FSI S-Line Intumescent Pillows can be used to create either a temporary or permanent fire seal around service penetrations.
They are particularly useful in services which require regular maintenance and access, as they can be removed temporarily.
These fire pillows can be used around services which pass through a compartment wall or floor.
Comes in three different sizes: 330x50x20mm, 330x200x50mm, 330x200x45mm.
How do intumescent pillows work?
The intumescent material in the pillows expands when exposed to extreme temperatures, such as in a fire.
When the fire pillows are positioned together, they lock together to form a collective seal.
The FSI S-line intumescent pillows have been fire tested to BS EN 1366-3:2009, BS 476 parts 20 and 22 & BS EN 13501-2:2016
They have also been tested for air permeability, in accordance with BS EN 1026:2000
They can achieve up to 43dB as per their acoustic rating test, in accordance with BS EN ISO 10140-2:2020
These fire pillows are CE Marked.
For further testing details, please contact us.
These fire pillows can be used around single or multi-service penetrations.
They can fire stop within steel cable trunking.
They have an assumed working life of 30 years, in internal conditions. Not suitable for external use.
The pillows maintain the penetration’s acoustic performance and prevent air leakage.
Please view the UL certificate in the data sheets tab above to ensure you install the pillows with the correct spacing requirements.
This product is made from a glass cloth bag with organic fillers and intumescent additives.
Request the Safety Data Sheet for safety information on these ingredients.
Please follow the guidance set out in the technical data sheet (TDS), which can be accessed in the data sheets tab above.
Handling, Storage and Disposal
Ensure that this product is stored in a well-ventilated, dry & cool environment. The room ideally should be between 5 and 35 degrees Celcius.
Do not expose to direct sunlight.
Follow safe manual handling procedures where applicable.
European waste catalogue code: 170904
Please follow official disposal regulations when disposing of this material.