When it comes to cavity fire barriers, there are a lot of things you need to know in order to make the right decision for your business. In this article, we will discuss important facts that you should keep in mind when choosing this system.
This is an important part of any building’s safety system. Fire barriers are designed to prevent the spread of flame and smoke through cavities in walls, ceilings, or floors that may be exposed during a fire. They can also provide protection against heat transfer from hot surfaces such as pipes and ducts into nearby rooms where there might not otherwise be adequate protection provided by insulation materials alone. These systems typically consist of two main components-a cavity sealant layer coating applied directly onto the cavity surface and then covered with drywall board over top before installing gypsum board finishes inside-outside space between studs (if applicable). Both parts need proper installation order so they work together properly; however, this process varies depending on whether or not there is any cavity space left over from previous construction projects.
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