Fire wall penetration pictures

For approximately 40 years, unprotected or improperly protected penetrations have presented a subject of much concern to the fire-protection community. The arriving firefighters discovered several fires had broken out in five remote locations, filling many different areas of the building with smoke. According to the National Fire Protection Association's report on the fire, unprotected vertical and horizontal penetrations provided one of the major contributing causes of the rapid, erratic spread of smoke and fire. These openings allowed the smoke to spread beyond the electrical rooms and into occupied floors. Numerous fires similar to this one have emphasized the need for fire stopping the penetrations made by electrical installations. As a result of these fires, the respective committees developed requirements for both the building code and National Electrical Code NEC.
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Construction Concerns: Penetrations of Rated Wall and Floor Assemblies - Fire Engineering

Building and fire codes require the construction of some interior walls and floor-ceiling assemblies to resist the passage of fire for a certain length of time, usually expressed in hours. These rated assemblies usually separate rooms, apartments, means of egress including exit corridors and stairways , and the different levels floors of the building. The method of preventing the passage of fire and products of combustion around and through pipes, electrical conduits, ducts, and cables is usually determined in new construction and remodeling by the architect and fire protection engineer, based on building, fire, and NFPA Life Safety Code requirements. During repairs and building and systems maintenance, the Authorities Having Jurisdiction AHJ expect that the same level of protection will be maintained as in the original construction. In most types of construction and occupancies, these penetrations of non-rated partitions and floor-ceiling assemblies require no special procedures; although some occupancies and AHJ will require smoke seal or fire caulk around each pipe, conduit, duct, and cable on both sides of the penetration.
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Penetrations in fire rated systems

Fire-rated wall assemblies are built to separate building areas with higher hazards from those with lower hazards, to separate people from hazards and storage areas, to divide a building into smaller areas to slow the spread of fire, and to help confine fire to the area of origin. Fire-rated door and frame assemblies are used in fire-rated walls. Fire-rated dampers are used in ducts that pass through fire-rated walls. Openings in these walls for pipes and cables must also be protected. Photo 1 below shows a pipe and an electrical conduit that penetrate this two-hour-rated wall.
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A firewall is a fire-resistant barrier used to prevent the spread of fire. Firewalls are built between or through buildings, structures, or electrical substation transformers, or within an aircraft or vehicle. Firewalls can be used to subdivide a building into separate fire areas and are constructed in accordance with the locally applicable building codes. Firewalls are a portion of a building's passive fire protection systems. Firewalls can be used to separate-high value transformers at an electrical substation in the event of a mineral oil tank rupture and ignition.
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