Protection type Fire retardant / resistant
Suitability Structural frames
Substrates Metals
Product accreditation BS 476-20:1987
Fire resistance (minutes) 120
30
60
90
Composition Solvent based
Finish Gloss
Colour groups Any BS 4800 colour
Any RAL colour
Methods of application Brush applied
Roller applied
Spray applied
No. of coats required Single top coat
Coverage (m2/litre) 7
Touch dry (hours) 4
Recoat time (hours) 16
Container size (litres) 5
 
 
 

Hydron's fire-retardant paint system for steel provides fire protection that complies with building regulations. Decorative finishes can be specified in gloss or semi-gloss colours to any standard BS or RAL colour. 

Nu-Flame steel paints are produced in water and solvent variants. Both are available in a range of fire protection options ranging from 30 to 120 minutes fire resistance.

The system comprises a base and a top coat.

  • Fire-retardant paint
  • For steel and cast iron
  • 30, 60, 90 and 120 minute fire resistance
  • Internal or external use
  • Basecoat applied to ready primed steel
  • Intumescent top coat
  • Top coat to any BS or RAL colour

Nu-Flame W Steel Basecoat

A thin film water-based decorative intumescent paint system providing fire resistance to structural steel and cast iron. It is applied to primed steel.

For bare steel, Nu-Flame HB Metal Primer should be applied prior to the application of the Nu-Flame W Steel Basecoat.

Nu-Flame Steel Top Coat

A hard, single-coat, high-build, flame-retardant and anti-corrosion coating suitable for internal or external steel and cast iron surfaces. It is based on a high-durability resin, antimony oxide flame-retardant agents, and high opacity, corrosion-resistant pigments.

  • Applied as a single coat
  • Reduces application cost
  • Increases time between maintenance cycles
  • Resistant to physical damage, corrosion, weathering and most chemicals
  • Suitable for new construction and maintenance painting
  • Extended lifespan of up to 50 years

Appearance

Gloss or semi-gloss finish in any RAL or BS 4800 colour

Pack size

5 litre units

Coverage

7m2 per litre
Recommended thickness of 70 microns dry or 150 microns wet

Drying time

Touch dry: 4 hours
Recoat time: 16 hours

Application

Applied by brush, roller or spray
Surfaces should be clean, sound, and free from rust and millscale
Bare areas should first be primed with Nu-Flame High Build Metal Primer


Hydron's fire-retardant paint system for steel provides fire protection that complies with building regulations. Decorative finishes can be specified in gloss or semi-gloss colours to any standard BS or RAL colour. 

Nu-Flame steel paints are produced in water and solvent variants. Both are available in a range of fire protection options ranging from 30 to 120 minutes fire resistance.

The system comprises a base and a top coat.

  • Fire-retardant paint
  • For steel and cast iron
  • 30, 60, 90 and 120 minute fire resistance
  • Internal or external use
  • Basecoat applied to ready primed steel
  • Intumescent top coat
  • Top coat to any BS or RAL colour

Nu-Flame W Steel Basecoat

A thin film water-based decorative intumescent paint system providing fire resistance to structural steel and cast iron. It is applied to primed steel.

For bare steel, Nu-Flame HB Metal Primer should be applied prior to the application of the Nu-Flame W Steel Basecoat.

Nu-Flame Steel Top Coat

A hard, single-coat, high-build, flame-retardant and anti-corrosion coating suitable for internal or external steel and cast iron surfaces. It is based on a high-durability resin, antimony oxide flame-retardant agents, and high opacity, corrosion-resistant pigments.

  • Applied as a single coat
  • Reduces application cost
  • Increases time between maintenance cycles
  • Resistant to physical damage, corrosion, weathering and most chemicals
  • Suitable for new construction and maintenance painting
  • Extended lifespan of up to 50 years

Appearance

Gloss or semi-gloss finish in any RAL or BS 4800 colour

Pack size

5 litre units

Coverage

7m2 per litre
Recommended thickness of 70 microns dry or 150 microns wet

Drying time

Touch dry: 4 hours
Recoat time: 16 hours

Application

Applied by brush, roller or spray
Surfaces should be clean, sound, and free from rust and millscale
Bare areas should first be primed with Nu-Flame High Build Metal Primer


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  • Hydron Nu-Flame Fire Protection Coatings
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  • Nu-Flame W Steel Basecoat - datasheet
    Nu-Flame W Steel Basecoat - datasheet
    1pp 262.87KB
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  • Nu-Flame S Topcoat - datasheet
    Nu-Flame S Topcoat - datasheet
    1pp 217.55KB
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  • Nu-Flame HB metal primer - datasheet
    Nu-Flame HB metal primer - datasheet
    1pp 217.96KB
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