SabreFix FRF is a professional fire protection foam with low post expansion for demanding users. Fire resistance is tested according to European standard EN 1366-4 and reaction to fire according to standard DIN 4102-1. Fire resistance is rated in accordance with EN 13501 -2:2007. SabreFix FRF is fast curing and gives great results at low temperatures and good resistance to moisture and mould. Cured foam is a good temperature and sound insulator. The foam has very good adhesion properties and adheres well to most construction materials, except Teflon, polyethylene and silicone surfaces.


Available in:
750ml Aerosol


  • Pipe entries through fire rated walls
  • Fire rated seal around window and door frames
  • Electrical wire chasing
  • Deep joints
  • Irregular gaps
  • Timber structures
  • Windowsills
  • Window frames
  • Behind cladding to exterior walls
  • Behind soffit and barge boards

See all applications in our Technical Data Sheet

See all applications in our Technical Data Sheet

How to use

  • Substrate Preparation

    Ensure substrates are clean, dry and free of dust and grease. Priming is not required.

  • Application

    Hold the foam can in upright position, turn the gun to the can by holding the gun handle with one hand, and turn the can with the other hand. Make sure that the gun is not pointed to other persons when turning it. The can must not be screwed to the gun with the valve upside down or by turning the gun on the can. After fixing the gun, shake the can well at least 20 times. The foam output can be adjusted by gun trigger. Substrate should be moistened as the foam expands due to moisture. A moistened surface ensures better results. At low temperatures foam can must be warmed before work in warm room or water. Temperature of room or water must not exceed +30°C

  • After Use

    Keep a filled can of foam attached to the gun and the gun filled with foam. Failure to do so will result in the foam curing in the gun. Tighten the flow adjustment screw to prevent accidental discharge. Store the can vertically with the gun facing upwards.

  • Cleaning

    Uncured foam can be cleaned from tools and surfaces with Sabre FC Expanding Foam Cleaner. Cured foam can be removed mechanically. Hands clothes and foam gun can be cleaned from uncured foam with moistened Sabre THUNDER WIPES.



Is SabreFix FRF certified to AS1530.4 2014?

Yes. The relevant Fire Assessment Reports can be accessed from our downloads section.

How long does SabreFix FRF take to cure?

SabreFix FRF is quick setting and can be cut, sawn or plastered in 1 hour.

What do I use to clean the foam gun after use?

Clean all tools and equipment with Sabre FC Expanding Foam Cleaner

Is SabreFix FRF UV Stable?

No. If the foam is going to be left exposed to sunlight long-term, it is recommended that the foam be painted.

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