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Pyroplex PFG1HR 60 Minute Glazing Seal System

Quick Overview

The Pyroplex® 60 Minute Fire Glazing Seal System (PFG1HR) has been specifically designed and developed for use within fire resistant glazed apertures. The glazing seal incorporates two integral glazing fins to accommodate tolerance variations in both glass and door cores, whilst maintaining sufficient compression of the glass and maintaining a low visual sightline.

The three part system consists of 2 glazing seals and 1 aperture liner - 2.1m length

The system has been tested to the requirements of BS476: Part 22:1987: clause(s) 6/7, tested on uninsulated and insulated glass types, including radiation glasses. The
Pyroplex® 60 Minute Fire Glazing Seal System is accredited and approved under the CERTIFIRE Scheme TS25 - Fire Resistant Glass, Glazing Systems and Materials.

Certifire Certificate No. CF5287 - Technical Schedule TS25

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Regular Price: £13.80

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Field of application

Pyroplex® 60 Minute Fire Glazing Seal System (PFG1HR) has been specifically designed for use in the following applications:

  • Glazed apertures in timber fire resisting doors.
  • Suitable for use in conjunction with uninsulated and fully insulated fire resistant glasses.

Product features

  • Self adhesive backing for ease of application.
  • Low profile sightlines.
  • Printed for full identification and traceability.

Installation instructions

  1. Cut the aperture and ensure that the aperture is square cornered, remove any dust or debris from the aperture lining.
  2. Remove the liner from the packaging, cut the liner to the required length. Remove the release paper from the liner and apply to the cut aperture.  Apply even pressure during application to activate the adhesive properties of the self-adhesive system.
  3. Having prepared the timber beads to the required dimensions, remove the glazing seal from its packaging. Peel the yellow release paper from the seal and apply to the face of the bead. The glazing cap should overlap the top of the timber bead.  The bead should be manufactured from hardwood with a minimum density of 610kg/m3 Ash and Beech are not permissible for use in 60minute glazing.
  4. Mitre the beads to the correct length and push into the aperture to ensure a tight fit. Having now installed the beads, the beads can now be mechanically fixed into position. Using 50mm long screws (No.8) at 150mm centres.
  5. Working from the reverse, push the glass into the aperture, ensure that the glazing fin does not fold inward on itself. Repeat step 4 and ensure that all screws are securely fastened. Screws may be either exposed using screw cups or where aesthetic finishes are required screws maybe recessed and finished.

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