Fire Protection Compound

Quelfire Product tested to BS EN 1366-3: 2009 at Warringtonfire

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Fire Protection Compound | QF2

QF2 Fire Protection Compound is intended for use as a gap filling material where cables and pipework services penetrate fire compartment floors and walls. QF2 Fire Protection Compound expands slightly on curing (0.1%), to form a rigid seal and is also suitable for use in load bearing situations. Subsequent to installation it will accept further services penetrating the barrier without damage.

Name: Fire Protection Compound


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Features & Benefits

  • Fire Tested to BS 476-20 and BS EN1366-3
  • Up to 4 hour fire rating
  • Suitable for load bearing situations
  • Expands slightly on curing to form a rigid seal
  • The use of extensive shuttering is not necessary
  • Can be used in conjunction with other Quelfire Products such as the QWW & QuelCoil Intuwraps and QWR Fire Collars
  • Ideal for service risers
  • Suitable for use in concrete floors, hollow core slabs and steel profiled deck floor systems

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