Steel-framed construction is gaining popularity in Australia. Favoured for its durability, design flexibility, rapid construction, and resistance to degradation, the construction method is commonly used in large scale, multi-storey projects. As its popularity continues to increase, it is necessary to ensure that – like all construction materials – structural steel is adequately protected against fire.

Download this whitepaper to learn best practice for protecting structural steel from fire, smoke, fumes, and heat. 

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