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Rockwool 50mm Smoke & Fire Barrier 4m x 1m

ROCKWOOL Fire Barrier is comprised of stone wool and has a galvanised wire mesh which is stitched to one side. Fire Barrier Systems offer labour-saving solutions to prevent the spread of fire and smoke within roof and ceiling voids. Suitable for a variety of applications. Supplied as 4 x 1 metre.
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SKU: ROCKSFB50
£77.29 incl vat

ROCKWOOL Fire Barrier is comprised of stone wool and has a galvanised wire mesh which is stitched to one side. Fire Barrier Systems offer labour-saving solutions to prevent the spread of fire and smoke within roof and ceiling voids. Suitable for a variety of applications. Supplied as 4 x 1 metre. 

  • Patented quick fit system providing fire resistance for up to 1 hour.
  • Acoustically effective with sound reduction with correct use.
  • Can be fixed to concrete decks, timber and steel meaning that the cost of installation is reduced, and the speed of installation is increased.
  • ROCKWOOL Fire Barrier has a 25mm galvanised wire mesh for increased strength. Available with an aluminium foil face to reduce the passage of smoke.
  • Suitable for Pitched roof voids, head of wall, concealed ceiling spaces.

 

ROCKWOOL Fire Barrier is comprised of stone wool and has a galvanised wire mesh which is stitched to one side. Fire Barrier Systems offer labour-saving solutions to prevent the spread of fire and smoke within roof and ceiling voids. Suitable for a variety of applications. Supplied as 4 x 1 metre. 

  • Patented quick fit system providing fire resistance for up to 1 hour.
  • Acoustically effective with sound reduction with correct use.
  • Can be fixed to concrete decks, timber and steel meaning that the cost of installation is reduced, and the speed of installation is increased.
  • ROCKWOOL Fire Barrier has a 25mm galvanised wire mesh for increased strength. Available with an aluminium foil face to reduce the passage of smoke.
  • Suitable for Pitched roof voids, head of wall, concealed ceiling spaces.

 

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