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Hydrogen and Passive Fire Protection

February 23rd, 2021|0 Comments

Background The fast-developing energy transition, with a target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, will include a significant expansion in the use

Passive Fire Protection and Tunnels – Download our Latest Paper!

October 15th, 2020|0 Comments

Fires in road tunnels present challenges for those designing and operating these important items of critical infrastructure. The confinement of the

The Institute of Corrosion / PFPNet Fire Protection Coatings Inspector Training Programme

September 26th, 2020|0 Comments

After successfully launching the Institute of Corrosion / PFPNet Fire Protection Coatings Inspector Training Programme earlier this week, it gives us

RAISING STANDARDS IN THE USE OF PFP

PFPNet will raise standards in the use of PFP by setting a future technical agenda, and educating industry professionals based on what has been learned from the past.

Why PFPNet?

Passive Fire Protection (PFP) has been used extensively within the hydrocarbon industry for many decades to mitigate the effects of fire, saving lives and assets.

But despite this track record it is often the case that the users of PFP do not fully understand key aspects of this important subject, and the hydrocarbon industries have not always taken on board the lessons learned from the past.

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