Fire retardant / resistant
|Fire resistance (minutes)||
Any BS 4800 colour
Any RAL colour
|Methods of application||
|No. of coats required||
Single top coat
|Touch dry (hours)||
|Recoat time (hours)||
|Container size (litres)||
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.
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.
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.
Gloss or semi-gloss finish in any RAL or BS 4800 colour
5 litre units
7m2 per litre
Recommended thickness of 70 microns dry or 150 microns wet
Touch dry: 4 hours
Recoat time: 16 hours
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