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FRA Carpenter

FRA Carpenter

Posted 9 April by Resourcing Group Easy Apply Ended
Must:
NVQ or C&G including any relevant H&S training
Own tools
Van will be provided (Own van will also be helpful to start quicker)

Desirable; BM Trada, FIRAS - Installation certification, maintenance certification, fire stopping, protection measure.

Fire Door and frames installations - FRA works within high/low rise blocks and street works Victorian conversions.
Upgrades or replacements to be carried out to individual flat entrance doors.
Repairs needed within the common parts to the doors and intake cupboards.
Bespoke - Pick up door blanks and frame and fit onsite removing old door and frame or simply fitting door leaf. Router strips and seals, cut saddles for hinges, cut letter box, spy hole, fit OHC or perko.

We will have doors manufactured that are machined ready for some of our projects/sites so less carpentry work involved but will still have to fit ironmongery.

Fire stopping around frame and under existing architraves, door heads - Batt board and intumescent mastic.

Renew fanlight above doors with Georgian wire glass and hardwood beads and a foam or mastic seal

INTUMESCENT MASTIC

1.Surfaces should be free from oil and dust. Very porous surfaces should be dampened before application to ensure good adhesion.
2.Ensure that a depth of mastic of at least 20mm can be achieved. Gaps deeper than this may be back-filled with conventional foam material or mineral wool as required.
3.Apply mastic to both sides of joint, being careful to avoid entrapped air bubbles. Bead size extruding from the cartridge can be adjusted by cutting the nozzle.
4.Large joints can be built up with successive applications, the material does not normally tend to slump. Surface may be dressed with a wet spatula if required and will be tack-free in approximately 20 minutes.
5.Any tools used should be cleaned with water immediately after use. Over-painting, if required, may be carried out after 40 hours using any conventional paint system.
Fire Batts
Coated Mineral Fibre Batts
Areas of Use:
Coated mineral fibre batts shall be used to fireseal penetrations through compartment walls and floors. In certain circumstances a supporting structure shall be erected as per manufacturers' recommendations.

Resourcing Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Required skills

  • FRA Carpenter

Reference: 34856780

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