Pacific PFW120 Fuego Steel Fire Window -/120/120
The Pacific Forster Fuego -/120/120 is a fixed glazing, steel framed fire rated window. It provides 120 minutes of integrity and 120 minutes of insulation.
The thickness of the window frame is 110 mm with an approximate glazed weight of 126 kg/m2
|Glazing Type||Maximum Glazed Area||Max Height (mm)||Max Width (mm)||Frame Type||Fire Rating|
|Pyrostop 52 (Interior)||3.282 m2||2370||2370||√||-/120/120|
|Pyrostop 56 (Exterior)||3.282 m2||2370||2370||√||-/120/120|
- Sizes noted above are the clear view.
The maximum allowed clear view is 3.282 m2. Height or width can go up to 2370 mm but will be limited by the overall clear view. Multiple panes may be joined by transoms/mullions. Total overall frame height is 3015 mm. There is no overall width limitation.
Standard preparation for interior use is powder coating.
Standard preparation for exterior use is sandblasting followed by zinc arc spray (15 year weatherability grade) to frame.
Unit can be delivered with a powder coat finish or primed ready to paint.
There is currently no weathertightness testing performed on this window.
Frame Types & Profiles
The frame is made from 1.5 mm cold formed steel box sections.
For more in depth information on frame profiles and sizes, please see our Installation Instructions.
The Pacific Steel Fire Window -/120/120 is suitable for installation in timber stud, steel stud and masonry walls.
The standard installation method for steel or timber stud walls is by 12g screws at max. 450 mm centres.
The standard for Masonry installation is M8 Excalibur screwbolts (or similar) at max. 450 mm centres. No fasteners are exposed to weather or attack face.
Technical Compliance Statement
The Pacific Forster Fuego -/120/120 fire window complies with the requirements of NZS 4232.2 Fire-resisting glazing systems when installed in accordance with Pacific Doors’ Installation Instructions into a complying fire-resistant wall.
NZS 4232.2 is referenced in the New Zealand Building Code Acceptable Solutions (Definitions)
Pacific Forster Fuego -/120/120 fire windows have been successfully fire-tested in accordance with AS1530.4 or BS476, as referenced in NZS 4232 and in Appendix C 5.1.1.
The fire resistance achieved by the Pacific Forster Fuego -/120/120 was FRR -/120/120
The Pacific Forster Fuego -/120/120 fire window will satisfy the requirements of NZBC, B2 “Durability” under conditions of use, installation and maintenance specified by Pacific Doors, or specific contractual guarantees, whichever are overriding.