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Fire Protection Coatings

Fire Protection Coatings

Hydron Protective Coatings Ltd

CLEAR TIMBER FINISHES NU-FLAME INTUMESCENT VARNISH BASECOAT A clear flame retardant intumescent coating for timber and timber derivative surfaces giving a varnish type appearance which enhances the natural colour of the wood. NU-FLAME CLEAR OVERCOAT. A clear varnish finishing overcoat compatible with the Intumescent varnish basecoat where added protection is required against humidity. NU-FLAME S. STEEL BASECOAT A thin film solvent based intumescent paint providing 30,60,90 & 120 minutes Fire Resistance. Suitable for interior and exterior applications NU-FLAME W. STEEL BASECOAT A thin film water based intumescent paint providing 30,60,90 & 120 minutes Fire Resistance. Suitable for interior applications.
Lindab Protect Fire Safety

Lindab Protect Fire Safety

Lindab Ltd

Introduction to Lindab Protect range of fire safety products for ventilation systems which give you peace of mind
Forster Presto - fire and smoke protection

Forster Presto - fire and smoke protection

Forster Profile Systems (UK) Ltd

Forster Presto is offering versatile, extensively tested and fully approved steel and stainless steel door and screens providing fire and smoke protection. Both glazed elements can provide up to E120 fire protection without compromising on design.
Passive Fire Protection for Brickwork

Passive Fire Protection for Brickwork

PFC Corofil Fire Stop Products

Product Brochure
Passive Fire Protection for Façades

Passive Fire Protection for Façades

PFC Corofil Fire Stop Products

Product Brochure
Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 6 - Fire Rated Ductwork

Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 6 - Fire Rated Ductwork

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
Cellulosic Passive Fire Protection Brochure

Cellulosic Passive Fire Protection Brochure

Hempel A/S

Structural steelwork is one of the leading materials used in the design of the majority of the world’s infrastructure projects, from sports stadiums, airports and shopping malls to multi-storey office blocks and datacentres. Should fire occur in one of these buildings, unprotected steelwork can lose its integrity and strength in minutes. Applying a thin film intumescent coating from Hempel will ensure that your building, people and assets are protected for longer.
Intumescent cellulosic fire protection

Intumescent cellulosic fire protection

Jotun A/S

Fire Protection Product Programme 2021 - 2024

Fire Protection Product Programme 2021 - 2024

Pfleiderer UK Ltd

Expert answers to complex questions. The serious issue of constructional fire protection is always present, particularly in public buildings. The construction products have to be flame resistant or non-flammable, depending on their field of application, and must have valid proof of fire prevention testing. The Pfleiderer fire protection range affords designers and architects a wide variety of design possibilities, while always putting safety first. Our tested and certified materials are available with different qualities to suit a range of interior design concepts from new builds to renovations. The DST system also allows the fire protection core panels to be combined with numerous decors and textures so that the special characteristics of the furniture and fittings do not show.
The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 6 - Fire Rated Ductwork

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 6 - Fire Rated Ductwork

Promat UK

The relative complexity of any ductwork system which is passing through different fire compartments and the relevance of the system’s function in ambient and fire conditions can make the selection of a suitable ductwork system difficult. This section of the handbook aims to give guidance on the fire performance requirements of ductwork and offers a wide range of solutions for proprietary “off the shelf” fire rated ductwork, the protection of steel ductwork and for self-supporting systems using Promat PROMATECT®-L500.
Passive Fire protection Handbook Chap 1 - Introduction

Passive Fire protection Handbook Chap 1 - Introduction

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
Knauf Insulation Fire Protection Guide - Structural Steel

Knauf Insulation Fire Protection Guide - Structural Steel

Knauf Insulation Ltd

Knauf Insulation Fire Protection Guide - Structural Steel
PROMATECT-250 - Protection to Steel Joisted Mezzanine - 120 mins fire protection

PROMATECT-250 - Protection to Steel Joisted Mezzanine - 120 mins fire protection

Promat UK

The supporting steel framework of the mezzanine floor (including the columns) should be fire protected for a period equal to, or greater than that required for the mezzanine floor itself. This may normally be achieved using 2 x layers of PROMATECT 250
PROMATECT-250 - Protection to Steel Joisted Mezzanine - 60 mins fire protection

PROMATECT-250 - Protection to Steel Joisted Mezzanine - 60 mins fire protection

Promat UK

The supporting steel framework of the mezzanine floor (including the columns) should be fire protected for a period equal to, or greater than, that required for the mezzanine floor itself. This may normally be achieved using 2 x layers of PROMATECT-250.
Fenestration that offers fire and smoke protection

