Fire protection housing

Fire protection enclosures provide fire protection for power and distribution systems, also available with vents, fans or cold smoke barriers.

Fire protection housing

Fire protection housing


  • Installation
  • Consulting
  • Acceptance
  • Planning & project engineering
  • Check


  • Optionally expandable with ventilation openings, fans, cold smoke barriers, air conditioning or safety systems for early smoke and fire detection inside the enclosure

Fire protection housing - consultation, implementation & acceptance

Our CWS fire protection enclosures provide effective fire protection for energy and distribution systems. Thus, preventing the spread of fire and smoke. This means that escape and rescue routes remain usable the specified time and can contribute significantly to saving people in an emergency. Possible causes of fires in power and distribution systems are short circuits, loose components, insulation faults or over-voltages in electrical switchgear.

At CWS you will find the following variants of fire protection enclosures:

  1. Wall attachment housing
  2.  In-wall housing
  3. Stand housing

These fire protection enclosures are also available with ventilation openings or fans with cold smoke barriers or air conditioning, as well as with safety systems for early smoke and fire detection inside the enclosure.

The CWS Fire Safety all-round carefree package: CWS advises them in detail and takes care of the planning and installation of the fire protection enclosures. You will then receive detailed documentation including photos and descriptions of the individual fire protection enclosures. In this way, you and your insurance company can understand professional implementation.


  • Fire protection enclosures protect power and distribution systems against fire


Escape and rescue routes remain usable for longer thanks to fire protection housing. Furthermore, existing machines and plants are protected.

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