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  • Fire Protection Products

    Confi dence Even under Fire

  • Protecting lives for more than 30 years

    Progress and Trends

    As an industry leader, 3M drives technologies that enable lower cost building solutions. For instance, 3M intumescent technology enabled the use of plastic pipes that were originally banned in commercial buildings due to their combustible nature – providing a cheaper, easy- to-install solution for electrical conduits and plumbing lines.

    3MTM gains reputation for leadership and earns the industry's trust: 1980 3MTM Fire Barriers FS-195 Wrap/Strip Introduced.

    1981 3MTM helps write the first specific test standard for through penetration firestop systems (ASTM E 814).

    1982 3MTM Fire Barrier CP25 Caulk, 3MTM Fire Barrier Putty 303 and 3MTM Interam Mat indroduced.

    1990 3M developes an insustry milestone with reformulated, water-based 3MTM Fire Barrier CP25WB Caulk - easier to clean and less environmentally inpactful than most solvent based caulks.

    1994 3MTM introduces fire protection wraps for grease, air, fume and plenum ducts. This established 3MTM as a full service fire protection provider for through penetrations, construction joints and now protective insulative wraps.

    1997 3MTM Introduces Firedam spray for construction joints to meet ASTM 1399 test criteria.

    2003 3MTM launches first firestop sealants to meet new UL Water Leakage test, W Rating-Class 1 requirements.

    2004 3MTM named #1 brand preffered by installers of firestop products.

    2006 3MTM develops e-Train, a comprehensive on-line firestop program that has become the industry benchmark for training.

    In 1974, the movie Towering Inferno sparked the imagination of Richard Licht, a 3M product developer who passionately believed 3M technologies could be used to improve the safety of multi-story buildings. Several devastating fires – including the 1980 MGM Grand Hotel fire that killed 84 people and injured 679, inspired Licht to develop the first firestop products based on existing 3M intumescent technology. Recognized by many as “The Father of Fire stopping,” Licht also helped develop some of the first firestop requirements in commercial building codes. He worked tirelessly to make the codes more demanding to improve the safety of buildings.

  • Passive fire protection functions to contain fires at the source, preventing loss of life by preventing the products of combustion (smoke, hot gases and flames) from spreading throughout a building.

    Passive fire protection is a proven method of protecting structures against fire, and of providing protection to services within concealed spaces by reducing/minimizing/delaying the spread of a fully grown fire to different compartments to prevent/reduce loss in terms of life and property. A vital factor in reducing this risk is to provide physical barriers to the spread of fire within the building by dividing it in to a series of compartments.

    The protection of the structural flame, the enclosure and protection of vertical and horizontal openings, effective firestopping at junctions, protection of service penetrations, and use of low flame spread finishing materials and non-combustible materials are all economically viable, effective & important considerations.

    Having passive protection in place helps assure building occupants that there will be time to exit before gases, fire and smoke spread throughout the building. If active systems fail, as they often do, then there is still a passive system in place for life safety.

    It can be achieved by use of an effective Firestopping system. Firestopping is an integral part of fire protection engineering. Firestop systems protect against the passage of flames, deadly gases and toxic smoke through openings that are created for penetrations, joints and gaps in fire. Resistive walls, floors and floor/ceiling assembly. The integrity of fire-rated assemblies is restored by firestop systems.

    3MTM is proud to be the industry leader in firestopping.

    Our dedication to stringent testing and code developments help make buildings safer today than they were even 10 years ago. And when that dedication is backed by the 3MTM brand, you get what you would expect – proven reliability and outstanding service.

    The construction industry is increasingly moving towards easy-to-use firestop solutions. That’s why 3MTM, in its leadership role, provides cutting-edge and fully integrated systems. These systems are designed to help you efficiently build safer buildings that protect lives and property.

    The majority of 3MTM’s firestopping innovations are tested on-site in the company’s own UL and Intertek certified fire-test center. By testing these systems in actual job-specific conditions, we help you with high-quality, effective firestopping solutions.

