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METHOD OF PROTECTING A CABLE BUNDLE IN A PLASTIC PIPE PENETRATING WALL AND FLOOR ACCORDING TO ETA-17/1061
1 - flexible or rigid wall with a thickness of B = min. 100 mm
2 - plastic pipe, diameter "D" and pipe wall thickness "t";
with a cable bundle inside, diameter 60 mm, consisting of
a maximum of 5 cables with a diameter not greater than 13 mm
3 - Piro Multitube PM with dimensions [h x s] placed centrally
inside the wall
4 - cable tie or adhesive tape
5 - the gap between the pipe and the partition, width "a", filled with
mineral wool with a density of min. 60 kg / m3
6 - gypsum mortar with a thickness of g1 = min. 5 mm
Technical drawing 1
Steps 1 - 5
Read in the table the length of Piro Multitube PM tape for a given pipe diameter. Then measure it out and cut with a knife.
Wrap the cut tape around the pipe. Follow strictly the number of wraps given in the table.
Secure the Piro Multitube PM with a cable tie or adhesive tape and slide it inside the partition.
Fill the space between the pipe and the partition with cement mortar.
Mark the completed penetration seal with the attached label, mark Piro Multitube PM on it, enter the date and name.
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