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fireproofing for steel members

fireproofing for steel members

fireproofing for steel members

Any innovative fireproofing products out there other than the usual spray on fireproofing, cast-in-place concrete encasing, or a constructed protection boxing ?

thank you.

RE: fireproofing for steel members

Another option is intumescent paint.  Commonly used for architecturally exposed steel.

RE: fireproofing for steel members

i have heard somthing about it. should i trust it. how good is it?

Thank you.

RE: fireproofing for steel members

As the result from lab testing, the intumescent can resist fire about 2 hours

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