Intumescent Fire Collar for Plastic Pipes | CE Marked | Retrofit

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

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Intumescent Fire Collar for Plastic Pipes | QWR

QWR CE Marked Intumescent Fire Collars prevent the spread of fire where PVC, HDPE & PP pipes penetrate fire compartment walls and floors.

 

Name: Intumescent Fire Collar for Plastic Pipes

SKU: QWR

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Features & Benefits

  • Tested to BSEN 1366-3: 2009
  • Classified according to EN 13501-2: 2007 + A1: 2009
  • CE Marked
  • Up to 4 hour fire rating
  • Suitable for PVC, PVC-U, PE, HDPE, MDPE & PP pipes
  • Available for 25-160mm pipes
  • Can be retrofitted
  • Performance unaffected by weathering
  • (Type X Durability)
  • Compatible with the QuelStop System – QuelStop Fire Batt & QF2 Fire Protection Compound
  • Tested for use on concrete and masonry floors & walls
  • Tested for use on flexible walls – fi re rated partition walls
  • Tested on a plasterboard ceiling/timber floor in accordance with the principles of BS EN1366-3:2009

Product Information

Composition

The QWR CE Marked Fire Collars consist of a continuous pressed stainless steel flexible shell containing high performance graphite based intumescent material which reacts under the influence of heat to exert pressure on the pipe as it softens to form a carbonaceous char which provides an effective insulation plug thus preventing fire passing through to the adjoining compartment. The QWR CE Marked Fire Collar has built in fixing lugs which are used to secure it to the structure.

Durability

Tested to Type X durability which means the QWR Fire Collars can be installed in conditions exposed to weathering.

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Standards & Approvals

  • Tested to BSEN 1366-3: 2009
  • Classifi ed according to EN 13501-2: 2007 + A1: 2009
  • CE Marked
  • Up to 4 hour fire rating

Performance Table

Product Code Pipe Size (mm) Approx. space
needed around pipe
to fit QWR incl. fixing lugs (mm)
Recommended hole
diameter (mm)
QWR length (mm) Fire Rating
QWR25/CE 25Ø 40 27Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR32/CE 32Ø 40 34Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR40/CE 40Ø 35 42Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR50/CE 50Ø 35 52Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR55/CE 55Ø 35 57Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR63/CE 63Ø 55 65Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR75/CE 75Ø 50 77Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR82/CE 82Ø 40 84Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR90/CE 90Ø 50 92Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR110/CE 110Ø 40 112Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR125/CE 125Ø 45 132Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR160/CE 160Ø 50 162Ø 50 Up to 4 Hours
QWR55/CE/2 55Ø 35 57Ø 50 Up to 2 Hours
QWR110/CE/2 110Ø 35 112Ø 50 Up to 2 Hours
QWR125/CE/2 125Ø 45 132Ø 50 Up to 2 Hours

Installation Information

Quelfire QWR CE Marked Fire Collars should be used where a plastic pipe penetrates a fi re rated wall or floor.

  • For vertical pipework, one unit should be installed to the underside of the floor.
  • For horizontal pipework one unit should be fitted to both sides of the wall.

The surface of the wall must be clean and free of loose debris/dust and any irregularities between the QWR and the wall, and between the pipe and wall, should be filled by applying QuelStop Intumescent Acrylic Sealant.

Holes for the pipes should be drilled as close as possible to the outside diameter of the plastic pipes and are described in the “performance” table later in this document.

If the holes are drilled too large then QF2 Fire Protection Compound or QuelStop Fire Batt will be required or even an alternative system such as an Intuwrap so care and communication between trades is the key to a simple installation.

The QWR CE Marked Fire Collar should be fed around the plastic pipe, securing the ends together by passing the tongues on one end through the slots on the other end. The tongues should then be bent back and the unit secured to the structure using the correct fixings through all the lugs.

(It is not a tested solution to not use all the lugs so space so should be allowed for the fixing of the QWR Fire Collar during design and installation of the pipework.)

A full set of installation details and a step by step guide are available and we recommend you check all available data before commencing installation but in principle the QWR Fire Collar can be fixed as follows:

  • To concrete and masonry walls and floors usingM8x60mm steel sleeve anchors.
  • To plasterboard fire rated partitions using throughbolts or M6x65mm steel hollow wall anchors (to suit the correct plasterboard thickness).
  • To QuelStop Fire Batt using steel pigtail screws.

Quelfire QWR Fire Collars have also been tested generally in accordance with the BS EN 1366-3: 2009 fitted to a plasterboard ceiling/timber floor both direct to the plasterboard and also in conjunction with pattress fitted QuelStop Fire Batt.

For full details of the tested scope of application and for installation details for each scenario please contact the Quelfire Technical Team.

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