Fire Protection of Ductworks

ADVANTAGES

Self-supporting Ducts

The relative complexity of any ductwork system passing through different fire compartments and the relevance of the system’s function in ambient as well as fire conditions can make the selection of a suitable ductwork system difficult.

Promat provides guidance on fire performance requirements and a wide range of solutions for protecting ductwork and other self supporting systems.

 
FRL 30/30/30
FRL 60/60/30
FRL 60/60/60
FRL 90/90/90
FRL 120/120/-
FRL 120/120/60
FRL 120/120/120
FRL 180/180/90
FRL 180/180/120
FRL 180/180/180
FRL 240/240/-
FRL 240/240/30
FRL 240/240/120
FRL 240/240/180
FRL 240/240/240
FRL 360/360/-
PROMATECT®-H Self-supporting Duct Systems         X   X X       X     X  
PROMATECT®-L500 Self-supporting Duct Systems X X X X     X         X     X  
PROMATECT®-S Self-supporting Duct Systems         X X X   X X X   X X X X

Note: FRL */*/* (Fire Resistance Limit – *Stability / *Integrity / *Insulation)

The following points are some of the factors which should be considered when determining the correct specification to ensure a ductwork system will provide the required fire performance.

  • Required fire exposure
  • Required fire performance
  • Supporting structure
  • Hanger support
  • Steel ductwork
  • Penetrations through walls & floors
  • Movement joints
  • Air flow & leakage
  • Ductwork functions
  • Other requirements

Application & Technical Manual

Promat Asia Pacific Handbook

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