64/76mm Sashlock Intumescent Pad (1.0mm)
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This intumescent sashlock pad is suitable for 64/76mm fire rated sashlock, is easy to fit and is available in 0.8mm, 1.0mm or 2.0mm options.
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- Easy to fit, minimal rebate required
- Suitable for FD30/60 locks (see buyers guide below)
- 1.0mm thick (Need a different thickness? Click these links to view the 0.8mm or 2.0mm options)
Each Pack Contains
- 1 No. 75 x 105 x 1.0mm Graphite Intumescent Sashlock pad c/w strike plate section to suit 64/76mm back set, self adhesive
|Product Type||Intumescent Lock Pad|
|Material||Graphite Based Intumescent (also available in white/MAP, get a quick quote)|
|Brand||Flexifire (click here to download the material data sheet)|
|Fire Rating||Fire Rated to 30mins & 60mins (see 'buyers guide' below for details)|
|Size||To suit 64/76mm Sashlock|
|Product Thickness||1.0mm (Click here to view the 0.8mm or 2.0mm pad)|
|Finish Options||Self Adhesive (Plain is available on request, please ask for details)|
|Manufacturer Guarantee||1 Year Guarantee|
The type and thickness of intumescent your lock pad needs depends on the FIRE CERTIFICATE or TEST EVIDENCE of your lock.
But, as a general rule, you would need 0.8mm or 1.0mm for a 30 minute fire door and 2.0mm for a 60 minute fire door.
Fire door locks are tested with either graphite or MAP (Mono Ammonium Phosphate, white in colour and commonly called by it's brand name 'Interdens') or BOTH.
Buyers TIP: Graphite material (if an option for you) is CHEAPER, nicer to handle and made in the UK.
If you are not sure of the specific requirements of your lock please ask your fire officer or contact us for advice.
DOWNLOADS & FIRE DOCUMENTS
|Document Type||Material Data Sheet (Graphite)|
For more fire certificates, data sheets or product brochures please email us on info@FireEssentials.co.uk or call us on 01305 457703.
If you have any questions about this product or it's suitability to your specific fire door requirements, we would always recommend that you contact your fire officer or Responsible Person(s) etc.. BEFORE purchasing or, contact a member of our team and we would be happy to help.