FSPG Fire & Acoustic Acrylic

FSPG Fire & Acoustic Acrylic Sealant is a water based acrylic sealant used to reinstate the fire resistance of wall and floor constructions where apertures are penetrated by single or multiple services and linear gap seals where wall and floor constructions abut. FSPG Sealant has excellent acoustic and movement capabilities. FSPD Sealant is extensively tested. The sealant can be trowel applied.

FSPG Fire & Acoustic Acrylic

Key Product Points

  • Can be used in flexible walls, rigid walls and floors.

  • Can be used in linear joints up to 50mm wide.

  • Can be used in large service openings up to 490mm x 150mm.

  • Can be used with Metallic Pipes, Cables, Cable Bunches, Cable Trays and Cable Ladders.

  • Causes no known effects to plastic pipes, plastic cables, sheathing or metallic components.

  • For use in low movement joints as remains flexible.

  • Halogen free, resists fungi and vermin.

Certifications and Approvals

  • EN 1366-3, EN 1366-4, EN 13501-1 and EN 13501-2

  • EN 10140, EN 1026 and EN 717-1

  • ASTM-E 1966 UL 2079 and ASTM D2369-10, LEED 2009-EQ041 SCAQMD

  • CAN/UL 115-11 – ULus & ULc Listed

  • 1121-CPR-JA5009, ETA 13/1069 & ETA 13/1070, UL-EU 0500-M1 and Certifire CF517

  • SPEARS Approved and BREEAM International Approved

  • UAE Certificate of Compliance

Key Installation Points

  • For good adhesion the surfaces of the building elements shall be free of any dust or grease and may need to be primed. On good, clean virgin concrete & masonry, no priming required, though refer to substrate compatibility requirements.

  • Ensure that the aperture and services in question are tested with FSPG Fire & Acoustic Acrylic Sealant and the site conditions are within the application specification.

  • Consider the movement of joint to be sealed. This should include thermal, wind pressures, settlement and differential movement of components.

  • Consider the characteristics of the substrates as they affect the choice of sealant, i.e. how the surface finish may be affected by sealant compounds and the possibility of discolouration due to oil migration or staining.

  • Consider the location and environment of the joint to be sealed. Exposure to temperature extremes, ultra violet light, radiation, chemical attack, standing water and vibration.

  • Consider the characteristics of all available sealants for performance capabilities, hardness after weathering, movement capabilities in both extension and compression, adhesion properties and chemical resistance.

Tools Used for Installation

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