Stancold returned to a food facility we recently had built a fire-rated partition to construct an enclosure for a starch processing plant.
The 150 m² room didn’t need to be LPCB-certified for fire-rating. Instead of mineral fibre core panels, we used a Quadcore-based system we normally utilise for temperature-controlled storage.
Initially, the projects team assumed it would be possible to move or build the plant into the room. This, however, implied more site visits and could complicate our client’s delivery programme.
We decided the best approach is to build a steel frame and the enclosure with the plant already in place, saving the clients time and additional costs.