Intumescent Painting

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This topic includes information related to intumescent painting applied during construction.  Intumescent paint is a thin film like substance that swells when exposed to high temperatures.  Commonly applied to structural steel columns, beams, trusses, fire escape stairwells, in addition other materials, intumescent paint provides passive fire protection to concealed and exposed structural assemblies to prevent structural failure. staff is currently working on a topic summary for this category. Our research team has provided photographs, videos and other resources. We welcome contributions and enhancements submitted by members of our community. If you have ideas, assets or suggestions



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Last modified on Sun, Sep 12, 2010
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