CONSTRUCTIVE SOLUTIONS

FOR PASSIVE FIRE PROTECTION

Steel structure

Perlifoc mortar is a gypsum based mortar with thermal properties. It can be applied on columns, beams and hollow sections.

Perliwool mortar is a mineral wool mortar with cement as the only hydraulic binder. It is sprayed on a dry basis.

Charflame is a water-borne intumescent paint with a single component. It is intended for coating steel elements in internal or semi-exposed conditions.


Concrete structure

Perlifoc mortar is a gypsum based mortar used for passive fire protection of concrete structural elements.

Perlifoc LD mortar is a low density gypsum based mortar. It is intended for coating the concrete structure of buildings.

Perliwool mortar is a mineral wool mortar with cement as the only hydraulic binder. It is sprayed on a dry basis.


Passive fire protection in tunnels

Protecting the concrete structure in tunnels is critical in order to avoid the spalling effect.

Pyrocrete 40T mortar: Applicable both on tunnels walls and roofs.


Timber structure

Perlifoc mortar is intended for coating the following timber elements:

- Joist and timber boards floor.

- Concrete slabs and ceramic brick vault with timber beams.

- Timber beams.


Containment systems

Sub-dividing buildings into a number of compartments can restrict the spread of fire. Compartment walls separate these fire compartments from one to another.

Perlifoc mortar is a gypsum based mortar. It is applied to concrete fences, lifts, evacuation stairs, parking and industrial buildings division.

Perliwool mortar is used to provide fireproofing resistance to the vertical steal sheet (partitions).


Ventilation ducts

In many cases, ducts pass through different fire sectors making difficult the sectorization. For this reason, it is necessary to provide the ducts with the same resistance to fire as the containment systems.


Penetration seals

Nowadays, the buildings are crossed by different types of installations. It is essential to seal the installation passages in order to prevent fire propagation from one sector to another.



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