PFP – Pyrocrete 241 – Light Weight Cementitious Fire Proofing

A 55 lb./ft³ (881 kg/m³) density, Portland cement based, cementitious fireproofing. It provides both hydrocarbon and cellulosic fire protection for structural steel and can also be used to upgrade the fire resistance of existing concrete. […]

High density cementitious fire proofing

 98,88 (incl. tax)


Description

A 55 lb./ft³ (881 kg/m³) density, Portland cement based, cementitious fireproofing. It provides both hydrocarbon and cellulosic fire protection for structural steel and can also be used to upgrade the fire resistance of existing concrete. Recommended areas of application include refineries, petrochemical, pharmaceutical facilities, pulp and paper mills, offshore platforms, nuclear and conventional power plants, factories, warehouses, institutional and biomedical facilities.

Additional information

Weight22,7 kg
Product type

Coating, Lining or PFP

PFP

Market Segment

Fireproofing – Commercial

Brand

Substrate

Carbon Steel, Concrete

Solvent

Water based

Industry

Industrial Coatings

ISO 12944 Environment

C4

Productivity - Low (*) to High (*****)

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Quality - Low (*) to High (*****)

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Packaging

22,7kg

End use

Cellulosic fire – exterior, Cellulosic fire – interior, Hydrocarbon Jet Fire Onshore, Hydrocarbon Pool Fire Onshore

Detailed information about PFP – Pyrocrete 241 – Light Weight Cementitious Fire Proofing

Intended usesPassive fire protection of steel and concrete structures, against hydrocarbon jet- or pool fire, as well as cellulosic fires in the architectural building market
Typical DFT1/2" - 5/8" (12.7 - 15.9 mm) on initial pass
ChemistryHigh density cementitious fire proofing

Downloads

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PFP – Pyrocrete 241 – Light Weight Cementitious Fire ProofingPDS Pyrocrete 241Product Data SheetEnglish Download

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