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Abesco Pipe Collars are designed to prevent the spread of fire from one compartment to another where plastic pipes penetrate separating walls and floors. Abesco Pipe Collars consist of steel shell, which contains heat reactive intumescent material. The unit is supplied in two semi circular halves and is held closed around the pipe by a unique and easy to use closure device. Abesco Pipe Collars have an aesthetically pleasing natural silver grey satin finish. Available in Stainless Steel (SS series) and Galvanized Steel (Z series) in various sizes.

What's special about these intumescent pipe collars?

  • Firestop collars offer up to 4 hours of flame resistance, to prevent the spread of fire between walls, floors and ceilings
  • Split-hinged powder coated steel shell promotes durability, and can be opened and fitted around the pipe
  • Available in a wide size range to fit both standard and non-standard pipe applications

Abesco Z240 Pipe Collars (4 products)

PART # DIAMETER SIZE COLOR WEIGHT PRICE
Z240 Pipe Collar
FP-31020 2" Galvanized Steel 0.43 lb $15.40
FP-31030 3" Galvanized Steel 0.7 lb $22.40
FP-31040 4" Galvanized Steel 1.1 lbs $26.00
FP-31060 6" Galvanized Steel 2.1 lbs $75.00

What's special about these intumescent pipe collars?

  • Firestop collars offer up to 4 hours of flame resistance, to prevent the spread of fire between walls, floors and ceilings
  • Split-hinged powder coated steel shell promotes durability, and can be opened and fitted around the pipe
  • Available in a wide size range to fit both standard and non-standard pipe applications
  • Held around pipe by toggle and latch for easy installation
  • Unaffected by moisture or atmospheric Carbon Monoxide for optimum performance
  • Suitable for any building containing plastic pipes that penetrate compartment walls and floors
  • Certified for different kinds of pipes including: PVCu, HDPE, MDPE, PP, ABS and Friatherm
Shell Steel (various grades and finishes)
Liner Graphite based intumescent
Tests BS476-20:1987, EN1366-3:2004, AS1530-4:1997, AS4072-1:1992 and SABS 0177-2
Certified Plastic Pipes PVCu, HDPE, MDPE, PP, ABS and Friatherm
Physical State Solid
Colour Red/Self colour
Activation Temperature Approximately 200° C
Installation Type Size Insulation Integrity
Surface mounting to concrete wall / floor 55 - 160 mm 120 mins 120 mins
Cast into concrete wall / floor 55 - 110 mm 60 mins 120 mins
Semi cast into concrete wall / floor 55 - 110 mm 60 mins  120 mins
Surface mounting to metal stud dry wall 55 - 160 mm 120 mins 120 mins

Typical Buildings where used:

  • Apartment blocks
  • Hotels
  • Hostels
  • Dorms and Residence Halls
  • Prisons
  • Office blocks
  • Hospitals
  • Airports

 

American Data Supply is a national Firestop distributor and firestop supplier for a multitude of firestop products and carries a complete line of Firestop Products and Fire Stop Protection products. Our complete line of firestop fire protection products helps stop the spread of fire, smoke and toxic fumes. Our firestop fire protection produsts are easy to install and are approved for a wide variety of firestop applications by Underwriter’s Laboratories. Total passive firestop and 'fire' protection cannot be achieved with the use of a singular product. It is the use of many products designed for specific firestop applications that comprise a complete passive firestop fire protection systems. When installed properly, these firestop products work in concert with one another to create effective barriers against the passage of flames, smoke, and superheated gases. Used is conjunction with other firestop fire protection methods, properly installed passive fire protection will save lives, protect property, and minimize business losses.

Firestop and Firestopping is an integral part of fire protection engineering in all commercial buildings and are required by law in most states to satisfy mandated laws for commercial building fire protection.  Firestop systems protect against the passage of flames, deadly gases and toxic smoke through openings that are created for penetrations, joints and gaps in fire-resistive walls, floors and floor/ceiling assemblies.  The integrity of fire-rated assemblies is restored by firestop systems.  Building codes require third-party tested systems to be installed whenever fire-rated construction is compromised by such openings. 

