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Designed for use to reinstate the fire resistance performance around service penetrations in large floor openings.
PFC Corofil Firestop Compound CFSC is designed and tested for use to reinstate the fire resistance performance around service penetrations in large floor openings. Shutter the opening with PFC Corofil Coated Panel friction fitted around the services, the PFC Corofil Firestop Compound CFSC is trowelled over the shuttering and around the services into the aperture to a thickness of 25mm, once cured, the compound is poured into the opening to top up and finish flush with the upper surface of the floor.
PFC Corofil Firestop Compound CFSC is a gypsum based mortar containing perlite and fibres which is mixed with water and either poured or trowelled into a prepared aperture around service penetrations.
Tested to BS476:Part 20 for floor openings with no penetrations and floor openings with steel pipes. Tested to EN1366-3 for floor openings containing various cables installed in cable ladders and cable trays.
Features and benefits:
• Provides up to 360 minutes fire integrity and insulation performance with no penetrations
• Apertures up to 1200 x 600mm
• Can be used to blank off floor openings up to 1000 x 500mm
• Suitable for use around cable ladders and cable trays
• Suitable for use with steel pipes up to 115mm
• 3rd party certification; IFC Certificate IFCC 1669
Up to six hours (360 minutes).
To BS 476-20: 1987 and BS EN 1366-3, dependent on thickness of rigid floor construction and aperture dimension, consult manufacturer's literature for more information.
IFC: Certificate: IFCC 1669.
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