TL20FIRE – Rytons 9×9 Intumescent RytBlock

General Details

TL20FIRE – Rytons 9×9 Intumescent RytBlock

  • Heavy-duty intumescent air transfer grille for walls, ducts and doors.
  • In the event of a fire, the slats fuse together and give a complete seal in 2 minutes.
  • Gives up to 3 hours resistance to fire, hot smoke and gases.
  • EI rating of 2 hours when used with a cover grille.
  • Tested in accordance with BS 476 Parts 20 and 22: 1987, BS EN 1634-1: 2014 and BS EN 1364-5: 2017.
  • Temperature increase insulated for 22 minutes.
  • Galvanised steel framework protects intumescent materials by preventing inward deformation.
  • Suitable for use in high humidity.
  • May be used horizontally or vertically.
  • Compatible with Rytons 9×9 AirLiner cavity liner.

Size:

  • 192mm L x 207mm H x 43mm D.
  • Bespoke sizes available using the Tailor-made by Rytons ventilation service.

Free Area:

  • 22,520mm² (225.2cm²) per unit.

Colours:

  • Steel grey.

Composition:

  • Z275 galvanised steel framework.
  • Metal slats with intumescent core.

Installation:

  • Insert into Rytons 9×9 AirLiner cavity liner and bed into position with an intumescent sealant.
  • Due to the majority of house fires starting inside the home, we recommend positioning the block at the internal end of the adjustable cavity liner sleeve.
  • Alternatively/additionally, if there is an identified risk of a fire starting externally, position the intumescent block behind the air brick.
  • The upper edge of the intumescent grille should be no higher than 3m from floor level.
  • The lower edge of the intumescent grille should be no closer than 200mm to floor level.
  • The intumescent block must be surrounded by brickwork or blockwork for it to operate successfully.

Handling Information:

  • Weight: 0.674kg.

Reference Material:

  • BS 476-20:1987 – Fire tests on building materials and structures.  Method for determination of the fire resistance of elements of construction (general principles).
  • BS 476-22:1987 – Fire tests on building materials and structures.  Method for determination of the fire resistance of non-loadbearing elements of construction.
  • BS EN 1634-1:2014 – Fire resistance and smoke control tests for door and shutter assemblies, openable windows and elements of building hardware.  Fire resistance test for door and shutter assemblies and openable windows.
  • BS EN 1364-5:2017 – Fire resistance tests for non-loadbearing elements.  Air transfer grilles.
  • European fire protection classification EI (Insulation).  The ability of a specimen of a separating element to restrict the temperature rise of the unexposed face to below specified levels.
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