Thermoguard Timbercoat 30 & 60 Minute System

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Thermoguard Timbercoat 30 & 60 Minute System is a coloured intumescent 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 respective area in question.

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Product Description

Thermoguard Timbercoat 30 & 60 Minute System is a coloured intumescent paint system for interior and exterior timber surfaces. These packs has 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

Please note: A written specification should be obtained from our Technical Department for your project prior to use to ensure this system will be suitable. Contact us by phone on 0113 2455450 or email [email protected]

For fire protection to doors, see Fire Door Upgrade Kits

For BS Class 1/0 & EN Class B only see Thermoguard Timbercoat BS Class 1/0 & EN Class B System

Pack Contents

  • 7m² Pack (Int/Ext. Spec.) = 1 x 5kg Timbercoat + 1 x 20m² Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat
  • 21m² Pack (Interior Spec.) = 3 x 5kg Timbercoat + 1 x 20m² Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat
  • 21m² Pack (Exterior Spec.) = 3 x 5kg Timbercoat + 2 x 20m² Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat

System

  • Apply 3 coats of Thermoguard Timbercoat @ 4m² per kg/per coat

Followed by either;

  • Internal Applications: 1 coat of Thermoguard Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat Eggshell or Matt
  • External, Damp or High Wear Applications: 2 coats Thermoguard Smoke & Flame Retardant Dualcoat Eggshell or Matt

To achieve 30 & 60mins + EN Class B s1 d0 and BS Class 1/0 minimum thicknesses apply of which approval must be sought before purchase.

IMPORTANT - The below information from the manufacturer must be read and referred to your relevant authority for approval BEFORE purchase and use.

Half Hour and 1 Hour Resistance To Wood

In line with good common practice, we recommend that approval be sought for the use of our system, outlining our justification for the issuing of the Fire Certificate prior to the product’s use.

Authorities generally accept our Fire Test evidence (copies available upon request) as justification for the provision of One Hour Fire Resistance in cases such as this for up to 1 Hour Fire Resistance, depending upon the thickness of board in question.

We hold independent Fire Tests for Thermoguard Timbercoat to provide One Hour Fire Resistance to a mock-up of a ceiling comprising softwood timber boards on softwood joists, with the boards abutting one another and joined by metal tongues set into the abutting edges of the boards. Whilst the amount of residual undamaged timber was clearly adequate to have withstood office or accommodation design loads, the floor tested in the Fire Test did not have weight imparted to it, as we sought data to work from the test for sites with greatly differing make-ups.

The floor tested achieved One Hour Fire Resistance to BS 476 Part 22, with approximately 7mm of timber joist and board surfaces destroyed to charring during the test. Charring was greater up the open joints between floorboards, reaching 12mm, as one would expect being merely butt-jointed rather than tongue and groove jointed. Provided the calculated residual structure is adequate, we also issue Certification to BS 476 Part 21 to 30 or 60min Fire Resistance. The normal char factor of unprotected softwood for 60 minutes is approx 50mm, thus additional Fire Resistance provided by our Intumescent Paint was approximately 30 minutes.

A Fire Resistance test for 30mins was carried out at Warrington Fire Research Centre in January 2016 to 25mm softwood and 25mm MDF. Uncoated boards burnt through completely during the test.

  • Application at 300 microns wet (12m² per 5kg) resulted in loss to char of 7mm on softwood and 5mm on MDF
  • Application at 500 microns wet (8m² per 5kg) resulted in loss to char of 3mm on softwood and 2mm on MDF

Thermoguard Timbercoat was filmed by Chanel 5 for documentary “Megastructures – Building from Distaster” which recorded 20 in simultaneous parallel test to 18mm softwood that at 6mins uncoated board burnt through, while boards protected with Timbercoat @ 600 microns / 7m² per 5kg lost only 3mm to char at 45mins, with the protected board retaining insulation so that it was safe to put a hand on the reverse face while the burner continued on the front face.

*Applications to achieve 30 minute protection can in certain instances achieve a 'reduced' specification if timber is significantly thicker than 10mm as follows; However please note increased quantity of topcoat will be required so please contact us for a bespoke quotation.

Timber ThicknessSpecificationIncreased 7m² Pack CoverageIncreased 21m² Pack Coverage
15mm+Apply 2 coats of Timbercoat @ 3.2m² per kg/per coat8m²24m²
18mm+Apply 2 coats of Timbercoat @ 3.6m² per kg/per coat9m²27m²
22mm+Apply 2 coats of Timbercoat @ 4m² per kg/per coat10m²30m²

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 Amanda Morrison on 07/03/2018
Question: 

Can this product be applied to wood that has already been painted? Our under the stairs cupboard that contains our electric meters has old gloss paint on the wood and stripping all that back wood be a very difficult if not impossible job as old gloss paint isin the joints. If this product is not suitable for planting over old paint can you recommend a product that you do have for this. Many thanks

Answer: 

Yes the Thermoguard Timbercoat system can be applied over existing paints as long as they are sound, well adhered and are not previous fire protection products. See further information below;


Preparation before application of Thermoguard Timbercoat;



  • Surfaces should be free of contamination, sound, clean and dry.

  • Thoroughly abrade knotting, gloss, hard or smooth paints. Check adhesion of any existing coatings.

  • Previous coatings should be completely dry/cured and compatible with water based paints being applied over them

  • DO NOT apply over previous coatings containing Water Repellents, Waxes, Oils, Coal Tar Distillates/by-products.

  • Unknown coatings or old fire coatings – contact our Technical Department on [email protected] or 0113 2455450.


Application Conditions for Thermoguard Timbercoat;



  • 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.

questions Alan Smith on 02/03/2018
Question: 

Can Thermoguard paint be applied onto newly painted Dulux Weathershield wood stain water based paint

Answer: 

Preparation before application of Thermoguard Timbercoat;



  • Surfaces should be free of contamination, sound, clean and dry.

  • Thoroughly abrade knotting, gloss, hard or smooth paints. Check adhesion of any existing coatings.

  • Previous coatings should be completely dry/cured and compatible with water based paints being applied over them

  • DO NOT apply over previous coatings containing Water Repellents, Waxes, Oils, Coal Tar Distillates/by-products.

  • Unknown coatings or old fire coatings – contact our Technical Department on [email protected] or 0113 2455450.


Application Conditions for Thermoguard Timbercoat;



  • 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.

questions Lawrence on 15/08/2017
Question: Hello
can you tell me, is your Themoguard Timbercoat suitable to use on exposed wooden joists and floor boards in a basement kitchen ?
Regards:
L Morris



Answer: 

We would need the dimensions of the joists, thickness and surface area of the floor boards and the level of fire protection you require (i.e. BS Class 1, Class 0, 30min, 60min, etc.) to enable us to produce a specification for you to confirm suitability prior to purchase and use.

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