Therm-A-Seal Fire Only 10 x 4mm – 2.1m

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Designed for sealing the air gap between the leaves and the frame of both timber and steel fire resisting door assemblies.

 

Features & Benefits

Unaffected by moisture and carbon dioxide and doesn’t require any additional protection.

A very effective intumescent strip made from a unique graphite based intumescent material in a PVC-u casing.

Well suited for use with steel framed timber door assemblies where conventional intumescent foams may break down.

High expansion foam qualities and firm pressure.

In a fire situation, an intumescent foam is produced which is voluminous.

Capable of exerting a pressure high enough to restrain the edges adjacent to the seal.

 

Areas of Application

Latched single-leaf single-swing 30 minute (FD30) timber fire-resisting door assemblies, Unlatched single-leaf assemblies, latched single-leaf single-swing 60 minute (FD60) timber fire-resisting door assemblies. For further technical advice, please refer to the technical data sheet.

 

Fire Rating

Fire and smoke performance of BS476: parts 20 and 22:1987.

 

Certifire Certificate

CF284

CF387

 

Guarantee

12 months self-adhesive tape (Intumescent does not have an expiry date)

 

Storage Guidance

Avoid extremes of temperature and humidity, ideally store between 15 and 23°C

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Can different brands of door seals be combined on a doorset?

No, all door edge seals used on a doorset must be of the same manufacturer and in accordance to the doorset specification.

Can door seals be cut and fitted up against each other?

Yes, a majority of our seals are 2.1m as standard and can be cut to the required length, where the installation is longer they can be butted against eachother. Longer lengths are available upon request.

Can seals be retrospectively fitted to the edge of a door?

Yes. We recommend that the door manufacturer is consulted for further guidance.

Does a brushed seal offer acoustic protection?

No, brushed seals will provide fire and smoke protection. For acoustic protection please see our refer to our range of seals with integrated fins and flippers.

How do I know which door strip to order?

Refer to the test evidence and certification of a door set to identify the correct seals to use.

Designed for sealing the air gap between the leaves and the frame of both timber and steel fire resisting door assemblies.

 

Features & Benefits

Unaffected by moisture and carbon dioxide and doesn’t require any additional protection.

A very effective intumescent strip made from a unique graphite based intumescent material in a PVC-u casing.

Well suited for use with steel framed timber door assemblies where conventional intumescent foams may break down.

High expansion foam qualities and firm pressure.

In a fire situation, an intumescent foam is produced which is voluminous.

Capable of exerting a pressure high enough to restrain the edges adjacent to the seal.

 

Areas of Application

Latched single-leaf single-swing 30 minute (FD30) timber fire-resisting door assemblies, Unlatched single-leaf assemblies, latched single-leaf single-swing 60 minute (FD60) timber fire-resisting door assemblies. For further technical advice, please refer to the technical data sheet.

 

Fire Rating

Fire and smoke performance of BS476: parts 20 and 22:1987.

 

Certifire Certificate

CF284

CF387

 

Guarantee

12 months self-adhesive tape (Intumescent does not have an expiry date)

 

Storage Guidance

Avoid extremes of temperature and humidity, ideally store between 15 and 23°C

Sorry, there are no items available

Can different brands of door seals be combined on a doorset?

No, all door edge seals used on a doorset must be of the same manufacturer and in accordance to the doorset specification.

Can door seals be cut and fitted up against each other?

Yes, a majority of our seals are 2.1m as standard and can be cut to the required length, where the installation is longer they can be butted against eachother. Longer lengths are available upon request.

Can seals be retrospectively fitted to the edge of a door?

Yes. We recommend that the door manufacturer is consulted for further guidance.

Does a brushed seal offer acoustic protection?

No, brushed seals will provide fire and smoke protection. For acoustic protection please see our refer to our range of seals with integrated fins and flippers.

How do I know which door strip to order?

Refer to the test evidence and certification of a door set to identify the correct seals to use.