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Understanding UL Nomenclature for Firestop-Through Penetrations: Part 1
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Concrete masonry, due to its inherent durability, reliability and superior fire resistance characteristics, is well suited to a range of fire protection applications. Of the three defined fire-rated assemblies, a fire wall is generally considered to provide the highest level of robustness and fire safety. As such, it is intended to provide complete separation and must be structurally stable under fire conditions. Generally, fire barriers and fire partitions are required to provide the minimum protection necessary to assure that building occupants can evacuate a structure without suffering personal injury or loss of life.
So when we punch a hole through this system we must proceed with caution, ensuring that we maintain the integrity of the building envelope. A moisture management system is only as strong as its weakest link. Proper planning and sequencing will ensure that every penetration is correctly detailed.