PERMOLITE WATER-BASED FIRE-RETENTANT PAINT
Fire retardants are used to control the outbreak of a fire and can be used on walls, ceilings, floors and many other surfaces. Their main purpose is to delay or even stop the spread of fire on your surfaces.
It is a water-based, acrylic emulsion-based, fire-retardant, topcoat fire paint that dries to form a perfect layer on the applied surface.
Permolit Water Based Fire retardant paint creates a thick and strong carbon foam by reacting with each other with the increasing heat during any fire.
This foam reaches a thickness of 40-60 times the original film thickness on which the paint is applied, creating a physical barrier that prevents heat transfer, protecting the underlying steel, wall or wooden materials from the heat and direct flame of the fire.
REASONS TO USE PERMOLIT FIRE-RETENTANT PAINT
1. Protects various substrates such as wood, metal, polyurethane foam from fire damage in the event of an accident.
2. It saves time for the evacuation of people living and working areas.
3. It divides accidental fires into sections, preventing them from spreading to highly flammable materials.
4. Easy to implement passive fire safety.
5. It can minimize financial loss in the event of a fire.
Permolit Water Based Fire Retardant Paint Technical Specifications
Appearance: Matte, smooth looking interior paint.
Viscosity: 135 ± 10 KU/25°C
Density: 1.31 ± 0.10 gr/cm3
Solid Matter: 69 ± 2 (120oC 30 min)
pH: 8 – 9
Consumption: Consumption 1.0 – 6.0 L/m2 (Fire resistance time is directly proportional to the applied paint thickness. Recommended minimum dry film thickness ~800 µ)
Drying Time: Touch dry 1 hour (23oC 50% HR) Full dry 24 hours waiting time between coats 8 hours
Flash Point: (Does not glow)
Packaging: 15 L.
The surfaces should be reviewed and all layers that cannot support themselves should be cleaned and removed, and factors such as free sand, dust and oil that would reduce the adhesion strength should be cleared. If there are cracks, holes, holes, level differences etc. on the surfaces. should be resolved.
If there is rust on metal surfaces, sanding, sanding, scraping, etc. Rust should be removed with methods.
Old Painted Surfaces
Swelled, lifted loose layers on old painted surfaces should be scraped and cleaned, surface defects should be removed, dirt, dust and oil should be removed from the surface, and surfaces should be washed with clean fresh water if necessary.
The surfaces should be primed with a primer suitable for the surface. For information, the company representative should be consulted.
Thinning : Not thinned, ready to use.
Application : It can be applied by airless spray, brush, roller or spatula. The recommended consumption amount should be reached. Several coats can be applied if necessary. Wait at least 8 hours between coats. All tools used can be cleaned with water. The last coat of paint should be applied after 48 hours. It is especially recommended to apply with an airless spray gun (airless). Maximum 700 µ application should be made in one coat.
Click on the video below to watch the sample image of Permolit Water Based Fire Retardant Paint Application.