3M™ Fire Barrier Rated Foam FIP 1-Step is a smoke, sound, and firestopping foam for wall and floor penetrations. Premium two-part, easy-to-handle formulation. Expands up to five times during installation and bonds to most construction substrates including, but not limited to, concrete, metal, wood, plastic, and cable jacketing. Dries to a flexible solid. During a fire, the product maintains a tight firestop against smoke and flame.
- Sag-resistant formulation
- Excellent adhesion
- Paintable with primer
- Quick cure and eliminates the need for mineral wool and caulk
ATTENTION: CODE OFFICIALS FIP 1-:
- Is a Rated Firestop Foam 4
- Is UL Listed 4 Meets ASTM E 814 4
- Meets the International
- Building Code for passive fire protection
Fire Barrier Rated Foam FIP 1-Step Applications
Typical applications include blank openings, metal pipes, cables, cable trays, insulated pipes, combination penetrations through concrete floor/wall, and gypsum wallboard assemblies.
FIP 1-Step shall be a two-component, ready-to-use, gun-grade, firestopping foam. FIP 1-Step shall be tested to the criteria of ASTM E 814/UL 1479 Standard Test Method for Fire Tests of Penetration Firestop Systems, ASTM E 84/UL 723 Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials, ASTM E 90 Standard Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Transmission Loss of Building Partitions and Elements, and ASTM E 413 Classification for Rating Sound Insulation. FIP 1-Step shall meet the requirements of the IBC, IRC, IFC, IPC, IMC, NFPA 5000, NEC (NFPA 70), NFPA 101 and NBCC.
Typically Specified Divisions
- Section 07 84 00 – Firestopping
- Section 07 27 00 – Air Barriers
- Section 07 86 00 – Smoke Seals
- Section 07 87 00 – Smoke Containment Barriers
- Section 21 00 00 – Fire Suppression
- Section 22 00 00 – Plumbing
- Section 26 00 00 – Electrical
Storage and Shelf Life
FIP 1-Step should be stored indoors in dry conditions between 40°F and 85°F (5°C and 30°C). Avoid freeze/thaw exposures of the FIP 1-Step while still in the packaging. If product freezes, then product must be fully thawed and brought to ideal application temperature prior to use.
FIP 1-Step shelf life is 16 months in original unopened containers from date of packaging when stored above 68°F (20°C) and below 90°F (32.2°C).