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Everbuild Firefoam B2 Hand Held 750mlID EV015B2H
Everbuild Firefoam B2 is a quick setting, one part polyurethane foam with fire resistance properties.
The foam expands on application to up to 50 times its original volume and meets the requirements of DIN 4102 Part 1 for Construction Materials and BS476 Part 20.
Fire rated up to 2 hours in certain joint configurations. Once cured, the foam can be cut, sawn or plastered over after only one hour providing the working temperatures (can and surfaces) are between +5 to +25 deg C, ideally 20 deg C.
Unfortunately due to the nature of this product, it cannot be delivered and is therefore only available to click and collect.
|Features And Benefits||
|Product Name||Everbuild Firefoam B2 Hand Held 750ml|
|Product Weight||0.93 kg|
|Product Height||330.0 mm|
|Product Length||65.0 mm|
|Product Depth||65.0 mm|
|Manufacturer Part Number||B2FIREHAND|
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