Fenestration that offers fire and smoke protection

Aluprof UK

Keratwin K20 - Fire Protection information

Keratwin K20 - Fire Protection information

EH Smith Architectural Solutions

Confirmation of compliance with DIN EN 13501
Passive Fire Protection Chap 5 - Partitions & External Walls

Passive Fire Protection Chap 5 - Partitions & External Walls

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 3 - Structural Steel

Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 3 - Structural Steel

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 7 - Penetration Seals

Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 7 - Penetration Seals

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
Passive Fire Protection Handbook - Chap 2 - User Guide

Passive Fire Protection Handbook - Chap 2 - User Guide

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
FR Coating - Ablative Sealant Coating For Fire Protection

FR Coating - Ablative Sealant Coating For Fire Protection

Protecta (Polyseam Ltd)

Protecta® FR Coating spray grade, is an ablative sealant coating designed to enhance, seal and fire protect mineral fibres. It is based on a durable polymer system with inert fillers, non-halogenated fire retardants and a preservative to resist microbial attack. Protecta® FR Coating is designed to be applied via spraying directly onto mineral fibres. The coating dries to give a sound, flexible white surface finish. During installation of mineral fibres, the cured sealant coating reduces de-lamination and increases surface stability for adhesive and fixing sealant application.
Passive Fire Protection handbook Chap 4 - Ceilings, Floors & Roofs

Passive Fire Protection handbook Chap 4 - Ceilings, Floors & Roofs

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 8 - Smoke Barriers & doors

Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chap 8 - Smoke Barriers & doors

Promat UK

The UK’s comprehensive guide to passive fire protection
Promat Promatect® - XW High Performance Fire Protection Board

Promat Promatect® - XW High Performance Fire Protection Board

Promat UK

Providing fire protection to structural steel for up to 60 minutes.
Advisory Opinion Fire Protection Schoeck Isokorb T type S

Advisory Opinion Fire Protection Schoeck Isokorb T type S

Schöck Ltd

Advisory Opinion Fire Protection Schoeck Isokorb T type S (old name KST)
Sika Passive Fire Protection - Resistant Linear Seals

Sika Passive Fire Protection - Resistant Linear Seals

Sika Limited

Sika Passive Fire Protection Solutions A5 2022

Sika Passive Fire Protection Solutions A5 2022

Sika Limited

PROMATECT® -XW - High Performance Fire Protection Board - Safety Data Sheet

PROMATECT® -XW - High Performance Fire Protection Board - Safety Data Sheet

Promat UK

Safety information for Promat Promatect XW fire protection board
Promat Promatect®-XW - High Performance Fire Protection Board - Technical Data Sheet

Promat Promatect®-XW - High Performance Fire Protection Board - Technical Data Sheet

Promat UK

Technical information for Promatect XW fire protection board
The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 7 - Penetration Seals

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 7 - Penetration Seals

Promat UK

In every application discussed in this handbook, irrespective of whether it is using a Promat product or system, the importance of sealing any gaps in fire resisting constructions is vital to ensure the system works to its maximum ability to save life and property. Such gaps are typically at service penetrations through walls and floors, but would also include gaps left for structural movement and gaps due to poor workmanship.
The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 5 - Partitions and External Walls

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 5 - Partitions and External Walls

Promat UK

Depending upon its situation and function within a building, a wall may be expected to fulfil different requirements in the event of fire. Fire resisting walls used for partitioning buildings and enclosing compartments will be required to provide a barrier to the passage of fire from one side or the other and must therefore be able to satisfy each of the relevant criteria (integrity, insulation and if the wall is loadbearing - loadbearing capacity) from either side for the prescribed period.
The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 8 - Smoke Barriers and Doors

The Passive Fire Protection Handbook: Chapter 8 - Smoke Barriers and Doors

Promat UK

The purpose of a cavity barrier is to prevent smoke and flame from penetrating and/or moving within a concealed space in a fire compartment. Building Regulations provide guidance on where such barriers should be located within hidden voids in a building and they give examples of deemed-to-satisfy barriers for voids in stud walls or partitions.
Fire Protection Door T60-1-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Fire Protection Door T60-1-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Teckentrup UK Ltd

Fire Protection Door T30-2-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Fire Protection Door T30-2-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Teckentrup UK Ltd

Fire Protection Door T60-2-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Fire Protection Door T60-2-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Teckentrup UK Ltd

Fire Protection Door T90-2-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Fire Protection Door T90-2-FSA "Teckentrup 62" (Technical Data)

Teckentrup UK Ltd

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