The core panel of OSB Firestop is OSB 3 board, treated with patented fire-resistant Pyrotite® finish on one or both sides. The Pyrotite® finish consists of magnesium oxide cement, reinforced with a fibreglass mesh.
This board provides load capacity and fire resistance to building structures and are lighter and stronger than plasterboard. With the same thickness, they achieve similar fire properties as sheathing systems based on the combination of OSB and plasterboard.
Using OSB Firestop boards as roof or floor decking saves assembly time and is more cost-effective. When using OSB Firestop as internal lining, the walls and ceilings can only be finished by primer and conventional interior paint.
Pyrotite® technology for OSB boards has more than fifteen years of verified functionality. In contrast to conventional fire protective coatings designed for wood-based products, Pyrotite® does not lose its protective qualities over time.
- Easy fixation using conventional fasteners (screws, nails, staples)
- Excellent price to performance ratio
- High load-bearing capacity and stiffness for construction purposes
- High dimensional accuracy and shape stability
- High flexibility and impact resistance
- Easy workability with popular woodworking tools
- The non-flammable surface does not contribute to fire spread and does not form burning droplets
- Environmentally friendly, recyclable product
- Cladding in public buildings with increased fire regulations
- Internal non-load-bearing cladding of walls and ceilings, partitions
- Structural roof decking
- Load-bearing for ceilings and roofs
- Sub-floors and baseboards for flooring systems
- Attic conversions or extensions
- Interior decoration, furniture elements, frameworks for upholstered furniture
- Production of packaging materials, pallets, shipping containers with high technical demands
- Exhibitions (display stands, kiosks)
EN 300 – type OSB 3; EN 13501-1: class B-s1, d0; EN 13986:2004+A1:2015
E1 (EN ISO 12460-5)