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Firestrip 60

From £23.64 Per 15 metre coil (Prices shown exclude VAT)
Brand: Hodgson Sealants
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An Intumescent Strip Sealant 20mm x 3mm which can provide 60 minute resistance to the passage of fire when used to glaze fire rated glass type into internal doors and timber screens. It is non-toxic, can be overcoated with paints and decorative wood stains and is available in Mahogany and Off White.

Thickness: 3mm Width: 20mm Colours available: Mahogany and Off White Standard Packaging: 15 Metres Per Reel: 7 Reels per Box.

Firestrip 60 conforms to the following standards: EN1634: Part 4:1998, EN1364-1: 1999.

BWF - Certifire Fire Door and Door- set Scheme - Certificate No 297.

Glass & Glazing Federation Glazing Manual Section 2.8 Fire Resistant Glazing, 13. Table of Tested Products and Materials. 9.1.2 Glazing Materials – Strips.

FIRAS register of special- ist fire protection materials – manufacturers & suppliers.

Secure one set of glazing beads to act as a rebate if the opening is not already rebated. Pins or screws should be angled at 45o. Apply Firestrip 60 20mm x 3mm on the paper along the rebate upstand of the top rebate by running the edge of the backing paper along the re- bate platform so that the strip comes up to the sightline. For larger rebates it may be necessary to lift the paper above the platform to ensure that the Firestrip 60 comes up to the sightline.

Repeat the application to the sides and then the bottom rebate. Remove backing paper. Butt the corner joints, do not overlap. Position setting blocks. Centralise glass in frame on setting blocks. Press firmly around the edge of the glass to ensure that contact with the surface of Firestrip 60 is achieved.

Apply Firestrip 60 to the glass in the same way as it was applied to the upstands by running the edge of the paper along the rebate platform or alternatively direct to the beads.

Remove the backing paper. Bed the beads to the Firestrip 60 by applying pressure to obtain good contact between the strip and the bead. Fix the beads with pins or screws in accordance with the design requirements of the installation. Pins or screws should be angled at 45o to pass beneath the glass. Trim off any Firestrip 60 above the sight line with a sharp knife.


Technical PDFs
Firestrip 60.pdf
Date Added: 17/08/2017
File Type: pdf
Test Evidence
firestrip-60-test details.pdf
Date Added: 17/08/2017
File Type: pdf
Description

An Intumescent Strip Sealant 20mm x 3mm which can provide 60 minute resistance to the passage of fire when used to glaze fire rated glass type into internal doors and timber screens. It is non-toxic, can be overcoated with paints and decorative wood stains and is available in Mahogany and Off White.

Specification

Thickness: 3mm Width: 20mm Colours available: Mahogany and Off White Standard Packaging: 15 Metres Per Reel: 7 Reels per Box.

Firestrip 60 conforms to the following standards: EN1634: Part 4:1998, EN1364-1: 1999.

BWF - Certifire Fire Door and Door- set Scheme - Certificate No 297.

Glass & Glazing Federation Glazing Manual Section 2.8 Fire Resistant Glazing, 13. Table of Tested Products and Materials. 9.1.2 Glazing Materials – Strips.

FIRAS register of special- ist fire protection materials – manufacturers & suppliers.

Additional Information

Secure one set of glazing beads to act as a rebate if the opening is not already rebated. Pins or screws should be angled at 45o. Apply Firestrip 60 20mm x 3mm on the paper along the rebate upstand of the top rebate by running the edge of the backing paper along the re- bate platform so that the strip comes up to the sightline. For larger rebates it may be necessary to lift the paper above the platform to ensure that the Firestrip 60 comes up to the sightline.

Repeat the application to the sides and then the bottom rebate. Remove backing paper. Butt the corner joints, do not overlap. Position setting blocks. Centralise glass in frame on setting blocks. Press firmly around the edge of the glass to ensure that contact with the surface of Firestrip 60 is achieved.

Apply Firestrip 60 to the glass in the same way as it was applied to the upstands by running the edge of the paper along the rebate platform or alternatively direct to the beads.

Remove the backing paper. Bed the beads to the Firestrip 60 by applying pressure to obtain good contact between the strip and the bead. Fix the beads with pins or screws in accordance with the design requirements of the installation. Pins or screws should be angled at 45o to pass beneath the glass. Trim off any Firestrip 60 above the sight line with a sharp knife.


Product Downloads
Firestrip 60.pdf
Date Added: 17/08/2017
File Type: pdf
firestrip-60-test details.pdf
Date Added: 17/08/2017
File Type: pdf

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