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Thermoguard Thermocoat W

TW2.5KGM

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, airless spray or roller

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Description

Thermoguard Thermocoat W

Economy and Speed

Thermocoat W is an economical, water based intumescent paint system providing fire resistance to structural steel and cast iron for up to 90 minutes with a minimum number of coats. A compatible decorative overcoat system ensures the system will enhance the building’s architectural and design features.

It is designed for use on larger projects, where our technical team can advise the exact amount of Thermocoat required, keeping costs down and making application easier. In most instances ½ hour fire resistance can be achieved with a single application of Thermocoat W and 1 hour fire resistant can be achieved with just two coats.

Thermocoat W is a low odour, water-based coating, making it user and environmentally friendly. Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoats are 2010 compliant and safe to use in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.

How it Works

The heat of a fire triggers a catalytic reaction, causing the expansion of an insulating char layer up to 50 times the paint thickness. This layer keeps the steel below its critical temperature, thus maintaining the structural integrity of the building.

Fire Testing

Product performance assessment based upon UKAS/NAMAS Fire Test Laboratory Certification to BS 476 Part 21 - Fire resistance to load bearing elements of structures.
Please consult technical department 0113 2455450 for detailed specification advice.

Fire Certification

A Certificate of Supply is issued on request for each specified project for insurance, Fire and Building Control Authority and Client Records.

Preparation and Pre-Treatment

  • Steel and cast iron should be free from rust and millscale and primed with Thermoguard High Build Metal Primer to 75 microns DFT in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. Galvanised steel should be degreased and primed with a suitable etch primer.
  • Thermoguard High Build Metal Primer may be left without further overcoating or decorated with appropriate conventional paint where no fire resistance is required.

Specification

Apply Thermocoat to achieve fire resistance in accordance with the instructions provided by the technical department. When steel is visible or subject to variable or damp atmospheric conditions, apply 1-2 coats (dependant on specification) of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (available in Gloss or Eggshell finishes).

Application

  • Thermocoat W may be applied by brush, roller or airless spray. To achieve the best finish in the shortest time, spray application is recommended. Prior to application the contractor should contact the technical department and obtain an application schedule. To assist correct application in accordance with this schedule, a wet film gauge should be used, wet film gauges can be provided on request.
  • Maximum wet film thickness per brush coat – 800 microns
  • Maximum wet film thickness per spray coat – 1400 microns

Recoating

Brush/roller application

  • Surface dry: minimum 2 hours
  • Recoat: minimum 4 hours
  • Overcoating with Flame Retardant finish: minimum 10 hours

Spray application

  • Surface dry: minimum 4 hours
  • Recoat: minimum 10 hours
  • Overcoating with Flame Retardant finish: minimum 48 hours

Availability

Thermocoat is available in 5kg and 20kg containers. Flame Retardant Topcoats are available in 2.5L and 5L sizes in a wide choice of colours and finishes.

Technical Advisory and Estimating Service

Rawlins in-house estimators provide realistic, confidential guidance on project costing to contractors and quantity surveyors. We also provide expert advice and assistance with all aspects of specification and application.

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 ConditionsWe 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.

Product Details
TW2.5KGM

Data sheet

Application
Brush, Roller, Spray
Coverage
Refer to Technical Department
Touch Dry
4 hours
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questions Lee Kneller  on 2019-12-09 09:25:10
Question: 

We have some new galvanised steels to be coated to 60 mins. Do we need to prime? and is the top coat required?

Answer: 

New galvanised steel should be treated with Teamac Mordant Solution (T Wash) and then primed with Thermoguard High Build Metal Primer prior to application of Thermoguard Thermocoat W. Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat should be applied if the steel is to remain visible or will be exposed to moisture of any degree.

questions Daniel on 2019-11-25 09:54:17
Question: 

Hi, we have the following to paint on all sides, how much paint required to achieve 30min., it’s all internal. Thank you. 1 RHS100x100x10--- 2511mm 1 UC203x203x46---- 3645mm 1 UC203x203x46----- 2801mm 1 UC203x203x46----- 3560mm 1 UC203x203x46----- 2856mm

Answer: 

Please see specification below to provide 30min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with at least 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat.

