How to Install a FireStop Putty Pad
Here is a brief demonstration on installing Fire Stop Putty Pads. These are a non-hardening, intumescent compound designed to seal through-penetrations as well as certain membrane penetrations against the spread of fire, smoke, toxic gasses and sound.
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A Firestop Putty Pad provides acoustical sealant for wall penetrations in the form of a release lined pad that is easy to apply to electrical boxes or other penetrates. The pad is conveniently sized to fit standard single or double gang boxes with no cutting or piercing required. Faced on both sides with a poly liner, Firestop Putty Pads are easily applied with no mess or excessive residue.
Firestop Putty Pads may also be used through penetrations for wire, cable, etc. Strips of the pad may be cut off and packed around any wall opening. Pad strips may also be applied to penetrate in a mortar system to create a firestop, as well as to absorb movement due to expansion and contraction or resonate vibration. No other product is as easy and versatile to use and has tested and proven fire and acoustical resistance.
Remove excess material from all contact surfaces immediately. Clean hands or skin using a water-less hand cleaner. When using water emulsifiable soaps, apply soap and work over areas of the skin contact prior to applying water.