Fire Rated Partitions

Fire Rated Partitions

Fire Rated Partitions


Partitions and external walls are used to separate buildings, enclose compartments and contain fire to provide a barrier to the passage of fire from one side or the other and are able to satisfy each of the relevant fire resistant criteria (integrity, insulation and, if the wall is loadbearing, load bearing capacity) from either side for the prescribed period. The application of partition and external wall systems using Promat boards covers both non loadbearing and loadbearing in commercial, industrial, institutional, residential and high-rise constructions, or in the restoration of existing buildings. Promat’s internal partition systems require less material to chieve similar fire resistant level when compared to the industry average wallboard partition systems. The single layer board application leads to simplified construction methods over other equivalents
hence increased productivity and reduced overall installation cost.

These partition and external wall systems have been developed by Promat International (Asia Pacific) Ltd. to satisfy standard requirements for intended applications


Lighter loads on structures compared to industry average wallboard partition systems for equivalent fire resistance

Acoustic Performance

Tested and assessed to a range of standards, including ISO140-3 1995, ISO717-1 1996, AS1191 2002, AS/NZS 1276.1, BS5821 1984 and BS2750: Part 3: 1980, to meet the needs of industry.

Promat Partitions are available from STC 27 upto STC 55 as per the requirements

Fire Resistance Performance

Promat partitions and external wall systems have been extensively tested and assessed in accordance with BS476: Part 22 and AS1530: Part 4 to satisfy the integrity, insulation and where applicable loadbearing capacity (structural adequacy) criteria

Promat can provide design from 30min fire ratings upto 360mins fire rating. 

Blast resistance systems also forms part of Systems provided by Promat


System Catalogue

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