Hempafire Pro 315


Hempafire Pro 315 is a one component, solvent-borne, physically drying intumescent coating for passive fire protection of structural steel against cellulosic fires. It is optimized for R30 & R60 and for in-shop and on-site applications. Fire protection at R90 may be possible depending on the project.
  • Features

    Very competitive loadings resulting in reduced paint consumption and less coats to apply. Faster drying times thanks to lower thicknesses to apply. One product for most common steel sections to reduce complexity in application and specification. It has been approved and 3rd party certified according to EN13381-8, BS 476-21 and AS 4100. It has ETA with CE mark, Certifire and ApplusFire approvals. Ease of application and smooth surface contributes to provide excellent cosmetic finish to steel. Can be applied up to 1600 micron [63 mils] dry film thickness per coat, thus providing the required protection in less coats. 12 months weather resistant without topcoat provided that coating is sufficiently dried, applied according the Application Instructions and not exposed to condensation, running or pooling water. Environmental Product Declaration with third-party certification available (Type III EPD, acc. to ISO 14025, EN 15804). Product can contribute to EPD credits for LEED and BREEAM projects. Complies with EU Directive 2004/42/EC, The Paints Directive on the limitation of volatile organic compounds: subcategory i.
  • Recommended use

    As intumescent fire protection for structural steel in interior and exterior service conditions, up to Type X (EAD350402-00-1106 / EN 16623) and C4 conditions (ISO 12944-2). Suitable for I section beams, H columns, hollow sections and cellular beams. As a repair and touch-up coating for damaged areas of freshly applied Hempafire Pro 315.
  • Markets and application

    Infrastructure/Civil structures

New REACH restriction on diisocyanates

A new EU Regulation 2020/1149 will come into force the 24 August 2023. Read more about the new REACH regulation on diiscocyanates here.