fire-retardant coating

fire-retardant coating

1. A material applied to the surface of a building component to increase its resistance to flaming combustion along the surface.
2. A covering which is applied (as a fluid) on a material to delay ignition and combustion of the material.
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The general manager of the MVL Group subsidiary told Construction Week that the company provided the kingdom's Hajj authority with a fire-retardant coating called DC68.
The amount of fire-retardant coating on the composite varied from 0.
Abstract The protective effects of a topcoat on an intumescent fire-retardant coating were studied under hydrochloric acid solution corrosion, accelerated UV aging and natural weathering.
When a forest or brushland wildfire threatens to engulf nearby neighborhoods, some homeowners might opt to quickly spray the entire exterior of their house with a temporary fire-retardant coating.
TRELLEBORG INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS has launched DragonCoat, its new fire-retardant coating for rubber components, on the Trelleborg booth at OTC in Houston in May.
2007) developed an intumescent waterborne modified amino resin fire-retardant coating, which was tested by cone calorimeter and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA).
According to Boeing the fire-retardant coating on the fibreglass insulation blankets degrades with age but the FAA claims that tests do not indicate that age is a factor.
Moreover, an intumescent coating, according to SSPC's definition, is "a fire-retardant coating that when heated forms a foam produced by nonflammable gases, such as carbon dioxide and ammonia.
9 Table 2: Components of waterborne fire-retardant coating Component (wt%) JO M0 NO Epoxy/curing 32.
Abstract The thermal diffusion coefficient of the intumescent insulating layer, which forms when a fire-retardant coating is subjected to heat in a fire, is a key factor used in assessing the fire protection performance of the coating.
has announced its third patent this year for a new fire-retardant coating technology.