Why we need Injecta Fire Barrier | How it works
Using the patented Injectaclad system which was developed by leading fire protection professionals, this reinstates the fire resistance performance of wall and floor construction cavity details without the need for costly façade removal.
The product, which has been tested and approved to 1366 Part 4 and BS8414-1, is considered as an intumescent or reactive material and expands upon contact with heat preventing fire and smoke from passing from one compartment to another.
Holes are opened in the external façade at 2 metre centres, negating the need to remove the whole of the front façade
Stainless steel support pins are then fixed at even centres between these openings
A reinforcing mesh support ‘sock’ is installed into the cavity, supported by the stainless steel pins
Injectaclad, an acrylic based graphite sealant is then pumped into the void to the desired depth and width using a patented method to form a linear cavity fire barrier
Recordings are taken of the installation for quality assurance purposes and to provide a record of the areas within the building where the fire resistance performance has been reinstated. Clients are provided with a full record on completion of the works.
The holes created in the external façade are ultimately made good.
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