Tension Rod Project

One Bank Street, Canary Wharf

This project required 37mtrs of Retrofit casting to fire protect the Macalloy internal roof bracing for two hours fire Macalloy Tension rods, reference, M76.
Number 1 Bank Street at Canary Wharf _ Matt Brown _ Flickr

NB Supply Only project

Sharpfibre are our premier subcontractor, strategically placed close to the heart of London. Interact has been working with Sharpfibre for many years and they have always provided the most professional service in support of our casting system. Sharpfibre warrant all their own installations.

This project required 37mtrs of Retrofit casting to fire protect the Macalloy internal roof bracing for two hours fire  Macalloy Tension rods, reference, M76.

The manufacturing system employs state of the art manufacturing practices resulting in a 100% recycling process*

Interact Utilises International Paint, AkzoNobel BS476 test data for our Retrofit system. See also our Easy-Over system which reduces site time by up to 75%.

* Inert purging waste of 1 kg not included

One Bank St _ E14 GeorgeRex _ Flickr
One Bank Street by 'Images George Rex' on Flickr
Number 1 Bank Street at Canary Wharf _ Matt Brown _ Flickr
One Bank Street at Canary Wharf by Matt Brown on Flickr (and image in the header)
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"… the largest fire protection contractor in the UK … have applied the Interact Fire casings on numerous occasions … on prestigious projects in London where the use of this product has been carefully scrutinised and accepted by leading consulting engineers and architects throughout the city, notably at Canary Wharf and The Shard."
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Tony Tiernan

Tony Tiernan

Materials Specialist: Epoxy fire protection Castings

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