Loadings

4 sides @ 700 microns wet film thickness

Material

  • 15kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 2.5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE DB25.11.19-3017

After use, certification can be applied for HERE

questions Petra on 2019-10-04 11:01:08
Question: 

Hi, I got beam 152x152x37. How many coats need for 60 minutes protectin? Thank you

Answer: 

In order to be able to advise, please provide us with as much of the following information as possible;

  • Quantity and length of section
  • Orientation (horizontal or vertical)
  • Number of sides to be painted (all sides, 3 sides, 1 flange, etc.)
  • Environment (internal, external, car park, chemical exposure, etc.)
  • Application on site or in shop
questions Benjamin on 2019-09-26 23:25:16
Question: 

Hi, I have a circular steel support (139.7x6.3mm CHS) about 2.5m tall, it is exposed, which needs to be coated in intumescent paint to achieve 30 mins fire protection. How much paint would I need to achieve this?

Answer: 

Please see specification below to provide 30min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with at least 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat.

Loadings

700 microns wet film thickness

Material

  • 2.5kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 2.5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE DB27.9.19-3001

After use, certification can be applied for HERE

questions Lisa on 2019-08-22 18:00:51
Question: 

Hi, how many coats of thermoguard Thermocoat w do I need for 60mins protection on the following steels: 1no 254x73 UC @ 5500mm long, 3 sides exposed 2no 203x102x23 UB @ 3500mm, 2 sides exposed 2no 203x46UC columns 2500mm long, 3 sides exposed Thanks Lisa

Answer: 

Please see specification below to provide 60min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with at least 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat.

Loadings

Column 3 sides

- 203x203x46  875 microns wet

Beams

- 254x254x73  3 sides  725 microns wet

- 203x102x23  2 sides  500 microns wet

Material

  • 15kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 2.5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE CDSN3244-6014

After use, certification can be applied for HERE

questions peter phillips on 2019-06-25 03:20:26
Question: 

Hi, I have 2No steel beams 254 x 146 x 4500 that require 30 mins fire rating to the bottom & 1 side only, can you tell me the quantity of paint required please.

Answer: 

Please see specification below to provide 30min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with at least 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat.

Loadings

  • 254 x 146, 1 flange & 1 webb @ 500 microns wet

Material

  • 5kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 2.5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

questions Simon Easton on 2019-04-29 07:03:00
Question: 

We have some steel beams that are internal and require 30 minute fire protection 4no 178x102x19 @ 1850mm 2no 152x152x23 @ 1850mm 8no 305x102x46 @ 2350mm They will require coating to all faces and will be brush/roller applied Please advise on required paint/quantity

Answer: 

Please see specification below to provide 30min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with at least 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat.

Loadings

  • 4 sides @ 600 microns wet

Material

  • 22.5kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE DBN29.04.19-3028

After use, certification can be applied for HERE

questions Arthur Neil on 2019-03-27 12:57:36
Question: 

I have a metal post 2.5m high, it is 60.3mm dia and 3.2mm thk. It requires 60mins fire resistance, what would be a suitable coating to achieve this.

Answer: 

Please see specification and quotation below to provide 60min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat.

Loadings

  • 60.3x3.2mm column  4350 microns wet  

Material

  • 5kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 2.5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE CDSN2810-6001

questions Tony ONeill on 2019-03-04 10:31:54
Question: 

We require 1 hour protection for the universal columns as listed below. 1 no. 4.6 m length - 310 mm x 165 mm 1 no. 4.9 m length - 310 mm x 165 mm 1 no. 5.4 m length - 210 mm x 135 mm The columns are to be painted on four sides. Kind Regards Tony O'Neill

Answer: 

Please see specification and quotation below to provide 60min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat.

Loadings

Columns 4 sided

  • 310x165 - 1475 microns
  • 210x135 - 1700 microns

Material

  • 32.5kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 2.5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE CDSN2755-6016

questions SAM on 2019-03-03 17:24:05
Question: 

Hi, could you please advise the quantity of Thermocoat I would need for the following beams with a 1hr fire rating? 151x152x23 - 2 of @ 3.5m 203x133x30 - 2 of @ 6.1m TIA

Answer: 

Please see specification and quotation below to provide 60min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections.

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat

Loadings

  • 152x152x23 beam - 1250 microns
  • 203x133x30 beam - 1075 microns

Material

    • 17.5kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W
    • 2.5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE CDSN2752-6012

questions Terry Tilbrook on 2019-02-18 11:50:12
Question: 

We need 30min fire protection on existing steelwork in a store area. The steels are 10.4m x 530mm x 170mm 5 off. They need painting on three sides and are internal.

Answer: 

Please see specification and quotation below to provide 30min fire protection to interior, ready primed steel sections. 

