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75PA (Brush - Spray)


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75PA (Brush - Spray) - 1

Scott Bader Europe HEAD OFFICE Scott Bader Company Limited email: email: Scott Bader Iberica email: Scott Bader Germany email: Scott Bader Ireland email: Scott Bader Scandinavia AB email: Scott Bader Eastern Europe Czech Republic email: email: Scott Bader Group Companies email: Scott Bader (Pty) Limited Republic of South Africa email: Scott Bader Middle East Limited email: ¡ Scott Bader Asia Pacific email: Leading composites innovation for over 60 years SCOTT BADER Unsaturated polyester resins used to make Glass Reinforced like all organic compounds they will burn. However, by applying Crystic Fireguard is possible to modify their burning behaviour. SCOTT BADER Protecting Composites from Fire Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel External B Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel Brush and Spray achieve BS 476 Part 6 Class 0, BS 476 Part 7 Class 1 and M1 rating according to Epiradiateur required to meet the fire approvals) In-house tests have shown that Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel can withstand a direct flame at 700°C Simply add 2% MEKP catalyst and apply as a topcoat to the reverse side of any general purpose Cures totally tackfree Available in black, white and grey Other colours can be manufactured subject to minimum order quantities Can be used on wood and other slightly porous materials good as a standard polyester gelcoat but it is superior to most intumescent paints The fire in the box after 4 minutes clearly showing the protective properties of Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel on the left hand side To show the dramatic properties of Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel in a fire, a large GRP box, split into two sections was set alight. The left hand side was a standard general purpose GRP laminate coated with Crystic Fireguard Excel. The right-hand side was a standard general purpose laminate with a general purpose topcoat Acetone was poured into both halves of the moulding, ignited and allowed to burn. The acetone started to burn flames really started to take hold on the uncoated right hand side. The fire was allowed to continue for over 4 minutes until it was evident that uncoated half. The other half was clearly protected by Crystic Fireguard Results after Flames Extinguished The uncoated right-hand side is black and displays very visible signs of being in a fire. If the fire had been left to continue, this side of the GRP box would have continued to burn until only a black residue remained. On the left hand side, Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel provided a passive barrier to block the path of the fire. When the fire attacked the intumescent topcoat it caused a chemical reaction which made the topcoat expand to form a non-flammable protective layer that

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How does Crystic Fireguar These pictures below show what is happening to Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel when exposed to flames compared to a standard uncoated general purpose gelcoat. Both castings were exposed to a blue 20mm methane flame for 30 seconds and allowed to burn. When Crystic Fireguard 75PA Excel is exposed to flames, the heat creates phosphoric acid which then produces a carbonated surface acting as a protective layer. When the temperature exceeds 200°C, water is produced which cools the source of the fire and dilutes the flue gasses that form. As the temperature of the fire...

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