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Firestop Pillows

• Tested to ASTM-E814 (UL 1479)
• Intumescent
• 3 Hour fire rating
• Easy installation
• Re-positionable
• No caulk needed

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Firestop Pillows are designed to firestop medium to large voids made for various penetrating items.

Description

2” x 6” x 9” Intumescent Firestop Pillows designed to firestop large open voids and openings made for penetrating items such as cables, cable trays, ductwork, pipes, and conduits. Firestop Pillows are UL tested to maintain up to a 3-hour rating and are soft, easily stackable, self-supporting, and require no mesh or sealant

Specifications

• ASTM-E814 (UL 1479)
• UL classified

Intumescent Firestop Pillow Features

• 3 Hour fire rating
• 2” x 6” x 9” size
• Intumescent
• Ready-to-use
• Easy installation
• Economical
• Lightweight
• Self-supporting
• No wire mesh needed

 

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Technical Documentation

Testing Documentation

 

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Packaging

Part #: Product Description Case Qty
AD-PLLW 2in x 6in x 9in Intumescent Firebarrier Pillows 10 pillows/case

 

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