Free Press Release

FaceBook Page Twitter Feed
You are here: Home > All News > Keep yourself safe by using Nullifire

Keep yourself safe by using Nullifire

Posted Feb 16, 2014 by gailblack
An intumescent paint, like Nullifire, is a type of coating that is a fire retardant that also protects structural members from the ill effects of hot weather and sun exposure.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Feb 16, 2014 -- An intumescent paint, like Nullifire, is a type of coating that is a fire retardant that also protects structural members from the ill effects of hot weather and sun exposure. It can be applied to wood, bricks, walls, and other structural members of a structure, to steel and plastic piping, and to fiberglass structures. These coatings are usually made of organic substances like epoxy resins and other thermosetting polymers that have high resistance to heat and fire.

Intumescent substances swell when exposed to heat and fire. When used as a paint coat or fireproofing spray, they form a protective layer on the surface. When exposed to fire or excessive heat, the protective layer will resist and absorb heat, thus protecting the structural member from damaged or deformation. Volume expansion and density reduction takes place when temperature starts to rise. Organic materials used for the manufacturing of Nullifire are inert at low temperatures, but they swell instantaneously when brought into contact with heat or fire.

If you are thinking of using Nullifire on a building, think of hiring specialized contractors which can make sure that the intumescent paint is applied with special Intumescent Paint Applicators. These experts understand that intumescent coatings prolong the structural life of steel. As protected steel is less exposed to frequent temperature variations, its load bearing capacity also increases.

The coatings can be applied off-site as well as on-location, and using Intumescent Paint Applicators. Off-site fireproofing means there is enough time for workers to fit, erect, and adjust their structural components. Faster and easier construction, reduced on-site activities, and ease of assembly are the major advantages of off-site coating.

These specialized paints, like Nullifire, have a wide range of use. They can be used for steel coatings, wooden coats, or for structural components like concrete as well. Recently intumescent fireproofing sprays have been developed that can be applied to fiber glass structural components, too.

Advantageous use of Nullifire can be made in refurbishment projects. The structural, aesthetic, and architectural value of the structural objects remains preserved. As already stated, intumescent paints have a huge scope of use. These paints are mainly used in fire-stopping, closures, and fireproofing works in buildings, houses, and manufacturing industries. Major use of these paints is found in offshore drilling, aircraft maintenance, and the ship building industries.

If this definitely convinced you to use Nullifire for your building, as mentioned before, you have to get specialized contractors. Something very important to keep in mind is that intumescent coatings can only be applied by approved, specialist Intumescent Paint Applicators, as the steel preparation is very precise in order for the intumescent to adhere to the steel.

Before application, the steels need to be adequately prepared and primed with a compatible primer. Steel should be free from mill scale, heavy rust, oil and excessive dust, or any other substance, that would impair the adhesion of the primer. Galvanized surfaces should be prepared by an application of a compatible tie coat. If the job gets done with professionalism, knowledge and Intumescent Paint Applicators you are safe and sound!

Avoid a disaster and keep you and your family safe by using Nullifire . Fire proof your building with the help of specialized contractors and Intumescent Paint Applicators and be sure that you will be much more protected in case of fire!
-- EOF ---
Contact Email :
Issued By : gail
Country : United Kingdom
Categories : Home
Last Updated : Feb 16, 2014

New Press News

blog comments powered by Disqus
Popular TagsMore