The Nu-Flame Fire Upgrade paint system has been developed for the over-coating of multi layered paints for areas without the need to strip the current paint. This Timber pack is ideal for doors and skirting. Advantages All packs achieve BS Class 1/0 Surface Spread of Flame protection For interior use only
Thermoguard Fire Varnish BS Class 1/0 & EN Class B s2 d0 System is a clear fire retardant varnish for interior and exterior timber surfaces. ADVANTAGES Clear or stained finish Tough/Durable finish UV and wear protection (Matt & Satin) Enhances natural beauty
Macropoxy 400 (formerly known as Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy C400V3) multi-functional epoxy zinc phosphate coating is suitable for the protection of steelwork in a range of exposure environments from C1 to C5. It was recently used on The Shard for corrosion protection. Recommended Uses Buildings Car parks Petrochemical plants Breweries...
Thermoguard Thermocoat W is a White Intumescent Paint for steel, structural steel and cast iron: Up to 90 minutes’ fire resistance Can be overcoated with compatible decorative topcoat Water-based Low odour Environmentally friendly Cost effective for large projects Certificate of supply available on request Can be applied by brush,...
Fire stopping in warehouses, office complexes, commercial and industrial buildings can be achieved through sub-diving larger spaces into smaller compartments or rooms. In using fire-stop materials and coated batts to separate construction areas, seal gaps, or act as cavity barriers to fill voids above ceilings, these newly installed, smaller areas have improved fire resistance for containment of the spread of flames across a surface area. In improving the fire rating of compartmentalised areas, the building has improved resistance against collapsing in the event of a fire, the transfer of heat across surface areas is restricted and controlled, and any combustible substrates of the building are shielded for long enough periods of time for fire services to attend the scene.
Fire stopping products at Rawlins include products that can strengthen and seal any joins and junctions between fire-resistance building materials. These fire stops include intumescent sealants, flexible intumescent gap seals, dynamic acrylic sealers, and putty pads, amongst other products from Nullifire’s extensive fire stopping range.
Fire protection doesn’t have to be hard work, let our technical staff help you get the level of protection you require and the finish you want. If there is a product you cannot find, please contact our Technical and Sales Support Team on 0113 245 5450.
Thermoguard Intumescent Mastic is an easy to apply, intumescent sealant that provides a 5 hour fire barrier coupled with excellent sound reduction properties. Permanently flexible and excellent slump resistance it is ideal for sealing gaps around fire doors, window frames and for sealing joints, voids and irregular holes in fire rated...
An easy to apply, intumescent sealant that provides a 5 hour fire barrier coupled with excellent sound reduction properties. Permanently flexible and excellent slump resistance it is ideal for sealing gaps around fire doors, window frames and for sealing joints, voids and irregular holes in fire rated structures.
Nullifire FR220 Firestopping Compound is a single part gypsum-based compound providing up to 4 hours fire resistance. FR220 Firestopping Compound provides an effective barrier to the spread of smoke and fire resistance tested in accordance with EN 1366-3, ETAG 026 and Classiffcation 13501:2.
Nullifire FR270 High Strength Structural Compound is a single part gypsum-based compound providing up to 4 hours fire resistance. Nullifire FR270 has been fire resistance tested in accordance with EN 1366-3, ETAG 026 and Classification 13501:2.
Nullifire FB805 Fire Curtain is lightweight, flexible fire curtain which provides a barrier to smoke and flames. It consists of a specially coated glass fabric material.This is stretched between perimeter fixings and staple jointed for maximum effectiveness. FB805 is suitable for up to 30 minutes fire resistance - refer to performance table.
Nullifire FB810 Fire Curtain is a lightweight, flexible fire curtain which provides a barrier to smoke and flames. It consists of a specially coated glass fabric material.This is stretched between perimeter fixings and staple jointed for maximum effectiveness. FB810 is suitable for 60-120 minutes fire resistance - See performance table for 120 minute...
Nullifire FF197 Gun Grade Fire Rated PU Foam is a modified, single component, fire rated polyurethane foam, used to seal linear gaps throughout the fire rated areas of a building.
Nullifire FP150 Intumescent Pipe Collars stop the spread of smoke and fire along pipework that passes through compartment walls and floors. ADVANTAGES Certified to British & European standards BS EN 1366-3 and EN 13501: Pt 2 Provides an effective fire & smoke barrier for up to 2 hours Simple installation Moisture resistant Designed for thermal...
Nullifire FS705 Intumescent Sealant is a graphite based product which when exposed to fire expands protecting penetrations including cables, cable bunches, cable trays, plastic and metallic pipes. FS705 maintains the integrity and insulation performance of the seal through masonry and plasterboard.
Effective Fire Stopping Solutions
Apart from our extensive selection of fire retardant paints, Rawlins Paints now stock a range of effective fire stopping protection systems. A fire stop is a physical fire protective measure to complement fire retardant paints and systems. Fire stopping products include special fire curtains, intumescent pipe collars, foams, putty pads and boards to help protect a building and its structure in the event of a fire. The products are used to seal gaps and joints and offer continuous fire-resistance. Gaps and openings can compromise a structure's stability in the event of a fire, and the effectiveness of existing passive fire protective systems. By installing and implementing fire stopping products, they will further assist the impeding spread of fire, flames and smoke in a room, facility or property.
Fire stopping components are generally made of fire retardant and intumescent materials, as well as cementitious mortars, silicone, mineral fibbers, rubber compounds and firestop pillows. Firestops should always be used and maintained in accordance with the listing, approval and compliance of a building’s fire regulations and fire rated certification.
Types of Fire Stops
Rawlins Paints’ fire stopping range contains products from leading passive fire protection manufacturers, namely Nullifire, Thermoguard and Astroflame. Leading fire stop products include:
- Nullifire’s FB747-50 and -FB747-60 Coated Batts – are lightweight 2 and 4-hour mineral fibre board fire barriers, suitable for service penetrations on metallic and plastic pipes, electrical cable trays and ladders, trunking and other related single and bunched cable passages. These products are commonly used in schools, universities and colleges, commercial, retail and industrial buildings, and health and leisure centres.
- An intumescent seal offers 30 minutes’ fire resistance around door frame ‘gaps’, sealing the door assemblies and preventing the spread of fire and smoke.
- Intumescent Pipe Collars from Nullifire include FP150, a galvanised steel shell lined with an intumescent material which act to stop the spread of smoke and fire along pipework in walls and flooring. FP150 Pipe Collars are suitable for use in UPVC, PVC, ABS, PP, PE and Composite pipe penetrations.
- Fire curtains are available from Nullifire with the FB810 and FB805 products – which are lightweight and flexible barriers to protect and offer resistance against smoke and flames. For maximum effectiveness, these fire curtains are stretched and staple jointed between perimeter fixings, where they can offer up-to 120 minutes of fire resistance. Both the FB810 and FB805 products have been tested in accordance with BS 476-Pt20.
Always adhere to the recommended installation guidelines from the manufacturer to ensure that service gaps and penetrations through walls, floors and ceilings are sealed correctly. Incorrect installation of a fire stop will mean that the full fire-resistant properties and fire resisting time-scales of a product will not be achieved – which could result in serious fire damage to a property and the potential loss of lives. Always check the full installation requirements, understand the mechanical strength and load bearing properties of the fire stopping products used in compartmentalising areas, and take into consideration any vibration or building movement incurred from machinery, or thermal expansion from processing and testing equipment.
For more information, technical support and application guidance for the full Nullifire product range, please contact Rawlins Paints.