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8-1 fire stopping terms

Fire stopping systems the following terms =

 

Except certified/categorized

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8–1 fire stopping

Fire break =

 

Installed along cable to prevent spread

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8–1 fire stopping

Fire proof =

 

Masonary, block, brick, concrete, and drywall

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8–1 fire stopping

Fire zone =

 

Contained area by fire resistant walls, floors, and ceilings

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8–1 fire stopping

Fire Shield =

 

Between pathways

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8–2 secondary functions of fire stop seals

Secondary safety or security =

 

Resisting the effects of explosion

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8–3 fire stopping and disaster avoidance

Compartmentation =

 

Passive fire protection

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8–3 fire stopping and disaster avoidance

Active =

 

Energy sources

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8–8 fire stopping system

Dynamics fire test =

(2)

 

* component dimensions

* anchoring techniques

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8–9 fire stopping

Selecting fire stop material/system =

 

Except cost (does not belong)

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8-9 fire stopping

Qualified electrical apparatus =

 

Except list what is not tested conduit

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8–13 ratings derived from fire stop testing

F rating =

 

Hose stream

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8–13 ratings derived from fire stop testing

L rating =

 

Air leakage

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8–13 ratings derived from fire stop testing

W rating =

 

Water leakage, 3ft

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8–19 qualification info

Additional testing includes =

 

Except do not add load bearing capacity

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8–20 categories

Two broad categories =

 

* mechanical

* Nonmechanical

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8–21 mechanical fire stopping

Some means of applying compression =

 

Required to establish a tight seal

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8-70 Figure 8-32

 

Q image thumb

 

Framed wall (cable)

 

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8–24 factory – fabricated sleeve

Sleeve systems also provide =

 

Except cable management

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8–28 poke-thru test method

The first test =

 

Small scale fire class test

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8–28 poke-thru test method

Second test =

 

Mechanical and electrical integrity

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8–29 nonmechanical – types of putty

Putty =

 

Future entry is required

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8–29 nonmechanical – types of putty

Fire stock putty =

 

Available in the form of a pad

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8–30 types of Putty

Putty pads =

 

Sound attenuation

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8–31 types of caulk or sealant

Intumescent =

Endothermic =

Ablative =

 

* Swells

* absorbs

* hard char

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8–31 types of caulk or sealant

Fire caulk or sealant =

 

Permanent installations

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8–32 Types of caulk or sealant

Silicon foams =

 

Mainly used for large opening

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8–33 Types of caulk or sealant

Pillows =

 

Regarded as temporary fire stops

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8–33 Types of caulk or sealant

Bags =

 

Poultry fencing

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8–33 Types of caulk or sealant

Glass fiber melts =

 

1200°F

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8–46 access panels, fixtures recessed boxes

Individual penetrations exceeding =

 

16 in.² one face of a stud wall

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8–46 electrical apparatus

Multiple penetrations exceeding =

 

100 in.² per 100 ft.²

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8–48 framed wall guidelines

Hollow lath and plaster walls identical =

 

Framed walls composed of wood or steel studs

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8–52 pipe penetrations (floor/ceiling)

Wood penetration =

 

Mineral wool

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8–53 roof/ceiling

Firefighters often vent roof =

(2)

 

  • prevent the heat buildup
  • reduce the possibility of roof collapse

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8–55 curtainwall floor/ceiling

Choosing a seal system =

 

Good engineering judgment

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8-87 Figure 8.48

Q image thumb

 

 

Concrete floor (telecom cable)

F rating = 3 hours

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8-91 Figure 8.52

 

Q image thumb

 

 

Concrete Floor (telecom cable)

F-rating = 2 hours

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8-103 Figure 8.61

Q image thumb

 

 

plenum-rated wrap system for combustible pipe

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8-104 Figure 8.62

Q image thumb

 

 

Intumescent blocks

"busy"

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8–121 references

NFPA101 =

 

Life safety code

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8–122 references

UL1479 =

 

Fire tests of through – penetration firestops

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8-3 fire stopping and disaster avoidance

Keys to fire protection:

(4)

 

* prevention

* detection

* suppression

* compartmentation

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