ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120

fire stop joint sealing tape

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ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120

The sealing solution which meets demanding fire-protection requirements

ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120 is a PUR sealing tape equipped with a special flame-retardant impregnation which withstands fire and smoke for at least 30 to 120 minutes in the event of a fire. Thanks to these characteristics it meets the most stringent fire-protection requirements.

 

ISO-FLAME KOMBI F120

Prevents joints burning through

  • meets the requirements of DIN 4102-4 F 120
  • approved for fire resistance classes F 30 and F 120
  • approved by iBMB MPA Braunschweig, ABP P-3436 / 5813 - MPA BS
  • permanently elastic, with life-long movement capacity
  • for joint sizes from 4 to 40 mm
  • acoustic and thermal insulation properties
  • can be painted over using standard emulsion paints
  • constant, DIN-conform quality regularly tested by external institutes

 

ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120

For fast and clean application

With ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120 you install a reliable fire-protection solution for your customers. Good for you: pre-treatment of the joint or additional sealing using filler at the joint flanks is not necessary. ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120 may be covered with standard silicone masses to meet further optical and water-tightness requirements.

 

 

The sealing tape for comprehensive building safety

ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120 can be used in all areas of construction and building types. It is excellent as a fire-stop for expansion and moving joints in components used to form fire zones.

 

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ISO-FLAME KOMBI F 120

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