There are different method of fireproofing in flammable materials: Chemical reaction, impregnation and coating.
Chemical reaction: It is limited to the manufacturing process. For plastics and synthetic fibre.
Coating: For wood and steel, it allows the insulation because of intumescent paint application.
Impregnation: The delayed product must be introduced in a liquid (water).
For textiles (absorbent material). It is ideal for decoration textiles to use natural fibres or cellulose, less flammable than synthetics and with absorbent fireproofing power.
Incotex has different FIREPROOFING according to the fibres composition.
Our applications are:
- Structure protection E.F. (Metal, concrete, wood…)
- Forged and vertical parameter protection, E.F. – R.F.
- Dry partition wall fire resistant R.F.
- False ceiling fire resistant R.F.
- ML. separation on covers between different R.F. fire divisions.
- Air shaft fire resistant R.F.
- Firewall sealant (cables, pipes, PVC pipes, etc.)
Fireproofing primer, fireproofing enamel and thermal insulation, condensation control and fireproofing acoustic progress M1 that completes the fire protection range.
According to the legislation Art 2.2. Fireproofing
2.2.1 Fireproofing material improves its class against fire.
2.2.2 The class fire will have valid period, it will be determined by the Laboratory’s certificate
2.2.3 When the valid period is spent, the material must be changed by other that has the same rank, or must be underwent the new treatment.
Hard replacement or outdoor materials will be considered as is, instead of fireproofing materials. This could be considered in case of permanent fireproofing.