Smoke Control Solutions

We offer a wide range of Smoke Control Solutions for various applications. As well as bespoke smoke control systems and services, we also support a range of standardised modular systems designed to fit higher-risk residential buildings (HRRBs) within a predefined scope.

Developed and implemented by smoke control experts

Group SCS has been operating in the smoke control industry for over 25 years and completed thousands of large-scale projects.

We provide a wide range of smoke control solutions including:

  • Mechanical Ventilation
  • Natural Ventilation
  • Car Park Ventilation
  • Damper Control Systems

More than the traditional bespoke systems, we offer an innovative standardised approach to smoke control that can be applied to buildings that fit within a pre-defined scope.

Our standardisted solutions are based on a modular concept and supported by a range of system documents, including specifications, technical submittals, schematics, and more. As well as that, our online System Selector Tool can be used to receive a budget estimate and summary in a few quick and easy steps.

Our Smoke Control Solutions

Standardised Smoke Control Systems

Save time and optimise efficiency with our standardised approach to smoke control.

Based on the principle that the lobby, car park, and stairwell areas of most higher-risk residential buildings (HRRBs) are somewhat similar, Group SCS has engineered a range of modular standardised systems. Our modular smoke control solutions can be self-selected and specified entirely online with the help of our System Manuals and all supporting documentation is available online to view and download.

Explore the Group SCS  Standard Modular Range

UniForce Corridor Layouts

How to specify a Standardised Modular Smoke Control System

  • Visit the relevant system page.
  • Check that your project fits the scope and layouts of the system you selected.
  • Use our range of System Selector tools to obtain a budget estimate for supply installation, and commissioning of the system.
  • Place the standard system specification information into the tender documentation or  submit your project details for project-specific advice.
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