Applicators of passive fire protection materials carry the important responsibility of ensuring systems have been applied in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations. This entails ensuring the correct thickness of passive fire protection has been applied, in order to certify the installation of the product system.
Permax are able to provide more information on how to become an approved applicator of one of our product systems, if this interests you, please do not hesitate leave a website enquiry.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Nullifire SC902 is an engineered fire protection solution which can only be applied by an approved applicator who has received certified training with the product.
No, only approved primers may be applied prior to Nullifire SC902 being coated. Please check the approved primers list for compatibility or alternatively contact Permax.
SC902 is very unique and offers significant productivity savings because it can be applied in 1 coat to achieve an FRL of 120 minutes. The application process may be split into several costs if an architectural level of finish is required.
Nullifire SC902 can be applied to galvanised steel if the correct steel preparation has been carried out. Please contact Permax for more information on the correct steel preparation
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