Today’s construction practices are becoming more and more technical in regard to passive fire protection. S.A.F.E. has recognized the need to have trained technicians installing firestopping to ensure proper compliance. The best products will not perform as needed if not installed properly. Our technicians receive extensive training on the proper installation practices. We can provide you with a job-specific plan to standardize your firestopping that will save you time and money.

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Common Constructions Include:

Concrete floors, concrete walls, concrete block walls, and gypsum board/stud wall assemblies up to 10 in. (250 mm) thick. Applications include:

  • Conduits and steel ducts A
  • Metallic, plastic, and metal pipes B, C
  • Control/expansion joints (floor and wall) D
  • Slab edge/curtain wall conditions E
  • Cables – electrical, data, or communication F
  • Electrical boxes – metallic H
  • Switch or receptacle boxes
  • Vibration buffer
  • Noise control
  • Infection/dust control
  • Cable trays – single, multiple, or racked
  • Smoke seal in non-rated construction
  • Head of wall – concrete fluted deck to gypsum wall
  • Head of wall – concrete slab to masonry wall