To suitably prepared and primed steel apply the below WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to the steel. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with 1 good coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat

Loadings

  • 533 x 165, 3 sides @ 525 microns wet

Material

  • 3 x 20kg Thermoguard Thermocoat W White
  • 2 x 5L Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat (gloss or eggshell finish) any colour

It is the responsibility of the contractor to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

E & OE

QUOTE REFERENCE DBN18.02.19-3082

questions Glen  on 2018-12-14 11:17:51
Question: 

I need to fire proof previously paint steel beams in a wear-house what would you recommend to get 60mins

Answer: 

Please provide us with as much of the following information as possible;

- Level of fire protection required (i.e. 30, 60, 90min, etc.)
- Each steel section dimension (i.e. 254x146x37 UB)
- Quantity and length of each section (or overall meterage for each section)
- Orientation (horizontal or vertical)
- Number of sides to be painted (all sides, 3 sides, 1 flange, etc.)
- Environment (internal, external, car park, chemical exposure, etc.)
- Application on site or in shop

Alternatively you can just forward us drawings, fabrication/cutting lists and we'll extract the information from them but in that instance we'd need some guidance as to what to allow for i.e. all steels on first floor, etc.

questions Tony Auger on 2018-10-18 18:55:19
Question: 

I have had two internal RHS ( circular columns) Max. 200mm dia. installed in my house (say 2.50 metres long each) and left exposed (i.e. semi industrial look!) As we wanted this look we have left them as black primed from the fabricator. The building inspector wants these fire painted to 30 minute resistance. What is the best fire paint to use under these circumstances and what finish can we paint over, as we wish to end up with a black and as smooth as possible look ! Also, need a certificate of the compliance. Surface area of max. 4 to 5 M2 to cover. I understand that we may need to apply a white fire paint which can be top coated over in black. Would prefer to brush apply the paints as exposed decorated walls and ceilings surrounding.

Answer: 

5m of 193.7 CHS (Circular Hollow Section) with a minimum of 4mm wall thickness would give you approximately 3.1m² of surface area to paint. To achieve 30min protection you would require 8 litres of Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ (assuming all internal, dry environment).

Assuming the steel has already been primed with a suitable primer, Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ can be applied directly over this as long as it is clean and sound (no flaking, rust spots, bare metal areas, etc.). Once applied, Zeroflame Aquasteel WB+ Finish should be applied in the colour of your choice.

questions robert frame  on 2018-08-17 14:28:42
Question: 

could i use your product to help fireproof an already painted small house safe i have bought

Answer: 

We wouldn't recommend Thermoguard Thermocoat W for this application.

questions Jinni King  on 2018-07-09 19:11:40
Question: 

Hi, I have a galvanised steel lintel and post to protect to 30mins. Lintel is 3.9m length of 178x102x19 UB to be covered 1 side of the web and both flanges and post is 1.1m tall 120x120x5 SHS to be covered all sides. Could you say how much thermocoat we need and does rawlins supply any suitable primers in suitably small quantities? Are wet thickness gauges included or do we need to order these separately? Regards Jinni

Answer: 

To suitably prepared and primed 178x102x19 UB and 120x120x5 SHS steel apply 600 microns WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to achieve 30min protection. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with 2 coats of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat assuming the steel is located externally (ensure no areas are horizontal and subject to ponding/standing water).

To prepare your new, bare galvanised steel we would recommend Teamac Mordant Solution (T Wash) followed by Thermoguard High Build Metal Primer.

Based on the lengths of your steels you would require 5lt of Teamac Mordant Solution (T Wash), 2.5lt of Thermoguard High Build Metal Primer, 5kg of Thermoguard Thermocoat W and 2.5lt of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat in your chosen colour and finish. 

It is your responsibility to check the workout against the actual steels, any alterations should be notified before work begins.

Wet film gauges are supplied free of charge with any order of Thermocoat W.

After use, certification can be applied for here: http://www.thermoguarduk.com/fire-certificates/

questions Jayne Halford on 2018-06-26 22:06:50
Question: 

The steel beams in my building have been in existence for about twenty - thirty years and therefore already have coats of paint on them. We have recently renovated the building from an old barn to a dwelling and building control want us to use intumescent paint. What do you suggest is the best application and method to achieve a 60 minute fire rating. Many Thanks

Answer: 

In certain instances after extensive testing and approval by Thermoguard, Thermocoat W can be applied to steel with existing (non fire protection) paints to achieve 60 minute protection. To be able to advise whether the steels you have may be suitable, we would first need the following information;

