Nullifire Thin Film Intumescents
Leading edge fire protection for structural steel
Nullifire S707 intumescent basecoat is the most advanced and versatile water-based fire protection coating of its type. This unique structural steel fire protection solution is smooth and robust and provides the ideal surface profile for the application of a variety of architectural or high performance top seals, ideal for ‘exposed to view’ steelwork.
As the newest form of structural fire protection for steel, Nullifire Thin-film intumescent has a number of advantages over other more traditional methods. These include:
Smooth decorative appearance which can be easily top coated with a variety of finishes and colour options
The Hard film resists damage
No top seal required in non-decorative, internal applications
Thin film overcomes clearance issues
Thin film intumescent is significantly lighter than other more traditional methods such as vermiculite or concrete encasement - This reduces the amount of structural steel required in structures
Low odour, low VOC (water based)
Nullifire S707 intumescent coating system comprising of primer, intumescent coating and top seal provides high quality, decorative fire protection for structural steelwork for up to 2 hours.
Furthermore, Nullifire S707 is water-based, halogen free and low VOC, making it ideal for on-site application. The VOC content of the products has been assessed in compliance with the test method South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Method 304-91. Perhaps most importantly however, Nullifire meets Australian Standards AS4100-1998 (Steel Structures), which sets out the minimum requirements for the design, fabrication, erection and modification of steelwork in structures in accordance with the limit states design method.
For more information on the Nullifire Thin-Film Intumescent system, please request a copy of our Nullifire Brochure today, through your local office.
Remedial Building Services Australia are the proud exclusive Australasian supplier/installers of Nullifire Australia.