Fire Paint Inspections

Crossfire can examine your current intumescent coating for steel and our assessors can give you advice on what to do next. If you do not have any coating applied, or not the correct amount of coating applied to the structure of your building, our assessors can advise on the correct remedial solution for your building. 

Combining this intumescent coating for steel with other fire protection measures such as a fire wall and fire resistant doors, can help to control a fire should one break out in your building, and if you have enough fire protection measures in place, you can also help to reduce the damage from a fire. For more information on inspections of intumescent coating for steel, contact us today and a member of our friendly team will be more than happy to assist you! 

Fire resistant paint for steel is vital for any steel structures in buildings, as it helps to preserve the integrity of steel superstructure. This coating is typically available in a range of time that the coating can offer protection for, from 30 to 240-minute protection, so you can find the coating that’s perfect for your building. Having fire resistant paint for steel can also help to preserve the superstructure of the building, which can help fire services to fight the fire or evacuate the building fully. 
Fire resistant paint should be applied to any steel superstructure, and protects the steel by undergoing a chemical reaction when exposed to high levels of heat. Then, when the fire resistant paint for steel is exposed to heat in excess of 200℃, a chemical reaction takes place to produce a special melt, that when mixed with gas, is transformed into a char like sponge, which generates a fire resistant coating for the steel structure. This fire resistant paint for steel is a must have for any modern building, and ensuring it is properly inspected is equally as important. Get in touch with a member of our friendly team to book an inspection today!