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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.
For use in internal dry controlled environments without topcoat (C1 according to ISO12944-2:1998) and external urban or uncontrolled internal environments (C3 according to ISO12944-2:1998) with topcoat.
Please note that this product should not be used without first receiving an application schedule from our Technical Department. Please download and complete the 'FIRETEX Intumescent Support Request Form' and return by email to [email protected]
If you have any questions regarding this process consult our technical department on 0113 2455450 (option 2).
- Tested to BS476 Part 20/21
- Certifire Approved – Certificate CF5012.
- This product has been assessed in accordance with the Criteria of Acceptability given in the ASFP/BCF “Industry Guidance document”.
- This product has been tested and assessed in accordance with the ASFP fire testing protocol for cellular beam protection. See Section 6.3 from ASFP “Yellow Book” 4th Edition.
- Tested and assessed to EN 13381-8.
- Tested and assessed to EN 13381-3.
- Tested to EN 13823 and EN 11925-2.
- European Technical Approval ETA 13/0113
- CE Mark number 1121-CPD-GA5016
A range of primers have been fire tested and approved for use under FIRETEX FX5120. For use on concrete, a number of Epoxy Primers have been approved.
Must not be applied directly to galvanized steel, zinc rich primers or concrete.
If it can be guaranteed that application and subsequent in-service conditions will be in a C1 environment as defined in ISO 12944-2:1998, then no topcoat is required.
For any other situation a topcoat must be applied, consult Sherwin-Williams for advice.
The above products should be used for subsequent re-decoration.
In common with other water based coatings, the drying of this material is retarded by high humidity conditions. Lack of air movement also slows down the drying process, and under such conditions it is advisable to introduce some method of circulating air over the coated surface in order to speed up the drying. A ventilated air speed of 2 metres per second is recommended.
Numerical values quoted for physical data may vary slightly from batch to batch.
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 and should be applied only by an individual with the necessary expertise and experience. 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.
|Aleksandrs on 2019-08-06 10:56:06|| |
Hello! Which product do you recomend for application for steel structures that will be used (commisioned) in cold storages (-25C). Fireproofing calculations for R30, 550C. Can FX5120 be used?
Thank you for your enquiry, in order for us to be able to answer you query, please provide us with as much of the following information as possible;
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.