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Fire Protection for Service Installations

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Since 1966, Palusol® panels provide improved fire protection, mainly in public buildings. Overall, about 15 km² Palusol® panels have been produced since then – an area that is nearly five times as large as the Central Park in New York! Cut into stripes, as Palusol® is mainly used, you could cover a distance of 1,500,000 km with the material that has been produced yet and orbit the equator 25 times. BASF is delighted about this success and wishes Palusol® all the best for the next 50 years!

Presentation held at the Palusol Celebration September 22/ 23, 2016.
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Fire Protection for Service Installations

  1. 1. 50 years Palusol® Fire Protection for Service Installations Robert Graf September 2016 1
  2. 2. BASF Personal Care and Nutrition GmbH Site Illertissen
  3. 3. Passive fire protection for cables, pipes, joints, wood and steel Products for active and passive fire protection Agents for mobile and fixed extinguishing systems
  4. 4. Passive Fire Protection  coatings and sealants  cable penetration seals  pipe penetration seals  construction joint fire stops Active Fire Protection  extinguishing powders  extinguishing liquids ENW Fire Protection product groups
  5. 5. Modern and complex buildings Office building D105 BASF Ludwigshafen 5
  6. 6. Emergency and evacuation plan BASF Corporation Florham Park 6
  7. 7. Fire resistance of building structures  Fire resistance of walls and floors depends from building products used and their construction  Openings in walls and floors weaken the given fire resistance  Openings are formed for  windows  doors  construction gaps  service installation etc.
  8. 8. Passive fire protection by compartmentation (limits fire propagation in buildings)
  9. 9. EN 1366 - Fire resistance tests for service installations Part 1 Ventilation ducts Part 2 Fire dampers Part 3 Penetration seals Part 4 Linear joint seals Part 5 Service ducts and shafts Part 6 Raised access and hollow core floors Part 7 Conveyor systems and their closures Part 8 Smoke extraction ducts Part 9 Single compartment smoke extraction ducts Part 10 Smoke control dampers Part 11 Fire protective systems for cable systems and associated components Part 12 Non-mechanical fire barriers for ventilation ductwork
  10. 10. Penetration seals according to EN 1366-3 10 Are seals for electrical cables, combustible and incombustible pipes which penetrate a building section. Sense of such penetration seals is to maintain the fire resistance of the separating element.
  11. 11. Cable penetration seals limit fire propagation
  12. 12. Standardized fire curvestemperature°C
  13. 13. Types of penetration seals for electrical cables  Mortar seals  Panel seals  Modular seals  Pillow seals  Block seals  Cable boxes  In situ foams  Sand gaskets 13
  14. 14. Cable penetration seal with KBS® Mortar
  15. 15. Cable penetration seal Mortar seal in a floor
  16. 16. Cable penetration seal with mineral fibre boards / KBS® Coating
  17. 17. 17 Fire test / cable penetration seal with KBS® Sealbags in a floor no propagation of fire and smoke Fire side Cold side
  18. 18. Cable penetration seal with modular seal 18
  19. 19. Cable penetration seal cable box 19
  20. 20. Cable penetration seal Sand gasket 20
  21. 21. Fire risks of combustible pipes
  22. 22. Types of penetration seals for combustible pipes  Pipe collars  Pipe wraps  Sealants / Mastics 22
  23. 23. Pipe collars Reaction principle
  24. 24. 24 KBS® Pipe Seal Typ M Worlds largest pipe collars approved up to pipe diameter 630 mm
  25. 25. Pipe wrap Installation in a wall opening 25
  26. 26. Types of penetration seals for incombustible pipes  Bellow seals  Seals with incombustible insulation shells  Seals for incombustible pipes with combustible insulation 26
  27. 27. Bellow seals 27
  28. 28. Penetration seal for metal pipes 28
  29. 29. Penetration seal for metal pipes Coated mineral fibre shells 29
  30. 30. Penetration seal for metal pipes insulated with rubber foam 30
  31. 31. DIN EN 1366-3 : 2009 Standard configuration for mixed penetration seals in a wall 31
  32. 32. 32 Fire test on a mixed penetration seal
  33. 33. Your competent partner in active and passive fire protection KBS® Coating KBS® Coating

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