Fireline™ 520 Fire Barrier

Protect your building and the people inside from the spread of smoke and fire with the Fireline™ 520 fire barrier. Our Fire Barriers are designed to block smoke, flames and heat from small to large joint openings. This helps contain the fire, providing more time for evacuation and arrival of help. With a +/- 50% seismic rating, pre-attached metal flanges and factory made male/female ends - this system makes protecting your building from the spread of smoke and fire easier than ever before.  No fire caulk required at splicesSingle sided installationJoint widths from 150mm [6”] to 203mm [8”] wide. Blankets provided in 3m [118”] lengths.Tested* in accordance with: -UL 2079/ ULC-S115 “FTH”/ BS EN 1366-4 (FTH: Rating Fire, Temperature and Hose) -ASTM-E119/E1399/E1966*TESTED CONFIGURATIONS VARY BY REGION. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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Inpro Europe
T: 07399 586677

35 Little Russel Street
United Kingdom

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Expansion Joint Cover Systems

Expansion Joint Cover Systems

In addition to our Fireline™ Fire Barrier Systems, we also offer a full range of expansion joint cover systems. We obsessively engineer our products to give you the most adaptable and reliable systems on the market. Our team of experienced experts is here to help you find the best system for your project...

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Fireline™ 140 Fire Barrier

Fireline™ 140 Fire Barrier

The Fireline™ 140 fire barrier system is the first of its kind that 'springs' into action to protect  your building and the people inside. With a +/- 50% seismic rating, pre-attached metal flanges, factory made male/female ends and patented spring technology that eliminates the need for faste...

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