Fire Retardant Coating
Ace FR Wood Coating is a water based, single component surface coating for wood components and Commercial Plywood. The coating cures at general ambient conditions to form a thin coating film on the wood surface which protects the surface against fire. It can be easily applied by brush or spray on exposed wooden surface. The product is tested as per test procedures of IS 1734 Part 3 for its characteristic properties such as ‘Flammability’, ‘Flame Penetration’ and ‘Rate of Burning’ by coating on a commercial grade plywood surface. The performance conforms to the requirements as per IS 5509.
The fire retardant products can be applied in finished stage of the product as well as after installation and commissioning at site. It is a single component system and can be applied as suitable to site specific conditions by brush or by spray coating. The material is compatible with wood and ply wood surfaces having less than 20% moisture contents and no leach outs. 1-2 coats of Approx 100 to 150 microns of the Fire Retardant Wood Coating can provide fire resistance of upto 30 minutes to the plywood or wood surface.
Ace FR Wood Coating is a product for internal use and should be protected with top coat if expected to be exposed to harsh external conditions like water logging, direct sunlight, etc .
|Life Expectancy||30 Years|
|Density||1.15 to 1.25 gms/cm3|
|pH||6.0 to 8.0|
|Appearance||Grey / Off white thick coating|
|Curing Time||0.2 to 0.3 mm in 12 Hrs.|
|Flash Point||above 1500 C|
|Resistance to moisture & humidity||Good|
|Application Temperature||50 C to 500 C|
|Recommended minimum thickness/ depth||0.2 mm to 0.3 mm in on exposed surface|
Most desired packing for use of Ace Fire Retardant coating for wood is in the form of a plastic containers of 20 kgs each. Optional smaller packages can be offered on special order placement.
Ace Fire Retardant Wood Coating should be stored in a covered dry shed between 5 0 C to 50 0 C ambient conditions.
Ace Fire Retardant Wood Coating has a shelf life of 6 months in original unopened packing, when stored in a dry covered shed, within its storage temperature range. Normal stock rotation is recommended to ensure first in first out policy for use of materials at site.