The coat covers the fuel component of the fire triangle when fire-resistant paint is added to the surface; the heat generated from the flames causes the paint to release a fire-dampening gas on contact with fire-resistant paint, which in effect prevents the fire from fully developing.
- Fill 2 quarters of water in a bucket
- Along with 3 tbsp, mix 1/2 cup zinc chloride and 1/4 cup ferric chloride into the bath. Each of ammonium phosphate and boric acid.
- Thoroughly mix the ingredients. Paint or spray the mixture onto your wood in two to three coats to protect it from flames.
Fire-resistant coatings are applied like materials that are inert at low temperatures but are sealed at temperatures usually around 200-250 ° C as a result of a complex chemical reaction. The steel products will not be affected at these temperatures.
Steel is non-combustible, spark-resistant material and will not fuel a fire. On average, wood structural components or construction components are ranked third as the first-fired element in domestic fires by the National Fire Protection Association.
The fire-resistant material fills the gap between each wall. When heated during a burn, water vapor is released which helps to keep the healthy cool inside. Fireproof safes are intended to reduce the amount of heat transmitted from outside to inside