Telecomm cables found in a Hospital, the day before a Joint Commission Inspection. Cables were sleeved without having to be removed with our Split Sleeve & Bulkhead System.

What is meant by "active" and "passive" fire protection?

Active fire suppression includes mechanical systems such as sprinklers,  that are designed to extinguish fires after they have started.  Passive fire protection functions to contain fires within the areas in which they start, preventing loss of life by preventing the products of combustion (smoke, hot gasses and flames) from spreading throughout a building.

Why is "passive" fire protection necessary?

Fire is a dangerous enough phenomenon that redundancy in fire protection is necessary.  Having passive protection in place helps assure building occupants that there will be time to exit before gasses, fire and smoke spread throughout the building.  If  active systems fail, as they often do, then there is still a passive system in place for life safety.

It is the use of many products designed for specific firestop applications that comprise a complete passive firestop fire protection systems. When installed properly, these firestop products work in concert with one another to create effective barriers against the passage of flames, smoke, and superheated gases. Used is conjunction with other firestop fire protection methods, properly installed passive fire protection will save lives, protect property, and minimize business losses.

Joints

Construction joints must be sealed with joint systems, which will impart a fire resistance at least equal to those of the adjacent constructions so that overall fire resistance is not compromised.

Additional Information

Fire resistive joint systems are used in building construction to seal joints, and must be of the same or greater fire resistance (temperature) rating as the wall or floor containing the opening which they are designed to protect. Perimeter joint systems are most often used to seal a clearance separation between curtain walls and floors. They are designed to accommodate various movements induced

In fact, we’re one of the leading suppliers that can provide fully tested systems to firestop all of these scenarios:

From the leader in fire protection...
Our manufacturer partners have been creating innovative firestop systems for more than 25 years. Our complete line of fire protection products helps stop the spread of fire, smoke and toxic fumes. They’re easy to install and are approved for a wide variety of firestop applications including but not all: Underwriter’s Laboratories, Factory Mutual and Omega Point Laboratories. American Data Supply as a distributor can provide fully tested systems to firestop all of these scenarios:

  • Structural steel
  • Emergency circuitry
  • Grease/air ducts
  • Through penetrations
  • Perimeter joints
  • Fire resistive joints

 

ABESCO FIREFOAM RATINGS:

  • Manufactured to ISO 9001:2000
  • Corrosion resistant suitable for use in aggressive environments
  • Certification for a wide range of cables Available in a range of sizes
  • Very easy to install and provides total flexibility in cable routing
  • Abesco graphite intumescent is unaffected by moisture
  • Approved worldwide and recognized by independent authorities and tested in accordance with
    • ASTM E-814 (UL 1479)
    • BS 476
    • AS 1530.4
    • BS EN 1366-3

   
 
 

Foam Firestop

 

What is firestop?

Firestop and Firestopping is an integral part of fire protection engineering.  Firestop systems protect against the passage of flames, deadly gases and toxic smoke through openings that are created for penetrations, joints and gaps in fire-resistive walls, floors and floor/ceiling assemblies.  The integrity of fire-rated assemblies is restored by firestop systems.  Building codes require third-party tested systems to be installed whenever fire-rated construction is compromised by such openings. 

Firerated Innerduct

Firestop and Firestopping is an integral part of fire protection engineering in all commercial buildings and are required by law in most states to satisfy mandated laws for commercial building fire protection.  Firestop systems protect against the passage of flames, deadly gases and toxic smoke through openings that are created for penetrations, joints and gaps in fire-resistive walls, floors and floor/ceiling assemblies.  The integrity of fire-rated assemblies is restored by firestop systems.  Building codes require third-party tested systems to be installed whenever fire-rated construction is compromised by such openings. 

Telecomm cables found in a Hospital, the day before a Joint Commission Inspection. Cables were sleeved without having to be removed with our Split Sleeve & Bulkhead System.

What is meant by "active" and "passive" fire protection?

Active fire suppression includes mechanical systems such as sprinklers,  that are designed to extinguish fires after they have started.  Passive fire protection functions to contain fires within the areas in which they start, preventing loss of life by preventing the products of combustion (smoke, hot gasses and flames) from spreading throughout a building.

