Sealing and closing
Fire cell division plays an important role when designing the fire protection in a building.
The outer limit of a fire cell is often formed by a dividing structural member such as a wall or joists with conduits and seals that limit the fire and gases, formed by combustion, from spreading from one cell to the next. Conduits, ducting and ventilation channels in dividing walls and joists have to meet the same protective demands as structural members.
This is where our range of systems for fire-stopping and gap sealing play a decisive role.