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More and more property managers, building owners, and companies are discovering the benefits of using intumescent paints in their fire protection strategies. Find out what the industry looks now and into the future in our latest article.  

This entry was tagged : growth, industrial

Is Your Building Material Fireproof?

One of the most aspects in the process of constructing new buildings and renovating old structures is analysing the fire risk factor of your chosen building materials. Aside from compliance to fire safety grading standards, this is also done in order to help building owners put a damage control plan and fire protection strategy in place, in case an unfortunate event happens.

This entry was tagged : building, fireproof, material, materials

The development of the Crown Casino complex in Sydney is moving ahead, as evidenced this week by the delivery of the first of four, 29.5m long, 2m deep, 50-tonne welded plate girders.

Check out this video to get an idea of just how big this girder really is!

This entry was tagged : Crown, Intumescent

Can Waterborne Intumescent Coatings be used Externally?

The specification of a waterborne intumescent coating, including application of a top seal (finish coat), does not automatically qualify the system as being suitable for use in external environments.  When exposed externally to rain and UV, the durability performance of any coating system is put to the test.  In the case of intumescent coatings the incorrect specification of the coating for the particular exposure conditions can ultimately lead to a severe degradation in the fire performance of the coating.

This entry was tagged : External, Fire, Intumescent, rating, Use, Waterborne

Fire Rating cannot be an After thought

The planning of a new building is a time and labour intensive process. Architects and engineers alike spend hour upon hour planning meticulous details, yet too often they forget one key element - passive fire rating.

This entry was tagged : Building, Film, Fire, Intumescents, Process, Rating, Specifications, Thin, Tips

Key projects

Nullifire products have been proudly used as the intumescent of choice on a number of recent constructions including:

5 Martin Place SYDNEY Old Commonwealth Bank Building ‘The Money Box’

Nullifire SC902 “Fast Track’ Hybrid intumescent basecoat was sele...

Brisbane International Airport - Air New Zealand lounge

Brisbane International Airport is mid-way through planned upgrade works. Perm...

Carrara Gardens Golf & Tennis Academy - Gold Coast

Nullifire SC902 was selected for this project for its proven track record of ...

Melbourne Airport - Terminal 4

The recently opened Southern Precinct of Melbourne Airport Terminal 4 and Pie...