FAS Fire Door Foam™ 750ml

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This revolutionary PU expanding Fire Door Foam™ has been designed and tested to seal those important gaps between walls and fire door frames, achieving up to 60 minutes of fire protection.

It’s easy to apply, taking around 3 minutes on every door set installed and replaces the need for mineral fibre wool and mastic. It’s also the most certified fire door foam on the market which has been specifically tested on fire door assemblies.

The pigment has recently been changed to orange to distinguish it from the generic pink Fire Door Foam™ that is common on the market and untested to work within fire door assemblies.

Features & Benefits

  • The UK's only orange fire-rated foam

  • Easy to install in 3 minutes per door set

  • No need for mineral fibre wool or mastic

  • Compatible with standard plastic and timber packers

  • 60 minutes fire-rated, up to 120 minutes with FAS Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant

  • Specially tested with fire-rated timber door sets

  • Sound reduction capabilities of up to 60 dB RW.

  • Comes with protective gloves

  • 750ml can = 3-4 doorsets

  • Applicator gun not included but available to purchase separately

  • Orange pigments may differ between production batches

Areas of Application

  • Cavity gap filling and perimeter pointing between walls and timber frames of fire doors and screens

  • Timber frames, softwood (FD30), hardwood and MDF

  • Use FAS Intumescent Acrylic Sealant mastic capping for FD90-120 fire door sets

Fire Rating

  • Extensively fire tested to 30-120 minutes with fire door sets in accordance with BS 476: Pt 20 & 22: 1987 and BS EN 1634-1: 2014.

  • Smoke and leakage tested in accordance with BS EN 1634-3:2004

Certifire Certificate

CF5839

Guarantee

12 months shelf life

Our product warranty covers a period of 10 years. (We expect the product to maintain its functionality as a fire-stopping system after 10 years and recommend that the product is inspected annually as part of a fire door routine inspection).

13 July 2023
Installing Fire Doors with FAS Fire Door Foam™
09 August 2023
Installing 90-120 minute fire doors with FAS Fire Door Foam™ & Intumescent Acrylic Sealant
What fire rating does Fire Door Foam™ offer?

Fire Door Foam™ has been fire tested to 60 minutes (BS476 Pt20/22: 1987 & BS EN1634-1) in timber
and composite doorsets and timber glazed screens. It has also been tested to achieve up to 120 minutes when installed with FAS Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant or FAS Fire Door Silicone. Please refer to the installation guidance found on the Foam product page.

Why use Fire Door Foam™ instead of stone mineral fibre wool as backing for FAS Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant?

Fire Door Foam™ installation saves time and money against traditional mineral fibre wool methods.

Can I add architraves over Fire Door Foam™?

Architraves are optional, Fire Door Foam™ has been tested with and without.

Can I use Fire Door Foam™ when doorsets are required to have smoke control.

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ has smoke leakage evidence to BS EN 1634-3: 2004.

Can you use Fire Door Foam™ on one side and Acrylic Sealant on the other?

No, Fire Door Foam™ must be applied to both sides and completely fill the void. For gaps up to 5mm, Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant can be used without backing.

Do I need to cap off Fire Door Foam™ with intumescent mastic?

No, there is no need to cap with mastic for fire ratings of up to 60 minutes. Our Fire Door Foam™ is also tested for smoke.

Do the packers have to be covered with Fire Door Foam™?

No, providing that the packers are installed or cut back to be flush with the frame edge, they do not have to be concealed with Foam.

Do you have to install Fire Door Foam™ with specialist packers or fixings?

No, Fire Door Foam™ has been specifically tested with plastic packers and standard screw fixings.
Timber and MDF packers may also be used where required.

Does Fire Door Foam™ have a shelf life?

Fire Door Foam™ has a 12-month shelf life whilst stored in temperate conditions (5°C > 30°C).

Does Fire Door Foam™ have an acoustic rating?

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ has sound reduction capabilities of up to 60 dB Rw.

Is Fire Door Foam™ NHBC approved?

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ is approved by the NHBC. It is also a mandated product for the installation of fire doors by multiple national building developers.

Is Fire Door Foam™ tested with architraves?

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ has been tested for use with and without architraves.

What is the minimum and maximum gaps Fire Door Foam™ can be used?

The minimum practical width is 5mm and maximum tested gap is 33mm. Please refer to the installation guide for specific fire-door guidance.

Why use Fire Door Foam™? What are the alternatives?

It saves time and money against traditional methods like mineral wool & mastic.

Can timber packers be used?

Yes, Fire Door Foam is tested with both plastic and timber packers, providing that they are equal to or of a higher density than the door frame.

