DESCRIPTION AND USE
Intumescent paint for bare or previously painted timber and timber derivative surfaces where surface spread of flame or fire propogation need to be controlled.
INTUMESCENT FIRE PROTECTION When exposed to a fire Thermoguard Timbercoat expands to create a fire protective barrier, insulating the timber surfaces from heat and oxygen.
TO SPECIFY Simply state: Prepare and apply Thermoguard Timbercoat to Class 1/Class 0. Apply Thermoguard Flame Retardant (insert chosen finish) according to manufacturer's instructions.
FIRE TESTING Tested to BS476 Part 7; Class 1 surface spread of flame. BS476 Part 6; Fire propogation. Designated Class 0 in accordance with U.K. Building Regulations.
FIRE CERTIFICATION Thermoguard issue a Certificate of Supply upon request for each project for Insurance, Fire and Building Control Authority and Client Records.
FINISH AND COLOUR RANGE Thermoguard Timbercoat is overcoated with the following decorative finishes: Thermoguard Flame Retardant: Gloss....................... BS 4800 + RAL. Eggshell................... BS 4800 + RAL. Vinyl Matt................ BS 4800 + RAL. Acrylic Eggshell........ BS 4800 + RAL Anti-graffiti system.. Most BS4800 colours. Metallic.................... Steel, gunmetal, rust, silver, gold.
COVERAGE Class 1 and Class 0: Apply 2 coats of Thermoguard Timbercoat at 7m sq. per litre per coat. APPLICATION Apply in 2 coats by brush or roller or spray. Airless spray – Graco 1500 or 5000 with 0.015" tip. Pressure pot – Devilbiss J.G.A 502 gun, 402-FF needle, 705 aircap, FF nozzle. QUALITY ASSURANCE Thermoguard Timbercoat is manufactured under the principles of BS 5750/ISO 9000 COMPOSITION Intumescent compounds. Intumescent paint resin binders. High opacity pigments.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY Thermoguard Fire Varnish is a low odour, water-based system, thus making it 'user and environmentally friendly'