  • Each steel section dimension (i.e. 254x146x37 UB)
  • Quantity and length of each section (or overall meterage for each section)
  • Orientation (horizontal or vertical)
  • Number of sides to be painted (all sides, 3 sides, 1 flange, etc.)
  • Environment (internal, external, car park, chemical exposure, etc.)
questions David Timlin on 2018-06-25 12:28:50
Question: 

we have a steel beam 356 x 171 set flush in a wall 7600mm long. need to paint one side only = 2 flanges (171) and web (356) - what thickness (wft) do we apply to get 1 hour fire rating ? Thanks

Answer: 

To suitably prepared and primed 356x171 steel apply 1000 WFT (Wet Film Thickness) of Thermoguard Thermocoat W to achieve 60min protection. The steel once protected with sufficient Thermocoat W must be top coated with 1 coat of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat assuming the steel is located internally.

At 7.6m long this would require 12.5kg of Thermoguard Thermocoat W + 2.5lt of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat in your chosen colour and finish. 

After use, certification can be applied for here: http://www.thermoguarduk.com/fire-certificates/

questions Cindy Cull on 2018-06-02 10:30:38
Question: 

We have a new H RSJ in a ceiling & wall - they are primed & will be covered on plaster board. How many coats will we need for a min 60 mins protective coat? I don't need a top coat because it will be hidden under the plasterboard.

Answer: 

To be able to advise on the number of coats required we would need to know the steel size (i.e. 254x146x37), length, number of sides to paint and orientation (i.e. horizontal or vertical).

questions kate on 2018-05-02 10:09:27
Question: 

Hello, We will have an exposed steel beam in our house and I'm looking to purchase Thermocoat W and then the Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat. Do I also have to purchase the primer or will the termocoat work as a primer? Thanks, Katie

Answer: 

Steel and cast iron should be free from rust and millscale and primed with Thermoguard High Build Metal Primer to 75 microns DFT (or alternative good quality anti-corrosive primer compatible with intumescent paints) in accordance with manufacturers instructions. Treat galvanised surfaces with T Wash/Mordant Solution & prime with zinc phosphate or other suitable primer for steel.

questions Ian Rennie on 2018-02-08 11:25:38
Question: 

Our project involves repainting 50 metres of steel beams which are already coated in white eggshell finish intumescent paint to a 90 minute fire protection. We are to repaint these beams as the lease is finished and the offices have to be repainted, so it is more of a routine repaint rather than protecting vulnerable surfaces as the existing coating is intact. Nonetheless we are required to paint with 90 minute fire protection. So are 2 coats of Thermoguard W required with a top coat or can you advise ? I expect the beams are a standard 400 mm size.

Answer: 

Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat can be used to redecorate and Thermoguard would certify it maintains existing fire protection, whatever that may be. However a Fire Certificate can only be issued for 90 mins if Thermoguard assess and are able to find they can propose a method to apply Thermoguard Thermocoat W over what is left of existing basecoat after removal of overcoat, plus high spots or upper layer of existing intumescent via electric hand tool abrasion.

Please contact our Technical Department for more details - [email protected] / 0113 2455450

questions john doody on 2016-11-22 15:15:30
Question: hi we are looking for a minimum 60 minute fire protection, to the bottom section only ( rest of steel is built in) of an exposed steel beam above the entrance to an integral car port. we have approx. 60mtrs x 400mm wide to protect thickness of bottom flange approx. 35mm. regards john doody
Answer: 

To achieve 60min protection on your steel, apply Thermoguard Thermocoat W @ 450 microns WFT. Followed by (once dry) 2 coats of Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat in Eggshell or Gloss finish in the desired RAL or BS colour.

Steel must be clean, dry and well primed (no bare areas, rust or other paints/coatings present). Fire Certificate issued free of charge upon application, Wet Film Gauges supplied to measure as you go to ensure correct thickness is achieved.

Materials required for this project are as follows;

  • 3 x 5kg of Thermoguard Thermocoat W
  • 1 x 5lt Thermoguard Flame Retardant Topcoat

Notes:
1. Un-primed steel sections must be primed with a suitable primer prior to the application of the intumescent paint.
2. Existing paint systems should be stripped back to bare steel, cleaned and degreased etc. prior to re-priming.
3. It is advised that you read and understand the relevant product data sheets before undertaking any projects.
4. Please check that steel specifications are correct before placing orders.
5. All of the above materials should be used in order to satisfy the project requirements.

questions Nick on 2016-04-15 15:01:12
Question: We need to obtain 60 minutes fire protection, applying by brush and roller to a steel frame building. What thickness of application should we try to achieve and what coverage are we likely to obtain per litre?
Answer: 

To provide any information in relation to coverage or film thickness required for Thermoguard Thermocoat W we first need to know some details of the steel requiring protection. Please contact our Technical Department on 0113 2455450 or [email protected] Please provide us with as much of the following information as possible;

  • Level of fire protection required (i.e. 30, 60, 90min, etc.)
  • Each steel section dimension (i.e. 254x146x37 UB)
  • Quantity and length of each section (or overall meterage for each section)
  • Orientation (horizontal or vertical)
  • Number of sides to be painted (all sides, 3 sides, 1 flange, etc.)
  • Environment (internal, external, chemical exposure, etc.)

