Fire Retardant Paint Water Based Matt Finish

Fire Retardant Paint Water Based Matt Finish

Fire Retardant Paint is a matt white, single-pack waterborne coating for wood, and other wood derivatives that achieves Class 1 and Class 0.

ADVANTAGES:
Achieves the equivalent to Class 0 and Class 1 to EU Standard EN13501-1:2007
Can be over-coated with waterbased latex paints
Coverage rate of 3.7m² per litre
Certificate included in each container
Internal use
Simple to use

Fire Retardant Paint is a waterborne 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. It is suitable for use 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.

Fire Retardant Paint can be applied to reduce 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. 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.

Features & Benefits:
Water based
Apply by brush, roller or spray
Achieves the equivalent to Class 0 and Class 1 to EU Standard EN13501-1:2007
Matt white finish
When overcoating use only waterborne latex paints, applied at a total dry film thickness not exceeding 35 microns
Can be applied over sound existing coatings
Has a coverage rate of 3.7m² per litre (allows for the 2 coats that need to be applied)
Certification
Each tin has a certificate application form on the back of the label. To receive a 'Certificate of Supply' for your purchase, after application of the product, simply complete the form on the label and send to the stated address and a certificate will be returned to you within 7-10 working days.

Technical Information:
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)
Shelf Life: 12 months from delivery in cool and dry storage conditions and in original unopened containers
Preparation
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.

Application:
Airless Spray
Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint should be applied undiluted
Airless spray equipment with pressure ratio 30:1
Hose diameter not below 3/8"
Whipline 1.5-2m. NW6 may be used
Recommended tip size 0.34-0.66mm or 0.17-0.027"
Hoses must be used only for water based coatings
Brush/Roller
Zeroflame Fire Retardant Paint should be applied in supplied viscosity

Conditions:
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.

Drying:
At approx. 20°C temperature and 65% relative humidity approx. 6 hours. Lower temperatures and higher relative humidity may extend drying times. Allow 48 hours before overcoating.

Cleaning:
Immediately after use, clean the equipment with water.

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Fire Retardant Paint Water Based Matt Finish

  • Product Code: st74
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £122.39
  • Ex Tax: £101.99

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