Fire risk can be mitigated, but conventional fireproofing methods often compromise on safety or environmental impact. NanoTech Fireproof Coat provides protection up to 3,272°F (1,800°C) without harmful VOCs by adding NanoTech Insulative Ceramic Particle (ICP)™ technology to an eco-friendly coat, The product sets a new standard in fire safety, combining unparalleled performance with environmental responsibility for cutting-edge protection. There is no need to settle for outdated intumescent coatings or cementitious materials.
How It Works
NanoTech Fireproof Coat was sprayed on a model house structure at 2mm thickness
Multiple propane torches were directed at the house for more than 10 minutes
As the resin burns off, the sintering of the Insulative Ceramic Particle™ will continue to protect the structure.
The extremely low thermal conductivity stops heat from penetrating with minimal external damage. Interior surface remained cool to the touch.
Stops Heat Transfer & Flame Spread
Superior flame spread resistance and significantly reduced heat transfer make NanoTech fireproofing products the next generation in fire safety. When architects and builders know that they can rely on products that contribute fire resistance, they can design safer and more resilient buildings with confidence.
LOW THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
NanoTech Fireproof Coat delivers an exceptionally low thermal conductivity coefficient (k-value) of 0.017 watts per meter kelvin (W/mK) at elevated temperatures, making it a highly effective insulator that significantly slows the rate of heat transfer. Low thermal transfer is critical to protecting materials from fire by maintaining the integrity and temperature beneath the coating, thereby protecting the structure. NanoTech Fireproof Coat is tested and rated for multiple-hour ratings via ASTM E119 on a variety of substrates.
HEAT EMISSIVITY FOR HEAT DISSIPATION
The high emissivity of NanoTech Fireproof Coat means that heat energy radiates away from the surface. By emitting absorbed heat, the coating reduces the overall temperature rise of the protected material, and rapid heat dissipation safeguard coated objects and materials.
MINIMIZING FLAME SPREAD
EASE OF APPLICATION AND USE
NanoTech Fireproof Coat is easy to apply and typically only requires a few coats to achieve the 3mm-5mm thickness to achieve the desired fireproofing, making it convenient and effective for a wide range of applications, from industrial to residential settings.
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NanoTech has successfully integrated its pioneering fireproof technology into cellulose material. By dispersing our proprietary technology within cellulose fibers, we’ve created a fireproof cellulose insert that stands as a testament to innovation in fire safety. This advancement not only enhances the fire resistance of cellulose-based materials but also opens up new possibilities for eco-friendly fireproofing in a range of applications, from insulation to construction materials.
A liner insert, treated with our advanced fireproof coating, was placed inside a standard cardboard box containing 20 batteries.
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NanoTech Fireproof Coat is a robust barrier against fire spread on wooden fences, utility poles, and a wide array of wooden structures. By effectively impeding fire progression, NanoTech Fireproof Coat can enhance the resilience of critical infrastructures against the ravages of flame, and add a new layer of safety to protect assets in fire-prone environments.
Incumbent fireproofing materials and approaches are burdened with significant drawbacks. Intumescent coatings require specific conditions to activate, inconveniently swell at temperatures around 200°C to 250°C, their protective layer can be compromised by environmental factors or mechanical damage. Cementitious materials add significant weight to structures, are less flexible and risk cracking under structural movement or during application, and generally require more labor for installation.
Case Studies and Videos
Fire risk can be mitigated, but conventional fireproofing methods often compromise on safety or environmental impact. NanoTech Fireproof Coat provides protection up to 3,272°F (1,800°C) without harmful VOCs by adding NanoTech Insulative Ceramic Particle (ISP)™ technology to an eco-friendly coat, The product sets a new standard in fire safety, combining unparalleled performance with environmental responsibility for cutting-edge protection. There is no need to settle for outdated intumescent coatings or cementitious materials.
Chemical Plant Fire Protection
A prominent construction company selected NanoTech Fireproof Coat as the fireproofing solution for a natural gas power plant at a chemical facility. Faced with the need for robust fire protection in a high-risk environment, the client opted for our specialized fireproof coat, pigmented black for aesthetic considerations. NanoTech Fireproof Coat provided an innovative no-smoke, no-flame spread solution to ensure the safety and integrity of the plant. The high hour ratings of NanoTech Fireproof Coat delivered through its exceptional durability and effectiveness in withstanding extreme temperatures made it an ideal choice for the demanding conditions of the natural gas power plant. This successful application underscores the reliability and versatility of NanoTech fireproofing solutions in industrial settings.
Wild Fire Fire Protection
Utility Pole Protection
NanoTech Fireproof Coat was put to the test to demonstrate its effectiveness in protecting utility poles from wildfires. The study involved a full-scale wildfire simulation, designed to replicate the intense heat and rapid spread typical of such fires. A variety of utility pole types, including both wood and composite materials, were coated with NanoTech’s innovative fireproof solution.
Each coated pole, regardless of its material composition, withstood the extreme temperatures and harsh conditions of the simulated wildfire. This was a testament not only to the coat’s versatility in adhering to different materials but also to its exceptional ability to prevent fire damage. The poles remained intact and functional, showcasing the coating’s effectiveness in maintaining structural integrity and ensuring continued operation of essential utility services in fire-prone areas.
NanoTech Fireproof Coat was applied to an egg and exposed to heat from a propane torch for an extended period. Despite the intense heat, the egg inside remained raw, demonstrating the coating’s low thermal conductivity and its ability to effectively resist heat transfer. This test provided clear evidence of the protective qualities of NanoTech fireproof technology.
Fireproof Foam Insulation Board
NanoTech Fireproof Coat was applied to a foam insulation board in a test to evaluate its fire-resistance post application. The coated board was exposed to intense heat, simulating conditions typical in a fire. Despite the high temperatures, the fireproof coat effectively prevented the foam board from igniting, demonstrating the coating’s capacity to protect even highly flammable materials like foam insulation. This test confirmed the practical application of NanoTech fireproofing technology in improving the fire safety of insulation materials.