Nullifire SC902 was selected for the 120 min fire rating of the structural steel columns for the Parramatta Police Station project. Works were carried out onsite with the glass curtain wall in place. Even though access was restricted, the applicators were still able to provide a good level of finish. The columns were exposed to view and thus were top sealed to provide an aesthetically pleasing finish.
Work was completed with little fuss and no impact on other trades, a signature of SC902.
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Five Fire Prevention Tips to Ensure Safety in your Building
The goal of a fire safety plan is to ensure that not only do you mitigate the risks of the fire, but most importantly, that you secure the highest chance of survival for all in the building. A key is to have a safety plan, to test it regularly and – though less discussed when it comes to talking about keeping people safe, making sure that you employ both active and passive fire protection systems to reinforce your structure’s fire safety. There are a few other tips which we think you may also want to consider.
Water-based Intumescents: What You Need to Know
Let’s start with the basics: There are solvent-based and water-based intumescents which exist in the market. Aside from the obvious comparisons between the two types, there are a number of other things people should know about water-based and not-for-steel intumescents.
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