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About fire collars

Compliant fire collars tested to Australian Standards.

Promat’s range of fire collars are very popular with plumbers and are supported with over 30 years of testing to Australian standards. Promat fire rated collars are manufactured using intumescent technology. The collars are designed to maintain the integrity of the fire resistant element through which plastic pipes, combustible insulation, cables or fibre optic facilities pass. Promat fire collars have been tested in lightweight construction, concrete floor slabs, CLT, Speed Panel, AAC and a range of other substrates.

In the event of fire, the plastic pipe will start to deform. In the case of uPVC pipes this occurs at a temperature of approximately 70°C. Once the pipe starts to deform, the intumescent material in the Promat fire collar expands, closing off the plastic pipe or combustible insulation, and thus forming an insulating barrier. Progressive Materials stock the full range of Promat collars and can offer same day delivery.

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FAQs

Are fire collars in stock in Perth?

What is the difference between a floor waste collar and stack pipe collar?

Are Promat Fire Collars manufactured in Australia?

Yes, the Promat range of fire collars are manufactured in Australia, using PROMASEAL® Grafitex intumescent technology.

What are Promat Fire Collars made of?

PROMASEAL® Fire Collars are manufactured using PROMASEAL® Grafitex intumescent technology. In the event of fire, the intumescent material in the Promat fire collar expands, closing off the plastic pipe or combustible insulation, and thus forming an insulating barrier.

What are the benefits of Promat Fire Collars?

Designed to protect pipe and service penetrations in walls, floors and ceilings they offer a lot of benefits if used and installed properly:

  • A fire collar for every situation
  • Cast in and Retrofit options
  • Floor waste and stack solutions
  • Approvals for large variety of plastic type and sizes
  • Up to 315mm diameter pipes
  • Large variety of substrates approved including concrete, F.R plasterboard, Speedpanel and Hebel
  • Approvals for services other than plumbing pipes available

How to select the right Promat Fire Collar?

As penetrations can occur in various building elements, there are a number of important criteria that require consideration in determining the appropriate fire collar to be used including the following:

  • Type of pipe (plastic PVC, Steel, Copper?)
  • What is the required FRL?
  • Substrate: fire rated wall, ceiling or floor
  • Pipe movement or vibration expected

If you are unsure what fire collar is suitable for your project contact the Progressive Materials team of experts.

Installation videos for Promat fire collar range

PROMASEAL® Retrofit FC Installation Video - Slabs

How to install Promat PROMASEAL® Retrofit Fire Collar (FC) on to the underside of a concrete slab:

PROMASEAL® Retrofit FC Collar Installation Video - Walls

How to install Promat PROMASEAL® Retrofit Fire Collar (FC) on to a wall:

PROMASEAL® Wall Collar - Installation Video

How to install Promat PROMASEAL® Wall Collar (FCW):

PROMASEAL® Retrofit Socket Collar - FCS - Installation Video

How to install Promat PROMASEAL® Retrofit Socket Fire Collar (FCS) on to a concrete slab:

PROMASTOP® UniCollar - Installation Video - Walls

How to install Promat PROMASTOP® UniCollar (UC) on to a wall:

PROMASTOP® UniCollar - Installation Video - Slab

How to install Promat PROMASTOP® UniCollar (UC) on to a concrete slab:

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