Soudal | Fire Rated Silicone Sealant
Soudal Fire Silicone B1 FR is a Neutral Cure, FIRE RATED Silicone Sealant which can be applied on to all common construction materials including glass, plastics, masonry substrates, metals and wood.
Supplied in 310ml Cartridges, in White colour only.
Soudal Fire Silicone B1 FR is Solvent Free and Virtually Odourless with Primerless adhesion on all common construction materials (i.e glass, plastics, masonry substrates, metals and wood). High movement capability. Resistant to UV, rain, ozone and many chemicals.
Soudal Fire Silicone B1 FR Conforms to all international standards including CE Marking.
Soudal Fire Silicone B1 FR Conforms to the DIN4102 B1 standard for fire retardancy and has a fire rating of up to 4 hours in certain joint configurations (EN 1366 Part 4 NN713.020 – BS 476/20).
Very easy to apply
Colourfast and UV Resistant
Remains permanently elastic after full cure
Very good adhesion on most surfaces
EN13501-1 - Reaction to Fire, Class E
ETAG-026 - Part 1, Part 3
EN1366-4 - Fire Resistance, up to 4 Hours depending on joint configuration.
For use in External and Internal Passive Fire Systems as an Elastic Joint Sealant.
Installation of Fire Retardant Window and Door Frames.
For use in Fire Retardant Expansion and Connection Joints, and Penetration Seals.
Surfaces should be clean, dry, free of dust and grease.
Porous substrates should be primed with Soudal Primer 150. Soudal Surface Activator will improve adhesion on smooth surfaces.
We recommend a preliminary compatibility test.
Application Method: With a Caulking Gun. Finish with spatula or filling knife.
Cleaning: Clean uncured product with a white spirit immediately after use.
Finishing: Spray with a Soapy Solution before skinning. Finish with Soudaglatt Smoothing Tool.
Repair: With the same material
Minimum Width for Joints: 5mm
Maximum Width for Joints: 30mm
Recommendation Sealing Jobs: Joint Width = 2 x Joint Depth.
Test Report 9297: University of Ghent
NBN 713.020: EN 1366-4
BS 476:Part 20: Warrington Fire Research Report
DIN4102-B1: Institut für Bautechnik, Berlin
TI = Thermal Insulation; the time during which the temperature on the unexposed side of the wall does not rise by more than 180°C
FR = Flame Resistance; the time during which the joints stops flames from penetrating the wall
Fire Rating: Draft European Commission Decision RG N170 REV.1
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