Smoke Control


Smoke control is an essential aspect of modern building design, ensuring that occupants have ample time and safety during evacuations.

With WT’s thermal insulation products, architects and builders can incorporate materials that not only prevent the rapid spread of smoke but also contribute to a safer and more resilient building structure. The importance of these products in enhancing safety and potentially saving lives cannot be overstated.

Engine Heat Containment:

Exhaust Systems and Ducts:

Magnesium oxide fireproof board (MGO BOARD):

WT uses magnesium oxide board to produce Steel Faced Magnesium Fireproof Duct Board.

These ducts are pivotal in places with high fire risks, such as commercial kitchens or labs, ensuring that smoke can be effectively vented out, thereby reducing the risk of smoke inhalation or further fire spread.

Steel Faced Magnesium Fireproof Duct Board

Fire and Smoke Barriers:

Aluminum foil glass fiber cloth:

Aluminum foil fiberglass fabric can be used to Craft into smoke curtains or barriers.

In the event of a fire, these barriers can be deployed to prevent smoke from spreading to unaffected areas, thereby allowing occupants more time to evacuate safely.


Safe HVAC Systems:

 Phenolic board:

WT’s phenolic boards can be made into phenolic duct boards, which are used in HVAC buildings and have excellent smoke prevention properties.

In the event of a fire, an HVAC system using phenolic panels can help reduce the spread of smoke throughout the building, while phenolics are non-flammable, making the evacuation process safer.

Insulated HVAC Duct

Fire Doors and Compartmentation:

Magnesium oxide fireproof board (MGO BOARD):

Utilized in the construction of fire doors and other fire-resistant compartments. These doors and compartments serve as barriers, preventing or slowing down the spread of both fire and smoke.

fire doors

Fire-resistant Cladding:

Phenolic board:

Used for cladding systems which can resist the spread of flames and also control smoke. This ensures that in case of a fire, the building’s facade doesn’t facilitate the spread of fire or smoke.

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