Self-Seal® GG-266 is a single-component, neutral cure, non-slumping intumescent silicone caulk that is designed to seal combustible service penetrations in fire-rated walls and floors. When exposed to temperatures above 150°C (300°F), it will begin to expand. As the combustible penetrating item softens and collapses under fire conditions, the silicone composition will rapidly intumesce to fill the void with a patented char composite that contains expanded graphite. Features: Intumescent Silicone (expands when exposed to temperatures above 150°C (300°F)) Self-Seal GG-266 has achieved GREENGUARD GOLD Certification Non-sag silicone Water-resistant before, during, and after cure Freeze-thaw stable Protects your wall & floor openings Tested at positive pressure to simulate the pressure differentials that can occur in a fire situation Self-Seal GG-266 seals combustible service penetrations in fire and smoke rated wall or floor separations. Basic uses include firestopping: Up to 2” PVC, ABS, IPEX Aquarise, PEX, FRPP, and CPVC penetrations - only a minimum 5/16” annular space needed Up to 4” PVC, IPEX XFR 15-50 PVC, Royal Pipe HRS2550, ABS, and CPVC pipe penetrations through conical or cored openings in concrete floor slabs
Self-Seal® SL-100 is a single-component, low modulus, self-levelling silicone firestop sealant designed for floor applications. It forms a pressure-tight seal resistant to water, smoke and toxic gases; see Self-Seal® UL and cUL firestop systems for W (Water tightness) and L (Air Leakage) Ratings. The sealant is also resistant to cracking, ultraviolet radiation and ozone. Features: Self-levelling silicone Self-Seal SL-100 has achieved GREENGUARD GOLD Certification Water-resistant before, during, and after cure Freeze-thaw stable Protects your floor openings Tested at positive pressure to simulate the pressure differentials that can occur in a fire situation Basic uses include firestopping: Aluminium, pre-cast concrete and curtain wall systems. Thermally expanding pipes that are insulated at fire separations. Power/communication cables and aluminium/galvanized steel cable trays. Static / non-static pipes and conduits. Steel, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) sleeving or cored concrete openings.