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Fire protection systems and solutions for virtually any opening, construction
joint or penetration.



Fire protection is a critical concern for architects, engineers and contractors responsible for creating the design, specification and construction of new buildings. It must also be considered in the ongoing maintenance of occupied spaces. Hilti provides firestop systems and solutions for a wide variety of large openings, construction joints and through penetrations where fire or smoke may try to spread.

Hilti’s firestop products are tested to the highest standards ensuring that only the best solutions are delivered to market bearing the Hilti name. Additionally, software and service offerings supporting the fire protection industry include Hilti’s team of non-structural field engineers and fire protection specialists, in-house technical staff creating customized engineering judgments for customers, Hilti Button for BIM and CFS-DM documentation manager software and Hilti’s Accredited Firestop Specialty Contractor program.

Engineering Judgments
Contractors consistently encounter unique jobsite conditions requiring new penetrations through fire-rated assemblies regardless of how many firestop systems are tested and approved by third-party testing agencies. Custom drawings are sometimes needed in order to provide the most comprehensive fire protection solution for an entire project to account for these unique applications for which a tested and approved system does not already exist. Request an engineering judgment from Hilti’s firestop team here.  

Hilti EDucation

Firestop Software

Approvals and Reports

Technical Data

Specs & CAD Details

BIM Resources

Jobsite References

Continuing Education


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