Thermoguard Timbercoat is a durable fire protection paint for interior and exterior timber surfaces:
Meets new Fire Regulations standard:
BS EN Class B s1 d0, BS Class 1
Class O Surface Spread of Flame
Can also achieve 30 & 60 minutes Fire Resistance in certain instances
Expands to create a barrier, insulating wood from heat and oxygen
Certificate of Supply available on request
Please Note: If certification is required, an intumescent enquiry form must be completed prior to purchase of the product, as this will ensure the correct quantity is applied to achieve the fire rating. The enquiry form is available to download from the ‘Data Sheets’ tab.
Min 8°C max 30°C.
Max relative Humidity 75%.
Surface should be at least 3°C above the dew point, free from condensation
All surfaces must be clean and dry. Remove all possible surface contaminates such as grease, smoke residues, silicates etc. Seal
water-stain risks with stain blocking sealer suitable to overcoat with water-based acrylic paints
Abrade hard or smooth surfaces with wetted 120 grit wet-or dry abrasive or dust extracting abrader. Rinse off slurry while still damp. When dry, remove any loose or suspect material back to firm edge.
Fill and repair any damage to the substrate using a good quality remedial filler
Apply at rate stated on can to protect surfaces & enable project Certification
Brush or Roller
Woven fabric roller sleeves and synthetic bristle brushes
Pressure Pot & Gun conventional unit with small compressor:
Ensure all traces of solvent flushed out Thin 5 > 10% with water to spray viscosity. Adjust fluid flow & air flow as normal for acrylic emulsion paint OR Airless Graco 1500, 3500 or equivalent. 3/8” line, 30 mesh filter on machine, no filter in gun. 521 or 523, broad areas 621 or 623 tip Ensure coverage is applied as per can i.e., 25 sqm can covers 25 sqm
Return as much unused material to its original container as possible. Wash brushes, rollers and guns with clean waters immediately following use.
Follow on-can guide to coverage, do not overspread as this compromises the system and results in non-compliance and inability to certify.
In normal conditions touch dry one hour
Overpaintable with Safewood SFR or Timbercoat SFR after 4 hours.