Enviroboards Fire Board Installs - See Customer Examples for more information

 

Euston Station, Gatwick Airport, Eon Energy, St Mary's Hospital London, Scottish & Southern Electric, The Norfolk Fire Service, York University, Brentwood Railway Station, Jamie's Italian Restaurants, Bletchley Park, Tesco, Asda, Addenbrooke's Hospital

Enviroboards Oil Tank Kits

Domestic Oil Tank Protection

A fire rated barrier is required where oil storage tanks of less than 3,500 litres capacity serving single family dwellings are sited:-

- Within 760mm of a combustible boundary 
- Within 1800mm of a combustible wall of a building
- Within 1800mm of an opening in a non combustible

wall (door, window, flue, etc.)

A 60 minute fire rated barrier is required for commercial

installations and tanks of over 3,500 litres capacity.

We recommend discussing your oil tank surround

requirements with your local OFTEC or Building Control

Officer before purchasing. 

The Building Regulations 2010.  

Approved Document J; Section 5

Enviroboards Uniboard have been tested to:

BS EN 13501-1 (A1 Rated)

BS EN 1182 (Non Combustible)

BS EN 12476 (Water Impermeable)

BS 476 Part 3 (1 hour rated)

BS 476 Part 6 (A1 Rated)

BS 476 Part 7 (Class 1)

BS 476 Part 22

BS 476 Class 0

The below Enviroboards Oil Tank Kits can be purchased directly through Ebay.

Kit 1 will cover 7.4 Sqm and consists of :

5 x 1220 x 1220 x 9mm Fireboards

3 x 310mm tubes of Intumescent Jointing sealant

Stainless Steel counter sunk screws 4.0 x 25mm (approx. 100)

Delivery to UK Mainland

£205.00

Kit 2 will cover 10.36 Sqm and consists of :

7 x 1220 x 1220 x 9mm Fireboards

4 x 310mm tubes of Intumescent Jointing sealant

Stainless Steel counter sunk screws 4.0 x 25mm (approx. 150)

Delivery to UK Mainland

£235.00

Kit 3 will cover 14.8 Sqm and consists of :

10 x 1220 x 1220 x 9mm Fireboards

5 x 310mm tubes of Intumescent Jointing sealant

Stainless Steel counter sunk screws 4.0 x 25mm (approx. 200)

Delivery to UK Mainland

£275.00

Installation

OFTEC recommend that the boards are installed in the same way they were tested, in our case to BS476 Part 22. (Test Report available here)

The Boards should be fixed onto both sides of a timber frame with insulation sandwiched between them, at approximately 300mm centres with stainless steel screws. (Timber frame and insulation not included.)  All joints should be sealed with Intumescent Jointing Sealant.

We recommend a coat of Weathershield paint or similar should be applied to the boards once installed.

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