Exyte Hargreaves launch new smoke extract system solutions, taking to market a completely new approach in smoke control with an integral focus on high level customer service. The complete solutions will offer customers the full package from design and manufacturing through to installation and commissioning in both natural and mechanical smoke ventilation systems.

The comprehensive range of smoke control products will be tested and certified to the latest British and European standards and will include the supply of extract fan sets, car park fans, automatic opening ventilators, architectural glazed ventilators, smoke detection systems, fume detection systems, smoke shaft dampers, fireman’s override switches, and smoke ventilation control panels.

Exyte Hargreaves has earnt its reputation with almost 150 years of expertise working in highly regulated environments across the nuclear and energy sectors delivering tailor-made solutions to suit specific system requirements to engineer safer environments. Having pioneered in manufacturing high quality CE-marked fire rated ventilation for many years, the expansion is a clear, natural progression for the business.

The introduction of the fire safety bill following on from the Hackitt Report means that customers will rightfully need the expertise and knowledge to move forward in best practise in fire safety within the building services sector. Something that Exyte Hargreaves are perfectly positioned to deliver with the extensive experience they have delivering bespoke solutions in highly regulated environments and the highly knowledgeable team of industry experts they have behind them.

Exyte Hargreaves Managing Director, Andy Sneyd said ‘building on our success in other highly regulated applications, developing our established fire systems into a broader turn key smoke ventilation solutions where exemplar customer service will be at its core is a natural evolution for Exyte Hargreaves. We’re bringing a fresh approach and exacting standards to better support the sector – there is more than one way to do this.’