Fire Resistant Paint
Fire resistant paint which has properties that reduce burning rate and prevent the spread of fire. It is used in systems like electric cables as electrical panel, furniture, Fire Break. For buildings that need to be kept at regulation standards, for example, blocks of flats, houses that are rented out, industrial kitchens, schools, and hospitals etc, Fire proof paint need to be used. Depending on the substrate they need to be applied to and the environment and needs of the project, fire retardant paints have distinct levels of protection.
Fire Retardant Coating
Fire proof paint is an interior fire paint which forms a seamless layer by drying on the surface on which it is applied. Flame resistant in direct contact with fire. Water based solvent free. It doesn't keep dirt for long years via its special formula. It is suitable for use in wood, concrete, prefabricated and steel structures. Fire proof paints are most frequently used in large scale industrial spaces, public buildings and facilities, or on new builds.
Fire Retardant Paint
Characteristics of Fire proof paint
- It reduces flammability and combustion of building materials it coats.
- Fire-retardant paint does not prevent fires, but delays fire expansion.
- There are different types and, depending on each type, it can be applied on metal, wood, lacquered surfaces, etc
- It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor surfaces
- Using spray gun, brush or roller it can be applied.
Protexion’s fire resistant coating, intumescent primers and paints, are waterborne and can be applied to any wood-based substrate through a traditional coating process. Our solution will ensure that your sustainable wood material meets the most stringent fire safety standards without compromising its appearance or cost. We have a wealth of experience in industrial fire retardation for normally flammable materials. We evaluate the material and suggest treatment with fire retardant wood. This entails selecting a fire-retardant solution, technical application, conforming to regulations, testing, quality assurance systems, certification, and training and project management