Nullifire SC802 Water-based Intumescent Coating 5L

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£66.23 inc. VAT: £79.48

SC802 Intumescent Basecoat is a water-based, white, thin film intumescent coating for the protection of internal structural steelwork.

SC802 can provide up to 60 minutes fire resistance. It can be applied to a smooth matt finish. A compatible top-seal can be applied if a decorative finish is required.

BENEFITS

  • Water based intumescent coating suitable for internal use on structural steelwork for up to 60 minute fire resistance
  • “Next generation” product – with greater efficiency on site
  • Compatible with a full range of Nullifire primers and top seals
  • Very low VOC

This product can also be purchased in 1L and 25kg tins.

SC802 Intumescent Basecoat is a water-based, white, thin film intumescent coating for the protection of internal structural steelwork.

SC802 can provide up to 60 minutes fire resistance. It can be applied to a smooth white matt finish. A compatible top-seal can be applied if a decorative finish is required.

This product can also be purchased in 1L and 25kg tins.

BENEFITS – why should I buy SC802?

  • This is a water based intumescent coating suitable for internal use on structural steelwork for up to 60 minute fire resistance
  • It is seen as a “Next generation” product – with greater efficiency on site
  • It is compatible with a full range of Nullifire primers and top seals
  • This product has a low environmental impact, because it has very low VOCs

Application Conditions for SC802

  • Nullifire SC802 is recommended for application and use on dry protected structural steel only.
  • If the basecoat is allowed to get wet, it is likely to be damaged – blistering and wrinkling may occur.
  • SC802 should only be applied when the air and steel temperatures are above 5°C. Relative humidity should be below 80% for successful application. Steel surface temperature should be a minimum of 3°C above the dew point.
  • Ensure the steel is dry and free from contact with rain or condensation during the application and drying of SC802.

Surface Preparation & Priming

  • SC802 should be applied onto a clean, undamaged, dry and primed steel surface.
  • Certain types of primers can cause char adhesion problems in a fire. In particular, thermoplastic primers must be avoided.
  • Nullifire recommend and have tested PM015, PM019 and PM020 primers – see website for details.
  • Nullifire have carried out compatibility testing on a wide range of primers. Contact our technical team for details on compatibility.
  • SC802 should not be applied directly to galvanised surfaces or zinc rich primer.
  • The primer must be applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Nullifire should be consulted for technical advice when zinc rich primers or the overcoating of existing paints are specifed for use.

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  • What is the spreading rate of this paint?
    With all intumescent paints for steel, there is no fixed spreading rate. This is because the amount needed varies depending on the size and shape of your steels. For a full specification, contact us on 01752 690997.
  • How much does intumescent paint expand?
    Intumescent paint expands to 50 times its dry film thickness. It is important that there is enough room around your steels to accommodate for this expansion gap.