Insulating around radiator pipes and junction boxes?

I have 1920's house with a suspended timber floor. I was thinking of adding Kingspan/Celotex 100mm insulation in between the joists. However, I have electrical junction boxes attached to the joists and also pipework going through and above the joist in a few places. What's general consensus around installing insulation around the electrical junction boxes and heating pipe in regards to fire safety. Any pointers would be hugely appreciated?

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11th May 2020
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Max & Mitchell
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Hi guys,when we carry out loft works we come across this issue sometimes we leave a gap around the boxes as I never like to insulate to close juts for safety reasons but there is now a more eco friendly product on the market and it’s strictly fire proof it’s perfect for round these points and closes any cold air spots
23rd Jun 2020
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