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  • 29 August 2022
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PROMASEAL SupaWrap for Structural Steel Penetrations

Protecting structural steel through fire walls is essential to maintain the integrity of the firewall. Unprotected openings in fire compartments cancel out the fire resistance ratings of the fire rated structures, allowing the spread of fire, smoke and hot gasses.

Products covered

  • PROMASEAL® SupaWrap
  • PROMASEAL® Bulkhead Batt
  • PROMATECT® 250
  • CAFCO® 300
  • PROMASEAL® A Acrylic Sealant

 

What’s been assessed

New system is out for sealing structural steel passing through fire rated walls, this report provides an easy alternative of protecting structural steel through fire walls by wrapping with PROMASEAL® SupaWrap.

Wall types
  • Fire rated plasterboard
  • Masonry & SpeedPanel
Sealing gaps at wall
  • PROMASEAL®-A Acrylic Sealant
  • Promat CAFCO® 300
  • PROMASEAL® Bulkhead Batt
  • PROMATECT®-250
Heat transfer treatment
  • Promat CAFCO® 300
  • PROMASEAL® SupaWrap (various lengths)

 

Overall finding

Treating structural steel as it passes through a wall has become a lot easier.  The flexibility and versatility of PROMASEAL® SupaWrap enables compliance to be met on steel beams as they penetrate fire walls.  Capable of achieving FRL’s up to -/120/120.   Reach out to Progressive Materials to discuss in more depth below

Approval Summary

  • Manufacturer

    Promat

  • Lab

    BRANZ

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