TENMAT FF109 CE Marked Vent Duct Fire Sleeves provide 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hour and in certain applications up to 4 hours Fire Resistance to rectangular PVC vent duct penetrations, and are suitable for all common sizes of vent duct.
The compressible 25-30mm thick material offers excellent fire performance combined with accommodation for deflection. The Sleeves do not require any additional metal sleeving and are held in place by the plasterboard/batt only. The unique intumescent material is vacuum formed to a shaper which ensures controlled sealing of the duct. In addition, the material swells externally to provider a fire and smoke seal around the sleeve.
Vent Duct Fire Sleeve
- Up to 120 minutes Fire Rated
- CE Marked
- Can be retrofitted
- No metal sleeving required
- Assessed for installation in walls and floors
- Can accommodate deflection
Fire Testing Approvals
The Fire Sleeves have been full scale fire tested to EN 1366-3:2009 & BS 476. The EN fire testing included all ducts tested with Uncapped/Uncapped (U/U) duct end configuration as required for ventilation ducts. The European Technical Approval (ETA-12/0332) and EC Certificate 1224-CPR-0341 enables the range to be CE Marked and used through the EU.
The product is available to suit 110×54, 204×60, 220×90, 234×29, 308×29, 100, 125 and 150mm ventilation ducts and can be used on multiple, side by side rectangular duct penetration including in solid walls and plasterboard partitions.
See downloadable data sheet for more info on product dimensions and availability
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