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Intumescent Acoustic Mastic FiAM

Flexible fire resistant acoustic mastic

fischer FiAM is a one part water based acrylic emulsion that can provide up to 5 hours fire resistance when used in construction joints and services in both vertical and horizontal applications. When exposed to fire, it reacts to form a highly insulative char that slows down heat transfer, and provides a barrier to fire seal. Tested to BS EN1366-3 & 4, UL 2079 and BS476-20 the FiAM is also ETA appoved and CE Marked. Formulated to be halogen and solvent free the FiAM exhibits excellent slump characteristics and has been designed to maintain the sound reduction index of a structure.

Product Description

Advantages
  • Water based
  • Low VOC
  • Movement capability ± 25 %
  • Excellent acoustic properties
  • Approved for infinite linear gap length
  • Halogen and solvent free
  • Paintable and excellent slump characteristics

Available Product Variants

Application and Permission

Applications
Building materials
  • Flexible wall constructions
  • Rigid floor and wall constructions
  • Masonry
  • Concrete
  • Timber
  • Steel
  • FCPS System
* You can find detailed information on building materials in the registration document.

Permission

  • ETA-14/0378
  • ETA-14/0379
For Details see corresponding Documents

Assembly Instruction

Functioning
  • FiAM is a one-part water-based acrylic emulsion.
  • It has a fire resistance of up to 5 hours when used in construction joints and services in both vertical and horizontal applications.
  • When exposed to fire, it reacts to form a highly insulative char that slows down heat transfer and provides a barrier to fire seal.
  • It is suitably compatible in a variety of materials, and is utilised within the FCPS which is designed to seal large openings in fire rated floors and walls.
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