    Building designs and uses continue to evolve, and so too must 3MTM firestop technology. For example, in buildings where telecommunication cables are constantly being upgraded, the 3M™ Fire Barrier Pass-Through Device allows for re-enter ability and helps keep cables organized and protected.

    Passive Fire Protection Systems

    From time-tested fire barrier sealants to today’s innovative firestop devices and duct wraps, 3MTM scientists work to develop solutions to firestop virtually anything on a building site. With over 100 products and over 1000 tested approved systems, 3MTM has the most complete program for all your firestopping needs.

  • Fires are a major hazard to human life and cause costly damage to infrastructure. With major information/data, huge investments and above all life at risk, the IT- ITES and Telecom sector stands at a higher risk than any normal office complex. The losses in terms of life, resources, business downtime are huge. The limited escape facilities and the difficulties encountered by intervention forces in gaining access, call for extensive safety arrangements which must be complementary and mutually coordinated.

    Fire Protection for IT, ITES and Telecom Buildings

    Application Areas Application Area

    Vertical Shaft and risers

    Electrical, Mechanical, telecom and all other service shafts at �oor level

    Sealing of all wall openings in through the shaft

    Construction and Expansion Joint

    Curtain wall opening

    Opening around HVAC ducts

    Cable entrance facility (CEF) area

    Power Area

    Main Distribution Frame (MDF) Area

    Standby Engine Area

    Signal processing equipment areas

    Reference to System details

    3MTM Fire Barrier Composite Sheet 195+

    3MTM Fire Barrier Endothermic Mortar

    3MTM Fire Barrier Sealant IC 15WB

    3MTM Fire Barrier FD 200

    3MTM Fire Barrier FD 200

    3MTM Fire Barrier Mortar/IC 15WB

    3MTM Fire Barrier CS 195/ FD 240/ FD 2000

    3MTM Fire Barrier FD 240/CS 195+/FD 2000

    3MTM Fire Barrier Mortar/FD 240/FD 2000

    3MTM Fire Barrier CS 195+

    3MTM Fire Barrier CS 195+/ Mortar

  • Fire safety not only provides life safety but it also gives you a competitive advantage. Industry studies tell us that 43 percent of businesses that are closed by a fire never resume. And 29 percent of those that do resume fail within three years.

    Fire Protection for Commercial Buildings

    Application Areas

    advantage. Industry studies tell us that 43 percent of businesses that are closed by a fire never resume. And 29 percent of those that do resume fail within three years.

    Fire protection is the prevention and reduction of the hazards associated with fires. It involves the study of the behavior, compartmentalization, suspension and investigation of fire and its related emergencies as well as the research and development, production, testing and application of mitigating systems.

    Application Area

    Vertical Shaft and risers

    Electrical, Mechanical, telecom & all other service shafts at �oor level

    Sealing of all wall openings in through the shaft

    Construction and Expansion Joint

    Curtain wall opening

    Opening around HVAC ducts

    Kitchen Exhaust Duct

    Basement Electrical Room

    Reference to System details

    3MTM Fire Barrier Composite Sheet 195+

    3MTM Fire Barrier Endothermic Mortar

    3MTM Fire Barrier Sealant IC 15WB

    3MTM Fire Barrier FD 200

    3MTM Fire Barrier FD 200

    3MTM Fire Barrier Mortar/IC 15WB

    3MTM Fire Barrier Duct Wrap 615+

    3MTM Fire Barrier FD 240/CS 195+/FD 2000

  • Fire Protection for Hospitality Industry

    Hospitality industry is one of the most prominent symbols of economic growth which has evolved dramatically in order to cater to specific and ever demanding customer needs. Structures are no longer built out of simple wood or masonry. It is also no longer designed as a series of rooms connected by a circulation route.

    Application Area

    wood or masonry. It is also no longer designed as a series of rooms connected by a circulation route.

    Main design issues in regards to fire protection and fire safety in the Hospitality Industry is due to High Occupant load, demographic and cultural differences, increased value of exposed materials, introduction of escalator and mezzanine floors and inter-relationships between multiple classification buildings within modern buildings.

    Application Area

    Vertical Shaft and risers Electrical, Mechanical, telecom and all other service shafts at �oor level

    Sealing of