PFPNet Technical Conference 2022

The conference/meeting is structured to update you on the progress of the work we have undertaken recently, to hear your opinions on a future overall strategy for PFPNet, and to collect your views on the outstanding areas that PFPNet should focus on improve quality of installation, specification and design, and how that is best tackled.

PFPNet Technical Conference 2022 2022-09-22T20:46:46+01:00

Developing Preliminary PFP schemes for Hydrocarbon Facilities – Introducing the PFPNet Design Fires Guidance Document.

A frequent requirement during the design of hydrocarbon project developments is to make an estimate of the type and extent of passive fire protection that might be installed on the facility as early as possible in the design process.   Very often this is needed when details are not fully defined, and the design is developing

Developing Preliminary PFP schemes for Hydrocarbon Facilities – Introducing the PFPNet Design Fires Guidance Document. 2022-06-26T09:05:22+01:00

New Member – GGB Technical Consulting

We are thrilled to announce that GGB Technical Consulting has joined PFPNet! GGB Technical Consulting provides technical consultancy services in all areas of passive fire protection and corrosion protection coatings, supporting clients in the oil, gas, energy and wider process industries globally, and in the UK construction industry. Find out more here.

New Member – GGB Technical Consulting 2022-05-01T09:43:21+01:00

ICorr/PFPNet Passive Fire Protection Inspector Level 3 Course – Rotterdam

29th June - 1st July 2022, Hilton Rotterdam Why attend this course? The changing market dynamics and a number of PFP failures on major new construction projects will dictate the need for a more rigorous fire protection coatings Inspector course in order to further improve competency in this safety critical area of our market. The

ICorr/PFPNet Passive Fire Protection Inspector Level 3 Course – Rotterdam 2022-05-01T09:10:08+01:00

Seminar Recording: The Netherlands’ Approach to Fire Safety in Tunnels

Here is a recording of our webinar from the 14th of March... We would also like to provide you with some Q&A's from the day, which can be found below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZuT5wlXA-A Q1. Have EV cars have made any influence in your model recently ? Answer: Not really. As yet, the literature and research on EV,

Seminar Recording: The Netherlands’ Approach to Fire Safety in Tunnels 2022-03-21T16:06:26+00:00

Seminar: The Netherlands’ Approach to Fire Safety in Tunnels

We are hosting a 1 hour on-line seminar on Monday 14th March - The Netherlands' Approach to Fire Safety in Tunnels. Our Speaker The seminar will be presented by Tineke Wiersma of the Rijkswaterstaat (RWS). Tineke is Senior Tunnel Safety Advisor at RWS, which is part of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management -

Seminar: The Netherlands’ Approach to Fire Safety in Tunnels 2022-03-08T09:13:48+00:00

New Member – Altera Infrastructure

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Altera Infrastructure have joined PFPNet. Formerly a part of Teekay, Altera are in important addition to our membership. Their ambition is to develop solutions, business models and technology that will meet the changing demands of energy infrastructure - they are driven by their commitment to be at

New Member – Altera Infrastructure 2022-02-14T15:36:06+00:00

New Member – Barrier Fire Protection

We are pleased to announce that Barrier Fire Protection have joined PFPNet. This is an important addition to the membership as PFPNet increases its activities in the areas of application and installation of PFP systems and Barrier will bring a significant level of experience in this field, having been involved in the installation and application

New Member – Barrier Fire Protection 2021-11-24T20:51:33+00:00

Aged and Damaged Passive Fire Protection Acceptance Criteria

We have kicked off our project on Aged and Damaged Passive Fire Protection Acceptance Criteria - and we are looking for your help!  The ultimate aim of the project is to develop acceptance criteria that can be used for assessing the condition of fireproofing and PFP and determining its acceptability or otherwise.  The first step

Aged and Damaged Passive Fire Protection Acceptance Criteria 2021-11-14T20:16:29+00:00