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intumescent

Said of a material that swells and chars when exposed to flame and that forms an insulating fire-retardant barrier between the flame and material.
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will further complement the intumescent coatings market size.
Launched in July 2014, Steelmaster 1200WF is the most efficient thin film water-borne intumescent coating offering up to 180 minutes of fire protection and can be applied both on and off-site.
Appropriate assessment of intumescent coating performance requires a thorough understanding of the fundamental characteristics of intumescent coatings.
Wang reported an experimental study on the degradation of fire protection performance for two types of intumescent coatings after accelerated hydrothermal aging tests.
Target: Firetherm Intumescent and Insulation Supplies Ltd
This product is another example of the type of high performance flame retardant and intumescent coatings available from Flame Control.
John Warner, Jotun's category manager for intumescent coatings adds that in addition to lowering costs related to application, Jotachar JF750 helps owners avoid risks associated with complex mesh reinforced systems that often result in project delays.
In an event held at the Madinat Jumeirah, Hempel Paints launched its new intumescent coatings under the brand name of Hempacore.
Hempel has invested in intumescent development since 2009 and is dedicated to developing more intumescent products and expanding its offering to customers.
Intumescent paints provide effective fire resistance in many situations by producing an expanding 'char' that is designed to reduce the spread of fire and the transfer of heat.
Fields of application include fire protection (for example, glassfish fabrics with intumescent coatings), protective work clothing such as foundry protective clothing or protection against chemicals and special textiles for the automotive industry.