Fireproofing provides materials and structures resistance to fire so that during an accidental case of fire the critical structures keep operating until the fire is brought under control. Fireproofing means applying certain products over the materials or structures which minimize the escalation of fire and thus plant operators get sufficient to act against the fire.
Fireproofing can be painted or spayed on your surfaces within your home or building. Fireproofing is used to coat steel to keep it below the temperature that causes weakness, but it is also used to coat electrical circuits to prevent overheating.
The three main types of fireproofing methods are cementitious fireproofing, intumescent fireproofing and firestop fireproofing.
The study showed that this form of fire protection not only saved buildings, they offered a greater degree of safety for inhabitants and workers by allowing a 15-times longer escape time than a non-treated building.
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