Touch 'n Seal FireStop 814 Caulk

Touch ‘n Seal FireStop 814 is a UL classified, one part, elastomeric, intumescent firestop caulk that meets or exceeds the requirements of ASTM E-814 (UL 1479).

FireStop 814 bonds to almost any traditional building surface, including wood, concrete, gypsum board, fiberboard, and metal. When used in wood and concrete assemblies, FireStop 814 is an approved through-penetration sealant for use around HVAC ducting; metal and plastic pipes; electrical and communications wire or other cabling.

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