Alternatively you can just forward us drawings, fabrication/cutting lists and we'll extract the information from them.

questions mark on 2015-12-03 09:25:33
Question: 

How far will a 5kg of Thermoguard Thermocoat W paint in surface area? Can you paint this on wooden surfaces?

Answer: 

Thermoguard Thermocoat W is for use on steel and the coverage is determined by the level of fire protection required (30min, 60min, etc.) and the size of the steels to be protected. If you require fire protection for wood see Thermoguard Timbercoat.

  

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Sherwin-Williams Firetex FX2005, a single pack thin film intumescent coating designed for in-shop application by airless spray to provide fire resistance for up to 120 minutes on structural steel. Tested and assessed to EN13381-8 European Technical Approval 16-0588 CE Marking Number 1121-CPR-GA5030 Can resist normal weather conditions...

Price £207.90
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Envirograf Intershield Flexible Top Coat

Intershield Flexible Top Coat is part of the Intumescent Coating for Steel & Aluminium Protection range, helping protect steelwork with extra fire protection. Chlorinated rubber flame retardent Complies with BS476 Parts 6 & 7, Class 0 & Class 1 (1987) Spread of flame Apply by brush, roller or sprayer No thinning required

Price £38.34
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Jotun Steelmaster 60SB

Jotun Steelmaster 60SB is a one component solvent based acrylic thin film intumescent coating independently approved for fire protection of structural steel exposed to cellulosic fire. It can be used as a mid coat or finish coat in atmospheric environments and is suitable on approved primers on carbon steel and galvanised steel substrates.

Price £214.68
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Sherwin-Williams Firetex FX1003

Sherwin-Williams Firetex FX1003 is a single pack, thin film intumescent coating, designed for site application by airless spray, to provide fire resistance for up to 120 minutes on structural steel.

Price £207.90
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Sherwin-Williams Firetex FX5120

Sherwin-Williams Firetex FX5120 is a water based TCEP free thin film intumescent coating. Firetex FX5120 has been designed for application by airless spray, to provide fire resistance for periods of up to 120 minutes on structural steel. FX5120 can also be used to enhance the fire resistance of concrete slabs and decks up to 60 minutes. 

Price £160.06
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Envirograf EP/FS/TCE Spirit-Based Top Coating for Steel

EP/FS/TCE Spirit-Based Top Coating for Steel is part of the Intumescent Coating for Steel & Aluminium Protection range (Product 83), helping protect steelwork with extra fire protection. 5L size can be tinted to over 350+ colours in RAL & BS shades Opaque topcoat Forms a flexible film over intumescent coatings For external areas...

Price £18.61
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Nullifire SC601 Off-Site Intumescent Base Coat

Nullifire SC601 Off-Site Intumescent Base Coat is an alternative off-site (in shop) version of Nullifire SC602, a single pack acrylic thin film intumescent basecoat for fire protection of internal & semi-exposed structural steelwork up to 60 minutes. Intumescent paint for steel Easy to apply, designed for on-site application by airless...

Price £193.05
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International Interchar 1190

Thin film water-borne intumescent coating optimized for 90 and 120 minutes fire resistance, as part of the Interchar range for cellulosic fire protection, International Interchar 1190 will maintain your architectural aesthetics for fire resistance periods up to 120 minutes on structural steelwork. Coverage Calculator

Price £491.13
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PPG SteelGuard 801

A one component thin-film solvent-borne intumescent coating for fire protection of structural steelwork, providing up to 120 minutes of protection from cellulosic fires. Suitable for C1 to C4 internal and external environments (ISO 12944); for dry internal (C1) environments no topcoat is required Tested and assessed to EN 13381-8, BS...

Price £400.00
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International Interchar 212

International Interchar 212 is a high performance, high build, solvent free, two pack modified epoxy intumescent fireproofing coating designed to be used on steelwork requiring protection from cellulosic fires.

Price £692.28
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