Plumbers

Trafalgar Fire has a wide range of systems for that have been tested and approved to AS1530.4:2014. These systems cover a wide range of common Plumbing service types and fire-rated barriers to suit common applications on all sites.

Plumbers

Trafalgar Fire has a wide range of systems for that have been tested and approved to AS1530.4:2014. These systems cover a wide range of common Plumbing service types and fire-rated barriers to suit common applications on all sites.

Plumbers

Trafalgar Fire has a wide range of systems for that have been tested and approved to AS1530.4:2014. These systems cover a wide range of common Plumbing service types and fire-rated barriers to suit common applications on all sites.

Fast and Easy Passive Fire Stopping for Plumbers

Some typical plumbing services can prove to be quite difficult to deal with in terms of fire stopping, as large metal pipes transfer huge amounts of heat during a fire, and plastic pipes will melt and burn away under fire conditions. Further to this, there can be a large quantity of services that are used by plumbers. This means that plumbers must be aware of a bigger range of fire stopping systems and how to install them correctly.

Resources

We have a wide range of resources available for every product and system to ensure that you’re choosing the right fire stopping solution for your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have some questions? Our team of engineers have answered some of our most common questions below.

Technical Manual

FRL Tables, installation instructions, benefits, applications, and more are all available in our comprehensive Technical Manual. Click the button below to download it today.

Passive Fire Stopping Systems for Plumbers

At Trafalgar Fire, we have a wide range of passive fire systems available for sealing Plumbing services. All of our systems have been extensively fire tested at independent fire test laboratories ensuring strict compliance with the National Construction Code.

Use the Interactive Render below to find the best fire stopping system for your Plumbing applications!

 

Trafalgar Fire plumbing systems installed into walls and floors
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Perfect for individual PEX pipe penetrations including gas PEX-Al-PEX.

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Approved for copper and steel pipes up to DN150, with TWrap to provide thermal insulation.

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Mounted to the slab at the head of the wall, perfect for medium sized bundles of mixed services.

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Close off larger openings with Maxilite board and treat services as normal as they pass through the board.

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Easy solution for most plastic plumbing services, retro-fitting around existing pipes.

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Easy solution for most plastic plumbing services, retro-fitting around existing pipes.

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Cast-into the slab for built-in fire stopping, perfect for fire rating mixed service penetrations.

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An alternate solution to TWRAP for large metal pipes, avoiding the need for long lengths of wrap

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Cast-in fire collars for most common plastic plumbing stack pipes.

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Cast-in fire collar for floor waste pipes such as drains.

Looking for something else? Check out the rest of our systems today.

Resources

We’re proud to be making passive fire protection easier every single day. Our extensive range of resources have been written, developed, or sourced by Trafalgar Fire’s experienced team of passive fire professionals to help you better understand our systems, products, and the passive fire industry as a whole.

Check out the latest installation and product videos, articles, and case studies for Electricians.

Frequently Asked Questions

At Trafalgar Fire, we’re dedicated to making passive fire easier for you. To save you some time, we’ve answered a collection of Frequently Asked Questions about HVAC&R service penetrations and ductwork.

If you have any additional questions, our Technical Team are here to help.

TWRAP™ (or FyreWrap®) will need to be wrapped around the FyreBOX™ to achieve an insulation rating. Contact Trafalgar Fire for installation details and refer to our YouTube channel for installation videos.

Yes, refer to the FyrePEX HP Technical Manual for details on approved cables.

Yes, intumescent sealants require the perfect volume of sealant to expand and perform appropriately.
Using FyreSHEATH removes the need for larger openings.