Make U.S. Smoke & Fire your Basis of Design
UL Listed, UL Labeled, UL Certified, UL Recognized Fire protective smoke curtains (File# R26410)

See Our Fire Protective Smoke Curtains In Action:


Princeton Chemistry Building
World Financial Center
Kennedy Center
Elevator Smoke Containment
Protecting the People
Elevator Smoke Containment


We are the originators with our first designs in America implemented for the Ground Zero reconstruction.
We are on GSA schedule, a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).



A successful design solution is creative, environmentally progressive, and creates a lasting impact unique to the client’s mission. Working with all types of projects we listen, engage and immerse ourselves in our client’s objectives.

Our products have a variety of applications in the building core and shell, are gravity-fail safe deployable smoke and fire barriers utilized to restrict atrium volume mitigating the need for expansive mechanical make-up air as part of an IBC 909  atrium smoke management  system. Further, our UL Certified technology is utilized to separate the third floor and beyond and utilize the two floor rule per exception 6 of  IBC 404.5 to eliminate the active smoke purge system.

Accordion Fire Curtains enclose monumental stairways and make fabric 90 degree angles  with no need for columns up to three hours. Curtains rate openings in corridors as an opening protective and  are utilized  for cross-corridor applications with accessible slot for area separation.

Curtains pass the UL 10B/UL10C/ UL 10D/ ASTME119 time temperature curve thus they are used as deployable smoke and  fire barriers. ICC AC 77 listed for elevator door smoke containment to remove the need to pressurize the hoistway or have lobby doors on hold open. Curtains also rate glass up to two hours, and are used in lieu of static glass draft curtains per NFPA 13.


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Why Choose Fire Protective Smoke Curtains for Your Open Floor Plan?
  • Rated as for 1 hour, 2 hours and 3 hour smoke and fire partition, barrier and opening protective.
  • Only a 7 inch by 7 inch housing for up to a 18 feet length with a 10 feet drop height.
  • Housings of 7 inch by 11 inches for lengths longer than 19 feet.
  • Typical 60 feet length curtain housing with 40 foot drop only 8 inches by 13 inches.
  • Accordion smoke and fire barrier systems makes turns and angles without posts and rails.
  • Gravity Fail Safe Deployment.
  • Fully Integrates with Fire Alarm System with optional building management system relay per UL 864.
  • Report holder for Elevator smoke containment and elevator lobby smoke containment per ICC AC-77.
  • Utilized to Rate Corridor in lieu of fire rated glass, washing glass In lieu of horizontal accordion doors and cross corridor area separation with pass through egress.
  • Enclose monumental stairways and secondary Egress paths makes fixed glass draft curtains a thing of the past.
  • Curtains with redundant forms of egress, pass through egress, rewind switches, two stage descents, delayed descents.
  • Curtains used for stages per NFPA 80 guidelines.
  • Restricts Atrium Volume as part of an Atrium Smoke Management System per IBC 909 and IBC 404.5 exception 3.
  • Provides Atrium Separation per IBC 404.5 Exception 6 back to 2 floor rule for removal of smoke management system.
  • Horizontal Curtains to separate two floors allows architects to design more open floor plans.
It's not just what we make,
it's what we make possible.
Dr Steven S. Sadeghian CEO, U.S. Smoke & Fire

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