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Fire Retardant Cable Paint
- Minimum Order Quantity
- No minimum order quantity
- Unit of Measure
- FOB Port
- ASHDOD ISRAEL
- Payment Terms
- Cash Advance (CA), Cash in Advance (CID), Letter of Credit (L/C), Paypal
- Delivery Time
- 7 days after payment in ASHDOD port or BEN gurion airport Days
- Sample Available
- Sample Policy
- Free samples are available
- Packaging Details
- in case in carton boxes pallets
- Main Export Market(s)
- Middle East
- Main Domestic Market
- All India
Denbercryl Antiflame for Cables st-931
Flexible and qualitative Denbercryl Antiflame for Cables st-931 is available with intumescing in heat and fire. It prevents fire spread as well as smoke ejects. For exterior as well as interior coating on glass wool as well as metal in fire passes, it is used. In addition, it is also employed in walls and ceilings, electric boxes, cables pass between floors, etc.
This highly viscose plaster/paint is available for coating glass wool filling in electric cables to prevent heat and fire spreading in event of fire. Intumescing and cut off the effects of heat
as well as flames when a fire spreads. It contains materials that stop the development of flame combustion and its influences. It also contains materials to reduce smoke. It is diluted with water owing to a unique molecular structure.
Pass Standards Institute in South Africa SABS British standard BS476 P20 and P21 test no. # FPE/84933/08A,
Pass the Israeli standard institute standard 931 test No. 93119149631 – 181 minutes.
Pass the Israeli Standards Institute standard 755 rank 5. Test no. 8111202204
Intumescing plaster/paint, appropriate for interior and exterior uses
Provides protection from fire for 3 hours between floors
A great adhesion to glass wool
Easily implemented by spreading using spray gun, airless, roller or brush after diluting with water
Prevents the spread of fire
Emits gas to shutdown flame.
Intumescing up to 60 times
Can be applied in 500 micron layer
Appropriate for protecting electric cables
Ready to recoat every 4-6 hours
Coat limits to avoid fire spread to other places.
Coating glass wool or thermic wool
Coating gypsum fire protection walls
Electric distribution box/terminal
To coat water and sewer pipes go between floors.
To coat canals, smoke transfers and chimneys in industry.
To coat gypsum walls and canals in kitchens.
To coat heat and smoke receivers
Density – 1.3 gm\cm3
Effective coverage – min. 3 mm wet on every side of 5 cm. glass wool with density of 150 kg/m2
Erosion – 120 mic. dry film – 760 cycles (BYK Gardener)
Flexibility – 1 mm (Sheen)
Hardness – 3 Dg (Erichsen)
Layer thickness recommended – spraying -200 microns wet layer, brushing – 500 microns wet layer.
Level of fire protection – 3 hours (181 minutes) Standard 931
Number of layers – as the number necessary to get the thickness required
Viscosity – 13-15 Pa.sec (Haake)
Intumescing heat catalyst.
Special Copolymer styrene acrylate.
Special flexible materials.
30 minutes for thin layer
1-4 hours for thick layer having 500 micron and more.
Drying between coats:
Between layers: 4-6 hours
Final hardness – 3-7 days.
Final: 12 hours
Brushing, roller, spraying, or spread with spatula.
The first layer is suggested dilution and spraying 5 atmosphere pressure
Second layer and more are done by spraying or brush spreading or scrolling using flexible plastic spatula. It can be applied by airless ratio pressure 1:45 and higher nozzle 0.2”-0.27”
Water, for thick layers with no dilution on glass wool, pipes, or gypsum walls
Spraying – first layer - 30%, second layer - 5%
Clean the surface from dust, dirt and loose paint
On electric cables – the paint as it is.
On glass wool –dilute with 30% water.
On gypsum/stone walls – this paint with Tutgum Antiflame.
On steel – Epoxyden primer brominated or Tutgum Antiflame.
Top coat paint:
Denbercryl Antiflame or Tutgum Antiflame in any shade.
At room temperature in shaded and protected place having proper ventilation
Keep the lids closed tightly
Water at the end of painting.
In house quality testing lab as per specifications
ISO 9001-2008, COA and COC certificate
As it is inedible, so keep away from children.
It is flammable; hence keep away from fires, flames, heated areas, and sparks
Do not smoke near it or in working area
Good air ventilation should be there while applying. If there is not enough air, use ventilation as per the ventilation table.
Wear safety suits, glasses and gloves
Avoid direct paint contact with the skin and eyes. Immediately wash thoroughly in case of any contact
Immediately call doctor in case of any injury
Read all safety instructions carefully on the labels and also see M.S.D.S
Don’t mix it with any product that is not recommended
Don’t apply under +7°C temperature
Don’t apply over 80% humidity
While applying without air, never throw it on anybody as a direct hit can be fatal at pressures of more than 150 atm.
Read carefully all the technical data listed in the section and for any clarification, you can contact to our tech. department.
All the listed information is a recommendation only and cannot be used in the court of law.
The costumer must examine & check that the availed product is attuned with his demands and equipment.
The listed information in this section is given as per the laboratory conditions (temperature, humidity etc.) that the products were checked.
The recommendations listed do not hold any accountability for this product.
Theoretical and actual coverage area are different concepts, the genuine coverage is affected by the necessary thickness of the layers, requisite number of layers, conditions of painting including the quantity of paint that spread in the air prior touching the surface.
The information of this section is based on understanding and accumulating data, we have the right to modify the information any time.
Paints that are in stagnant position or exposed to air more than requirement can change their qualities.
Store at 15°C to 25°C temperature
Over Spray: Dust is created by dry gases of the air that causes the paint particles to fall on the surface. The impact becomes stronger owing to over pressure and heat. To evade the negative effect, the pressure of the spraying must be lowered to the essential minimum. A different possibility is to augment the amount of the thinner that cause the paint particles to fall wetter on the surface.
An additional suggested possibility is to add a retarder to enhance the time of painting application, hence increases the drying up time, and enabling it to reach the surface wetter
Pot Life: The working time that is possible to paint a mixture of two components, without spoiling the properties of the paint or disqualifying the paint.
Spray: A sprayer with a container to hold paint can be used to spray with air pressure.
Airless: a device having a piston to compresses the air for spraying paints.
Surface preparations: the level of cleanness is judged by international standards. This process comprises cleansing sand blasting to attain optimal results for painting adhesion. These standards are evenly compared to the Swiss SA, the German-Din the U.S SSPC SP standards. For each standard, there are indicators to make visual contrast between the surface cleansing and the indicator.
Prior to large surfaces’ painting, it is essential to test the product on a small area to ensure that the paint is attuned with the level of satisfactory.
Laboratory testing is done as per the standards institution specifications.
This "Data sheet" specified as noncommittal information, the product is recommended for specialized painting specialists. This information is not an alternate to personal guidance.
You should read the MSDS safety instructions carefully before start working with the product.