Heating-value-optimised

Heating-value-optimised powder coatings are used in the area of fire protection where ceiling panels and partition wall systems are installed. An optimised powder coating makes an important contribution to compliance with the required fire protection specifications.
Building products are classified according to the valid regulations regarding their burning behaviour. The harmonised procedure for classification of the burning behaviour of components products is described in DIN EN ISO 13501-1 .
A study of this standard produced the following result:
For all inorganically pigmented finished products, the fire protection class A1 can be achieved with the range IGP-DURA®mix 3302A….U00, with a coating thickness of < 60μm.
More on this subject can be found in our technical information.

IGP-DURA®mix 3302...U00

Matt

IGP-DURA®mix 3302...U00

Properties
Very matt and elegant surfaces. They offer you safety, batch and colour consistency with a wide range of special effects, such as thin coat solutions or heating value-optimised designs.

Product range
3302A, solid

Shade pallet
solid shades of all colour charts and by arrangement also special custom shades.

Customer benefits

  • Matt surface
  • Good elasticity
  • Very good over-curing stability
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