Nullifire SC902 was applied on all steel members requiring 120 min fire protection. The Nullifire SC902 ‘Fast Track’ technology could meet the construction program demands to complete the project prior to the first home game of 2015 NRL season.
Originally specified in both intumescent and vermiculite coatings, Nullifire SC902 was applied on all steel members requiring fire protection. Only Nullifire SC902 could meet the building program demands to complete the project prior to the first home game of 2015 NRL season. Being the Parramatta Eels home ground it is now protected with the latest fire protection technologies offering a lifetime of the building warranty for all internal steel members coated in Nullifire SC902 to an FrL of 120minutes.
Nullifire SC902 can only come off if physically removed which is why Nullifire SC902 is the only product offering a lifetime of the building warranty for all internally exposed structural steel members coated with Nullifire SC902.
It is worth noting that we have also applied Nullifire successfully to Penrith Stadium in Sydney’s West.
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