC and offers specialist knowledge in passive fire protection solutions. Malcolm is passionate about the distribution of information relating to the passive fire industry.

24 November 2017

Who Should Take Responsibility for Passive Fire Protection?

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Designers, project managers, installers and building consent officials exercising duty of care responsibilities would positively contribute to raising the bar on all passive fire protection installations in NZ.

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25 October 2017

Re-useable Passive Fire Stopping Solutions

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In discussions with designers on interior fit-outs recently, it became apparent that there was a requirement for a fire stopping solution that was temporary in nature.

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25 August 2017

Air Conditioner Pipe Penetrations Through Floor Slabs

Engaging a passive fire specialist can help determine if the proposed installation method of fire stopping will comply with relevant fire test results or if an alternative solution is possible.

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12 July 2017

Planning for Passive Fire Protection in Pre-Cast Concrete Walls

By making provisions for passive fire penetrations in pre-cast concrete slabs, you can save on costly concrete drilling and reworks; economies of scale make it a 'no-brainer'. 

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22 June 2017

Building Cladding Systems and Passive Fire Protection

The timing of passive fire protection installation is critical, and when overlooked or left to the 11th hour, it can cause delays and have a knock-on effect on other trades.

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18 May 2017

Mass Cable Passive Fire Solution for Data Centres

The incorporation of the cable-transits in the design of a firewall can allow for existing cables to penetrate the wall in a compliant manner, while also providing spare capacity for future cables to be passed through.

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