Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint will achieve Class 1 and Class 0 on timber surfaces, and will maintain Class 1 and Class 0 on non-combustible surfaces such as plaster walls. This paint from Zeroflame can be applied over sound existing coatings and can be over-coated with standard latex paints where a decorative finish is required. This single-pack, waterborne product is extremely simple to use.Read Full Description
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Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint is a water borne fire protection coating for interior use. This coating has been successfully tested on a variety of timber substrates to BS 476, Classes 0 and 1, which achieves B-s2, d0 Classification.
Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint can be applied to reduces the ignitability of soft and hard wood and other wood derivatives, i.e. plywood, chipboard, fibre insulation board, hard board, also on veneering ≥ 12mm thickness. Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint insulates against heat, checks fire, prevents propagation of fire and diminishes flue-gas density and flue-gas temperature. For interior use only, not suitable for surfaces exposed to mechanical stress.
Please click here for Zeroflame's fire retardant paint for steel surfaces.
Features & Benefits
Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint has been tested to EN 13501-1:2007 on timber and composite wood substrates, European classes B-s1, d" and B-s2, d0 being obtained. Building Regulations classify C-s3, d2 as being equivalent to Class 1, and B-s3, d2 equivalent to Class 0. Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint exceeds both these classifications on timber surfaces when applied according to the manufacturer's recommendations.
|Appearance When Dry||Matt White|
|Mass Density||Approx. 1.29 g/cm³|
|Solids by Weight||Approx. 65% (according to EN ISO 3251)|
|VOC Content||Max. 0g/litre (2010 EU limit: 140g/litre)|
Stir Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint thoroughly until free of lumps. Substrates must be dry (moisture content must not exceed 15%), free from dust, wax, grease, dirt, resin, etc. Existing coatings with poor adhesion must be completely removed. Coatings containing lime, chalk or lithopone should be removed.
Object temperature not below +10°C, to max. +40°C, relative humidity max. 70%.
Application temperature shall be at least ≥ 3°C above dew point. In case relative humidity exceeds 80%, special measures must be taken to prevent condensation forming when applying. If the moisture content of the substrate exceeds 15%, the coating is unlikely to dry and blooming may occur. Moisture content should be at, or near that anticipated when in use.
At approx. 20°C temperature and 65% relative humidity approx. 6 hours. Lower temperatures and higer relative humidity may extend drying times. Allow 48 hours before overcoating.
Immediately after use, clean the equipment with water.
Is this product suitable for mdf ?
Paul from Bournemouth (Uk) - 10/10/17
Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint can be used on MDF to achieve Class 0 spread of flame. It is recommended that Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 is used as a primer to ensure good adhesion before applying the Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint.
can this product be used on glossed painted surfaces?
sam from gateshaed (uk) - 11/05/17
Yes as long as the surface to be painted is first thoroughly abraded to provide a suitable key for the Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint to adhere to.
Once applied, what is the life span of Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint before needing to be applied again to ensure BS 476 parts 6 and 7 are maintained?
Donovan Cook from Ingatestone (England) - 07/12/15
The fire protection provided by Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint remains effective indefinitely as long as the coating is not damaged. Any areas of damage, wear, etc. can be remedied by the re-application of Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint to the affected area to restore protection.
Is Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint half hour fire resistant?
arwel from conwy (wales) - 13/10/15
No, Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint upgrades timber surfaces to European Standard EN13501-1:2007, achieving B-s1d0 Classification which is a superior equivalent to our British Standard 476 Classes 0 & 1. If you require 30 or 60min protection please contact our Technical Department on 0113 2455450 for suitable systems.
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