LN11 FIRESCREEN SILICONE
Bond It has been a manufacturer of high performance and high-quality building chemicals such as sealants, adhesives, grouts, cleaners, expanding foams, fillers, decorating sundries, landscaping products and many other similar products, for almost two decades.
Bond IT serves customers across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and North America and offer a comprehensive range of competitively priced products which cater for the widest range of needs.
Bond ITs focus on quality is such that they have long held ISO9001:2008 accreditation and also operate stringent quality control procedures that cover all aspects of their manufacturing operations and service delivery.
Bond IT aim to exceed expectations and their company strapline of ‘Never compromise on quality’ is more than marketing speak.
Prevents the spread of flame, smoke, toxic gases and water. Halogen-free to reduce the risks of toxic fumes and corrosion in the event of a fire. This product offers up to 4 hours of fire protection when used in accordance with the designs specified in Fire Report J86313/1, ex Redhill Fire Research.
Conforms to: EN1366-3 (penetration seals) and EN1366-4 (linear joints).
It is a neutral curing chemical system suitable for use on concrete, cement, all kinds of metals, timber, glass, ceramics and many plastics. Maintains the integrity of fire walls when breached by conduits, pipes, etc, sealing panels, door frames, partitions, cap beading of protective fire glazing. All the benefits of a silicone rubber sealant, sealing, waterproofing, etc. Bond It LN11 has high movement capabilities and excellent adhesion to all common building materials. LN11 also has a long life expectancy.
Ensure all surfaces are clean, dry and free from grease, oil or any other contaminants that may hinder adhesion. Prime porous surfaces and metals other than stainless steel or anodised aluminium for optimum adhesion.
- Apply using a standard sealant gun with the nozzle cut at an angle of 45°, and to an opening slightly larger than the joint to be sealed.
- Use the appropriate backing material to set the depth of the seal. Gun in the sealant, taking care to avoid entraining air or leaving gaps and ensure that there is complete contact between sealant and substrate, particularly in any crevices.
- Tool down using a wetted spatula. For applications where the movement will occur, the correct geometry is essential to make sure that a fire break is maintained. A full fire test report is available on request.