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Hi all, putting a hole through a wall soon for some data. Thing is, there's a chance there'll be more data to go through in the future (could be years away though).

I wanted to put a big hole through the wall but then thought it's pointless as I'd need to fire seal it anyway. Anyone got a method of fire sealing a 6 inch diameter hole but so I can open it up easily if I need more cables to go through in future?
 
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Hi all, putting a hole through a wall soon for some data. Thing is, there's a chance there'll be more data to go through in the future (could be years away though).

I wanted to put a big hole through the wall but then thought it's pointless as I'd need to fire seal it anyway. Anyone got a method of fire sealing a 6 inch diameter hole but so I can open it up easily if I need more cables to go through in future?
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as per Wilco, fire pillows. use them in Datacentre enviroments all the time where cables are added and removed on a monthly basis.
 
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