Wire penetration grommet

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Edit for clarification: I should have said conduit not piping Jonemac - you are a smart person. Am I the OP? But, in MOST of our buildings there are also asbestos walls an insulation we are grand fathered and dont need to remove it. That said, some ignorant thought that a flaming PVC pipe burning is at issue is the least of someones concerns.

EP0880210A1 - Sealing of a wire harness in a grommet - Google Patents

Grommet - Wikipedia

Specified Technology Part No. SpecSeal Ready Firestop Grommet contains a pack of two-piece split cable grommet for cable penetration up to 0. For a single cable or small multi-cable bundles penetrating through one- and two-hour fire-rated gypsum board walls, eliminating sleeves, sealant and putty. Single or small multi-cable penetrations can be time consuming, expensive and messy. Ready Firestop Grommets make membrane and through-penetrations through rated gypsum board walls a snap. Just drill a hole, run your cable s , snap the grommet around the cable s and press it into the wall. Use a single grommet for single-sided membrane penetrations or drill a hole through both sides of the wall and install grommets back-to-back for through-penetrations.

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Kind code of ref document : A1. Effective date : The sealing agent is composed of two liquids which on mixing undergo reactive hardening. The two liquids are a first liquid consisting essentially of a main reactive agent, at least one viscosity depressant and at least one hardening accelerator, and a second liquid consisting essentially of a hardening agent which reacts with said main reactive agent to effect the reactive hardening.
A grommet is a ring or edge strip inserted into a hole through thin material, typically a sheet of textile fabric, sheet metal or composite of carbon fiber, wood or honeycomb. Grommets are generally flared or collared on each side to keep them in place, and are often made of metal , plastic , or rubber. They may be used to prevent tearing or abrasion of the pierced material or protection from abrasion of the insulation on the wire, cable, line being routed through the penetration, and to cover sharp edges of the piercing, or all of the above. A small grommet may also be called an eyelet , used for example on shoes, tarps and sails for lacing purposes.