Birmingham Airport // Case Study

20 Apr 2018

New fire-rated hoarding installed airside at international airport

Kwik-Klik installed 58 linear metres of its new Air-Screen Zero Class 0 fire-rated hoarding at Birmingham Airport.

The airside hoarding was completed in just 2 nights in a live airport environment. The 35mm lightweight modular hoarding panels are 2.7m high and a mesh screen was fitted above to keep any dust generated within the work area.

K-K Air-Screen Zero has a Class 0 Surface Spread of Flame rating. The self-supporting hoarding requires no drilling into the floor and creates a smooth and clean façade. Panels interlock to create a vertical pencil-line finish and steel bases and vertical supports ensure high levels of stability and impact resistance.

The same system has also been used at Luton Airport to hoard off retail units which were undergoing refurbishment.

"Air-Screen Zero is an attractive alternative to our heavy duty 100mm thick Soundmaster panels, which have been used extensively at UK airports for more than a decade" said Kwik-Klik's Wayne Gilbert.


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