INVAMAT BARRIER 690 FIRE RETARDANT FOR PU FOAM
INVAMAT BARRIER 690 two-component flame retardant is intended for constructive fire protection of products made of polyurethane foam and expanded polystyrene (foam plastic) at civil and industrial facilities with an average fire load.
Products made of PU foam and EPS are widely used both as heat insulators, and also as finishing materials and decor elements. In the basic version, these materials are very susceptible to fire and high temperatures, since they have a low point of ignition (220-400 °C) and melting. In case of fire, foam plastic and expanded polystyrene rapidly spread fire causing a burning temperature to quickly reach 1,200 °C. In addition, toxic and dense suffocating smoke is released in combustion, making it difficult to evacuate buildings and premises.READ MORE
INVAMAT 678 FIRE RETARDANT FOR CABLES
Serial production according to TU-126.96.36.199-002-37166468-2017, compliance with GOST R 53311-2009, the product is a suspension of pigments, fillers, flame-retarding and technological additives in an aqueous dispersion of a synthetic polymer.
The retardant is designed to reduce the flammability of electrical cable lines of various types: power, control, communication, etc., having outer shells of rubber, PVC, or polyethylene. It can be used in industrial, civil and housing construction, tunnels, sewers, and also in rolling stock. Suitable for all kinds of cables.READ MORE
INVAMAT 670 FIREPROOF COATING for air ducts
INVAMAT 670 fireproof coating with INVAMAT 606 sealant.
Economical provision of fire safety of medium and large openings in walls and ceilings.
▪ For walls and ceilings
▪ Single cables and cable harness
▪ Fire retardation of mixed penetrations
▪ Air duct penetration
INVAMAT 670М FIRE RETARDANT FOR METAL STRUCTURES
INVAMAT 670M composition for constructive fire retardation of metal structures is intended for applying fireproof coatings of intumescent type with a thickness of 3 mm or more.
— Application of fireproof coatings of intumescent type
— Ensuring the required fire retardation limit of load-bearing elements of metal structures
— Fire retardation of air ducts
INVAMAT 611 THERMAL-EXPANDING FIREPROOF MASTIC
Fire resistance of building structures is the basis of the fire retardation system, meaning the capability to resist the flame effects while maintaining operational functions..
- Sealing of through holes for cable penetrations, both single and harnesses. Sealing of penetrations.
- Insulation of pipes from combustible materials up to 50 mm in diameter.
- Insulation of metal pipes.
INVAMAT606 FIREPROOF ACRYLIC SEALANT
The sealant has a viscous consistency and excellent performance properties. INVAMAT 606 has a high degree of adhesion to most building materials: wood, glass, aluminum. It is resistant to moisture, temperature changes and UV radiation.
INVAMAT 606 fireproof sealant localizes the spread of an open flame, prevents the room smoking. Therefore, it can be applied in a wide range of areas: for fire protection of various systems of building structures, in the joints of pipelines and cable passaged through walls and ceilings of buildings. It is indispensable as a fire barrier, for the protection of gypsum partitions, metal ceilings, floors, walls, ceiling, can be used for treatment of expansion joints in metal, wood, stone structures, ventilation and cable systems.
Fireproof silicon Sealant INVAMAT 601
Silicon-based sealant providing maximum mobility in fire-resistant and pipe penetrations
APPLICATIONS INVAMAT 601
•Sealing of joints of adjoining walls and slabs
•Sealingof flange connections in ducts
•Sealing of holes when laying steel pipelines
•Do not use for submerged items
•Do not paint
Refractory mortar INVAMAT GC 40-636
Fireproof cement mortar with heat insulation properties.
INVAMAT GC 40-636 is a high-strength binder with a high rate of hardening both in air and water. It is used in the manufacture of heat-resistant concrete and mortar. Appearance — a gray-brown, gray-green or black powder. Chemical composition: CaO(36%), SiO2(2-4%), Al2O3(35%), Fe2O3 (from 10 to 14%).READ MORE