Zeroflame Fire Retardant Treatment is for use on wood and timber: Soaks virtually ‘invisibly’ into woods and timber Achieves Euroclass B (BS Class 0) Fire Propagation and Spread of Flame fire protection on solid timbers Can be overcoated for decorative purposes For internal and external use Certificate application included Remains...
Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish
Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish is a hard-wearing flame-retardant topcoat for application over Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Intumescent Coating:
- Class 0 fire rated finish on bare or previously painted non-combustible surfaces
- Hard wearing, water-based acrylic eggshell or solvent-based gloss finish
- High coverage rates
- Wide colour range options (RAL, BS & NCS)
Zeroflame Aquasteeel WB+ Finish is an exceptionally hard wearing decorative finish for application over Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Intumescent Coating and as a Class 0 fire rated finish on bare or previously painted non-combustible surfaces.
Aquasteel WB+ Finish is available as a water based acrylic eggshell or solvent based gloss finish. Both Eggshell and Gloss finishes are available in nearly all BS, RAL and NCS colours.
Apply at a rate of 12m² per litre/per coat for Eggshell and 14m² per litre/per coat for Gloss over Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Intumescent Coating, one coat is normally sufficient but for dark contrasting colours two may be required.
Features and Benefits
- Easily applied by brush, roller or spray
- Hard wearing, eggshell or gloss finish
- High coverage and wide colour range
IMPORTANT FIRE PRODUCTS NOTICE: The information displayed on this website should be used as a guide ONLY and our Technical Department should be contacted to obtain a tailored specification and any advice necessary before you place an order for fire protection products. Fire protection products are non-returnable except in accordance with Condition 8 of the Terms and Conditions. We will not be held liable for any resulting damage to property, human life or monetary costs incurred due to the incorrect specification you have prepared or use of fire protection products caused by your negligence, including your failure to have contacted us to obtain the relevant advice/specification.
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.
- Brush, Roller, Spray
- 12m² per litre (Eggshell), 14m² per litre (Gloss),
- Touch Dry
- 4 hours
|Maurice Williams on 2020-03-28 12:09:01|| |
Is this paint OK for an integral garage ceiling? If not, what would you recommend?
We would need to know the level of fire protection you are required to achieve and what the ceiling is made from that is to be coated. Please contact our Technical Team on 0113 2455450 (option 2) with this information and they will be able to advise on a suitable system.
|Fiona Murphy on 2019-04-22 21:25:35|| |
I am currently painting an RSJ with waterbased intumescent paint and it isincredibly glutenous ,difficult to spread and the finish is really lumpy. What could cause this please?
Intumescent paint is notoriously thick and not the most aesthetic of products to use. We would recommend the paint is kept in a warm place overnight before use and then it be mechanically stirred prior to application which should make it much more fluid and easier to use.
|Darren on 2018-04-05 15:27:08|| |
Is it possible to just use the eggshell finish coat over the top of a steel supporting girder previously coated in Hammerite to provide 30 min fire protection or does it specifically need the intumescent undercoat?
The intumescent basecoat (Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+) must be applied first to achieve any level of fire protection. In this instance the steels would need to be completely stripped of Hammerite would need to be completely before application of Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ and Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish.
|Stephen on 2018-03-17 10:12:23|| |
I want to paint a flat metal roof (lift car )that has been graffitied would this be any good?
No, Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish is part of a fire protection system for structural steel and assuming you are not trying to achieve any level of fire protection we would instead recommend Rust-Oleum CombiColor, assuming this is the internal, underside of the metal roof and it had been previously painted before the graffiti attack. Clean graffiti off first as much as possible, you may require a stain blocking primer like Zinsser Cover Stain to be applied before the CombiColor finish if the graffiti is still visible.
|Martyn Dobbing on 2017-11-07 11:42:09|| |
Hi, we are currently having a loft conversion. To meet building regs we need to have fire doors leading on to the escape route stairs on all the floor with the house now being on 3 floors. My question is, will this paint turn my current doors into fire door. Meeting the building regs. Many thanks.
No, for fire retardant products that upgrade the fire resistance of doors see Door Upgrade Kits.
|Chris Burroughs on 2017-10-19 08:28:42|| |
Question: Hi I am installing a log burner and the surrounding wall is finished with sand and cement, what paint would you recommend?
Please refer to our blog post Painting the Walls around a Fireplace or Multi Fuel Stove for more details.
|barbara lees on 2017-01-23 19:17:49|| |
Question: We are currently converting our garage and do not want plasterboard walls! the building office says if we use panelling it must be class 1 spread of flame. We would like to use mdf 9mm wall panelling sheets so what paint would you recommend to make them conform?
|aubert on 2015-12-13 12:50:40|| |
Is Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish suitable to paint over the render of a chimney hearth?
No it isn't, we recommend using Thermoguard Wallcoat Smoke & Flame Retardant Topcoat. This product isn't heat resistant and may discolour over time if continually subjected to high temperatures, but it is a much safer alternative to standard emulsion.
|Oliver Dew on 2015-06-29 17:56:48|| |
Hi there, I was wondering if you can match Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish to any RAL or Pantone colour? Two colours I'm interested in are RAL 10A01 and Pantone warm gray u.
We can mix Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish to most RAL, BS and NCS colours. We cannot produce Pantone colours but can offer the 10A01 you have asked for, this is actually in the BS 4800 colour range not RAL and is available to select as a standard colour from the options listed on the product on our website.
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This pack provides sufficient intumescent basecoat (Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+) and coloured topcoat (Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish) to protect suitably primed, standard structural steel beams and columns in internal environments to 30 minute fire resistance.
This pack provides sufficient intumescent basecoat (Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+) and coloured topcoat (Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish) to protect suitably primed, standard structural steel beams and columns in internal environments to 60 minute fire resistance.