About us


INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING, MAINTENANCE, SITE SURVEYS, 24/7 CALL OUTS, PRODUCT REPLACEMENT OR REPAIRS.

We are a well established Smoke ventilation Company you can trust. Many of our clients have been with us since the very beginning. Most of our work comes to us through recommendation. We have many years of specialist expertise and have carried out work on every type of smoke vent system.

"If you are installing or maintaining life-safety smoke ventilation equipment, you have to ask companies if they have the right certification".

We are proud to be IFC SDI 19 Accredited and a member of the Smoke Control Association.

The new SDI 19 certification scheme, which has been developed by the Smoke control Association (SCA) in partnership with IFC Certification has been introduced to help raise standards across the industry.

We offer solution, innovation, customer commitment, reliability and value, with a practical straight forward approach to all smoke ventilation project, large or small.

Whether you require a full installation, maintenance, site survey, 24/7 call out, product replacement or repairs, we are here to help.

We operate nationwide providing a professional and comprehensive service to all our clients.

We are able to design and deliver standard or bespoke actuators and controller systems tailored to our clients specific requirements for any size project.

Our comprehensive range of window actuators and reliable proven control systems and associated products are able to satisfy the most demanding clients requirements.

All works are carried out by fully trained and qualified engineers, for installation, commissioning, hand over and maintenance of all controller and actuator systems.

Smoke Vent Limited install, commission and maintain an array of sites. Projects include:

Canterbury Cathedral, Brighton University, Colchester Garrison, London Academies, British Museum, Arsenal FC Training Ground.

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We are proud to be IFC SDI 19 Accredited.

The new SDI 19 certification scheme, which has been developed by the Smoke Control Association (SCA) in partnership with IFC Certification and has been introduced to help raise standards across the industry.

Developed to ensure a suitable level of competency is maintained in all aspects of smoke control systems, the scheme also covers a contractor’s ability to provide appropriate levels of service and maintenance following installation and commissioning, in line with a building’s type, size and use.

Earlier this year the Smoke Control Association (SCA) introduced stringent criteria committing existing and new members to requirements for installer training, insurances, safety and quality assurance.

Such is the importance of the recently introduced initiative that it is now mandatory for any Smoke Control Association (SCA) member involved in the installation of smoke control systems to achieve the accreditation as a condition of membership.

Contractors certified under the scheme are experienced in fire strategy, system design, installation and commissioning of smoke control systems in accordance with set industry standards.

Smoke Control Association’s Certification

As part of a sustained campaign to raise standards in the sector, all SCA members who install smoke control systems are now required to apply for and receive SDI 19 IFC Certification scheme accreditation, demonstrating that they are suitably skilled and experienced in fire strategy verification, system design, installation and commissioning in accordance with relevant standards and industry guideline documents.

As an independent UKAS approved certification scheme facilitated by third-party certification provider IFC Certification, SDI 19 accreditation helps to raise the bar in terms of quality and competency and gives the end user an assurance that their safety critical system will be fit for purpose. All SDI 19 certified contractors have demonstrated that their trained staff consistently adhere to industry best practice and fully appreciate the importance of correct installation, inspection and maintenance.

With all SCA members signed up to stringent membership criteria, including a requirement to apply for and receive SDI 19 Certification Scheme accreditation, everyone involved with the Association is fully committed to meeting the highest industry standards and will continue to push for competency and best practice at every opportunity.