Designers of the worlds largest aircraft hangers and airports, to retail chains and gambling centres of the world have all utilised BLE's expertise to protect and comply with national building safety codes.
From the world's tallest building in Dubai to a learning centre of excellence in the USA, BLE have assisted with building design and compliance with major architectural practices, engineers and contractors.
BLE are active on every continent, meeting global standards for the safe emergency evacuation of people from buildings and large building complexes across all types of construction sectors worldwide.
Safety of people within building designs cannot be compromised so BLE's Automatic Smoke Curtain and Fire Curtain systems are designed to integrate exactly within the specific fire strategy plan.
Celebrating Local Success - Apr 06
BLE were honoured to attend the annual Made In Sheffield dinner which took plac ... read more
BLE Joins ASFP - Mar 10
The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) represents & supports ... read more
CNC Investment Gives BLE The Cutting Edge - Feb 13
In September 2015 BLE Smoke & Fire Curtains invested heavily in brand new CN ... read more
Vacancy - Technicial Development Manager (Electronics) - Jan 30
We’re currently recruiting for a Technical Development Manager (Electronics), ... read more
At BLE we are continually striving to improve the safety of your world. We make buildings safer to aid emergency evacuation. As a market leading global supplier of smoke and fire curtains, our gravity fail safe curtains protect millions of people every day. Our cost-effective and flexible solutions are rigorously tested and manufactured to the highest technical and quality standards, including BS, EN and UL.
RT @ASFPUK: Book on to the ASFP Seminar as part of the upcoming #Fire Safety Scotland Event https://t.co/tBo7lyJZvO #passivefireprotection…
Did you know? We have previously supplied @XscapeMK with tailor made static fire curtains https://t.co/CqvQ3u3VJV https://t.co/gM5t6vvzs7
RT @ASFPUK: BBC News - Tamworth care home residents rescued after fire https://t.co/ENjtNqPqHY
We're now back open as usual after the Easter weekend. We hope you all enjoyed the long weekend!