Spray applied fireproofing, also known as Sprayed Fire-Resistive Material (SFRM), provides passive fire protection for structural members in a building. This article covers composition, application, properties, and links to a list of manufacturers.
This article covers through-penetration firestopping and fire resistive joint systems, which are used in buildings as passive fire protection. Learn about F-Ratings, T-Ratings, L-Ratings, Engineering Judgments, and the difference between the various systems.
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