fire protection coating for stuctural steel

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Place of Origin:
Tamil Nadu, India
Main Raw Material:
Epoxy
Usage:
Appliance Paint, Boat Paint, Building Coating, Electrical Insulating Varnish, Road Marking Paint, Rubber Coating
Application Method:
Spray
State:
Liquid Coating
Brand Name:
FlameGuard

STRUCTURAL STEEL PROTECTION       

FlameGuard ZP - Primer

Epoxy based zinc rich primer for fire protection coating for structural
steel.Toprotect steel against corrosion&prepare the surface.

FlameGuard SSP - Base Coat

During f ire when the structural steel temperature approaches 538°C it lose 60% of its yield
strength andmay lead to the building collapse. FlameGuard SSP Base Coat – coated to desired thickness prevents
steel structures from crossing the critical temperature of 538°C, thus delaying the collapse of loaded steel
structures for up to 2 hours and providing time for evacuation & fire fighting. The smooth fibre free robust
decorative surface allows the architect to use the structural steel work as an integral part of the building design.
Rapid installation with typically DFT's below2mm, appearance of the structure is preserved without affecting the
load bearing calculations. Incase of fire, the film expands tomany times its original film thickness.This provides an
insulating foam-like coating or char toprotect steelwork againstheat build-upandthe effects of fire.

FlameGuard SSP - Top Coat

Thin film high solids intumescent coating provide maximum protection & enables a high quality finish
to be obtained similar to conventional decorative paints.Ahard decorative self-extinguishing, fast drying finish to
seal the basecoat & provide an attractive high quality finish. Recommended as a top coat over FlameGuard SSP
Base Coat for optical reasons and moisture protection. The coating facilitates as sealer function to prevent early
degradationandinactivation of intumescent layer.Available in variousRALshades.
Coverage: 21 Sq.m/ 4 kgs / @ DFT 125 microns