We are pleased to advise that here at All England, we are proud to be one of the very few approved installers for the Injectaclad System in the UK.
Injectaclad is a tested and regulatory-compliant solution that saves time, is cost-efficient and also causes little disruption to occupied buildings.
What is Injectaclad, and how does it work?
Injectaclad is an acrylic-based graphite sealant used to repair and strengthen the fire-resistant properties of walls and floors where gaps are present within hidden voids (up to 200 mm width). It is ideal for uneven and irregular types of cavity construction and can be done without removing external façade systems.
Injectaclad is pumped in to fill the void to form a linear cavity fire barrier.
When installed correctly, Injectaclad prevents smoke and fire from passing from one area to another by expanding on contact with heat.
At All England, we are experienced and knowledgeable in the system and have a rigorous quality assurance process, so you have complete peace of mind.
– it is reliable – smoke, gas, water and airtight
– retrospective cavity barrier repair system
– Simultaneous and speedy installation across multiple elevations
– Ideal for uneven and irregular cavity construction types
– cost and time effective
– installation causes minimum disruption (ideal for residential properties).
Do you have issues with cladding that require you to install retrospective cavity barriers?
For more information, contact Jack Bielby, Director of All England Diamond Drilling & Passive Fire Protection Ltd.