VWB cavity barrier

Fire barriers

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Electrical and plumbing

Intumescent Coating for upgrading doors

Fireproof coatings

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Fire doors

Buildfix adhesive

Adhesives, fillers and sealants

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Acoustic, draught and weather seals

ventilation protection

Ventilation

Protector for glass

Glazing

Best selling passive fire protection products

DLC Regular Downlighter cover

Product 32


Intumescent downlighter covers and cages

A range of fire resistant covers for light fittings
Intumescent coating for timber

Product 42


Intumescent paint and varnishes for wood etc.

Intumescent coating for timber surfaces and timber products including doors

Product 30


Intumescent fire protection gaskets range

Adhesive pads and linings for use with a wide range of electrical boxes, offering fire and/or acoustic protection
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Product 55


Rainscreen Cavity Barrier Range

[ RS/WB ] [ RSF/RSM ]

Rainscreen cavity barriers with washer or bracket fixings for facade cladding systems.
Fire resistant paint for upgrading plasterboard

Product 105


Fire resistant coating for lath-and-plaster ceilings (EPCP)

Fire resistant coating for upgrading lath & plaster ceilings, walls and cornices to one hour protection

Passive Fire Products for Built-in Fire Protection

ENVIROGRAF®  passive fire products protect structural openings where services pass through building elements such as fire-rated ceilings, floors, and walls, to maintain their integrity. These intumescent systems of passive fire products are installed and remain passive until they are required to do their fire protection job.

Passive fire products are the first line of defence in a fire, and they work by reacting to fire without human intervention, sealing openings to contain fire in a building by means of compartmentation, by retarding the passage of flames across a surface, and by resisting the penetration of fire into structural elements such as doors. This not only limits the damage to property but gives time for people to be evacuated safely from the building and allows firefighters to get to the scene. You can get a visual introduction to passive fire products and fire protection by viewing the videos at www.envirograf.tv and the information on this site.

Passive fire products can be physical barriers such as fire barrier curtains or intumescent products that react when heat is applied in a fire. These passive fire products and fire protection systems do not require human intervention in order to perform their valuable duty. Other passive fire products are flame retardants to retard the spread of flames across a surface. These passive fire products can be in the form of coatings and paints for hard surfaces, or aerosol sprays for soft surfaces such as cloth and similar materials such as artificial flowers and foliage.

Throughout the extensive range of passive fire protection and passive fire products manufactured under the ENVIROGRAF® brand name, you will find a solution to your fire protection problems. ENVIROGRAF® works closely with you to determine the correct passive fire product for your requirements. Our international network of technical contacts is your first port of call for passive fire products and fire protection requirements. Your initial enquiry will be directed to the nearest ENVIROGRAF® contact for personal assistance by telephone, fax, or email. The ENVIROGRAF® passive fire products range has been developed over many years and there is almost certainly a passive fire product that’s right for you. Contact our technical advisors without delay for friendly, informed, professional help in your specification and acquisition tasks.

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Envirograf ® products are tested to British Standards & European Standards at approved test centres.

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