Thermoguard Timbercoat BS Class 1/0 & EN Class B System

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Thermoguard Timbercoat BS Class 1/0 & EN Class B System is a coloured fire retardant paint system for interior and exterior timber surfaces. Each pack contains the correct amount of basecoat (Timbercoat) and topcoat (Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat) to ensure protection is achieved inline with the manufacturers recommendations to the area in question.

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Product Description

Thermoguard Timbercoat BS Class 1/0 & EN Class B System is a coloured fire retardant paint system for interior and exterior timber surfaces. These packs have been created to help users ensure they are purchasing sufficient product for their project. Each pack contains the correct amount of basecoat (Timbercoat) and topcoat (Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat) to ensure protection is achieved inline with the manufacturers recommendations to the respective area in question.

Each component of the packs can still be purchased individually if required here: Thermoguard Timbercoat and here: Thermoguard Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat

Pack Contents

  • 20m² Pack (Interior Spec.) = 1 x 20m² Timbercoat + 1 x 20m² Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat
  • 20m² Pack (Exterior Spec.) = 1 x 20m² Timbercoat + 2 x 20m² Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat
  • 80m² Pack (Interior Spec.) = 1 x 80m² Timbercoat + 1 x 80m² Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat
  • 80m² Pack (Exterior Spec.) = 1 x 80m² Timbercoat + 2 x 80m² Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat

Specification & Application
Prepare & apply according to manufacturer’s instructions

  • 1 coat of Thermoguard Timbercoat
  • 1 coat* of Thermoguard Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat

*Apply 2 coats of Thermoguard Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat for external, damp or high wear areas - Purchase 'Exterior Spec.' packs for this use.

For 30 & 60 minute protection please see Thermoguard Timbercoat 30 & 60 Minute Protection System Packs.

For fire protection to doors, see Fire Door Upgrade Kits

UKAS Fire Test Standards

  • EN Class B s1 d0
  • BS Class 1 and Class 0

Project Fire Certification

We issue a Certificate of Supply on request for projects for insurance, Fire and Building Control Authority and Client Records.

Preparation

  • Surfaces should be free of contamination, sound, clean and dry.
  • Thoroughly abrade knotting, gloss, hard or smooth paints. Check adhesion of any existing coatings.
  • Unknown coatings or old fire coatings – contact our Technical Department on 0113 2455450.

Application Conditions

  • Apply to dry wood in dry conditions.
  • Max. timber moisture content 18%.
  • Max. relative humidity 70%.
  • Min. temp 5°C and 2°C above dewpoint.
  • Protect from rain until 1st coat of Thermoguard Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat is dry.

It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.

Technical Data

ApplicationBrush, Roller, Spray
The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.

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Questions



questions Rakesh  on 05/06/2017
Question: Can you use the fire protective paint on treated timber.
Answer: 

Any pre-treatment should be free from wax or silicones. If caustic / high pH treatments used, neutralise wood pH before applying coatings. Ensure damp & fluid from wood treatment saturation fully dry out. Remove any loose surface deposits. If treatment left wood coated, contact our Technical Department with product information for further advice.

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