This revolutionary PU expanding Fire Door Foam™ has been designed and tested to seal those important gaps between walls and fire door frames, achieving up to 60 minutes of fire protection.

It’s easy to apply, taking around 3 minutes on every door set installed and replaces the need for mineral fibre wool and mastic. It’s also the most certified fire door foam on the market which has been specifically tested on fire door assemblies.

The pigment has recently been changed to orange to distinguish it from the generic pink Fire Door Foam™ that is common on the market and untested to work within fire door assemblies.

Features & Benefits

  • The UK's only orange fire-rated foam

  • Easy to install in 3 minutes per door set

  • No need for mineral fibre wool or mastic

  • Compatible with standard plastic and timber packers

  • 60 minutes fire-rated, up to 120 minutes with FAS Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant

  • Specially tested with fire-rated timber door sets

  • Sound reduction capabilities of up to 60 dB RW.

  • Comes with protective gloves

  • 750ml can = 3-4 doorsets

  • Applicator gun not included but available to purchase separately

  • Orange pigments may differ between production batches

Areas of Application

  • Cavity gap filling and perimeter pointing between walls and timber frames of fire doors and screens

  • Timber frames, softwood (FD30), hardwood and MDF

  • Use FAS Intumescent Acrylic Sealant mastic capping for FD90-120 fire door sets

Fire Rating

  • Extensively fire tested to 30-120 minutes with fire door sets in accordance with BS 476: Pt 20 & 22: 1987 and BS EN 1634-1: 2014.

  • Smoke and leakage tested in accordance with BS EN 1634-3:2004

Certifire Certificate

CF5839

Guarantee

12 months shelf life

Our product warranty covers a period of 10 years. (We expect the product to maintain its functionality as a fire-stopping system after 10 years and recommend that the product is inspected annually as part of a fire door routine inspection).

13 July 2023
Installing Fire Doors with FAS Fire Door Foam™
09 August 2023
Installing 90-120 minute fire doors with FAS Fire Door Foam™ & Intumescent Acrylic Sealant

What fire rating does Fire Door Foam™ offer?

Fire Door Foam™ has been fire tested to 60 minutes (BS476 Pt20/22: 1987 & BS EN1634-1) in timber
and composite doorsets and timber glazed screens. It has also been tested to achieve up to 120 minutes when installed with FAS Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant or FAS Fire Door Silicone. Please refer to the installation guidance found on the Foam product page.

Why use Fire Door Foam™ instead of stone mineral fibre wool as backing for FAS Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant?

Fire Door Foam™ installation saves time and money against traditional mineral fibre wool methods.

Can I add architraves over Fire Door Foam™?

Architraves are optional, Fire Door Foam™ has been tested with and without.

Can I use Fire Door Foam™ when doorsets are required to have smoke control.

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ has smoke leakage evidence to BS EN 1634-3: 2004.

Can you use Fire Door Foam™ on one side and Acrylic Sealant on the other?

No, Fire Door Foam™ must be applied to both sides and completely fill the void. For gaps up to 5mm, Fire Door Intumescent Acrylic Sealant can be used without backing.

Do I need to cap off Fire Door Foam™ with intumescent mastic?

No, there is no need to cap with mastic for fire ratings of up to 60 minutes. Our Fire Door Foam™ is also tested for smoke.

Do the packers have to be covered with Fire Door Foam™?

No, providing that the packers are installed or cut back to be flush with the frame edge, they do not have to be concealed with Foam.

Do you have to install Fire Door Foam™ with specialist packers or fixings?

No, Fire Door Foam™ has been specifically tested with plastic packers and standard screw fixings.
Timber and MDF packers may also be used where required.

Does Fire Door Foam™ have a shelf life?

Fire Door Foam™ has a 12-month shelf life whilst stored in temperate conditions (5°C > 30°C).

Does Fire Door Foam™ have an acoustic rating?

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ has sound reduction capabilities of up to 60 dB Rw.

Is Fire Door Foam™ NHBC approved?

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ is approved by the NHBC. It is also a mandated product for the installation of fire doors by multiple national building developers.

Is Fire Door Foam™ tested with architraves?

Yes, Fire Door Foam™ has been tested for use with and without architraves.

What is the minimum and maximum gaps Fire Door Foam™ can be used?

The minimum practical width is 5mm and maximum tested gap is 33mm. Please refer to the installation guide for specific fire-door guidance.

Why use Fire Door Foam™? What are the alternatives?

It saves time and money against traditional methods like mineral wool & mastic.

Can timber packers be used?

Yes, Fire Door Foam is tested with both plastic and timber packers, providing that they are equal to or of a higher density than the door frame.

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