Why is "passive" fire protection necessary?

Fire is a dangerous enough phenomenon that redundancy in fire protection is necessary.  Having passive protection in place helps assure building occupants that there will be time to exit before gasses, fire and smoke spread throughout the building.  If  active systems fail, as they often do, then there is still a passive system in place for life safety.

It is the use of many products designed for specific firestop applications that comprise a complete passive firestop fire protection systems. When installed properly, these firestop products work in concert with one another to create effective barriers against the passage of flames, smoke, and superheated gases. Used is conjunction with other firestop fire protection methods, properly installed passive fire protection will save lives, protect property, and minimize business losses.

Joints

Construction joints must be sealed with joint systems, which will impart a fire resistance at least equal to those of the adjacent constructions so that overall fire resistance is not compromised.

Additional Information -Applications Click Here

Fire resistive joint systems are used in building construction to seal joints, and must be of the same or greater fire resistance (temperature) rating as the wall or floor containing the opening which they are designed to protect. Perimeter joint systems are most often used to seal a clearance separation between curtain walls and floors. They are designed to accommodate various movements induced

In fact, we’re one of the leading suppliers that can provide fully tested systems to firestop all of these scenarios:

From the leader in fire protection...
Our manufacturer partners have been creating innovative firestop systems for more than 25 years. Our complete line of fire protection products helps stop the spread of fire, smoke and toxic fumes. They’re easy to install and are approved for a wide variety of firestop applications including but not all: Underwriter’s Laboratories, Factory Mutual and Omega Point Laboratories. American Data Supply as a distributor can provide fully tested systems to firestop all of these scenarios:

  • Structural steel
  • Emergency circuitry
  • Grease/air ducts
  • Through penetrations
  • Perimeter joints
  • Fire resistive joints

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CT 120 Cable Transits- Designed for single or multiple cables-easy to install and alter cabling-use in floAmerican Data Supply & walks-including drywall

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Abesco CT120 Cable Transits are designed to prevent the spread of fire from one compartment to another where electrical, data, and communication cables penetrate through separating walls and floors.

Abesco CT120 Cable Transits consist of a square section steel sleeve, which contains the heat reactive intumescent material. The unit has an integral hinged top which provides an easy retro-fit option where cables are pre-installed. Abesco CT Mounting Plates provide a quick and easy method of installing single or multiple CT120 Cable Transits. even in drywall partitions.

WHY USE ABESCO CT120 CABLE TRANSITS ?

  • Manufactured to ISO 9001:2000
  • Corrosion resistant suitable for use in aggressive environments
  • Certification for a wide range of cables Available in a range of sizes
  • Very easy to install and provides total flexibility in cable routing
  • Abesco graphite intumescent is unaffected by moisture
  • Approved worldwide and recognized by independent authorities and tested in accordance with
    • ASTM E-814 (UL 1479)
    • BS 476
    • AS 1530.4
    • BS EN 1366-3

WHERE DO I USE ABESCO CT120 CABLE TRANSITS ?

 Abesco CT120 Cable Transits are suitable for use in any building where electrical, data, or communication cables penetrate through fire rated compartment floors and walls, including drywall.

Typical types of buildings where Abesco CT120 Cable Transits are commonly used are :

Banking and finance buildings, data processing centers, TV and media studios, apartment buildings, hotels, office buildings, hospitals, airports, retail centers etc.

WHAT HAPPENS IN A FIRE SITUATION ?

When exposed to the heat of a fire, the graphite based intumescent material contained in the Abesco CT120 Cable Transits expands rapidly to close and seal the inside of the sleeve, preventing the spread of fire from one compartment to another.

Additional Firestop Links Below:

Alliance for Fire and Smoke Containment and Control (AFSCC)

The American Institute of Architects (AIA)

American National Standards Institute (ANSI)

American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)

Building Officials and Code Administrators International (BOCA)

Canadian Fire Safety Association (CFSA)

Factory Mutual Research Corp (FMRC)

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Abesco supply a wide range of Firestop products which provide the specifier, engineer and contractor with cost effective solutions to most passive fire protection problems experienced on todays construction projects.

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