Fireosaurus Rex: King of Epoxy PFP in Hot and Cold Climates

From JPCL, August 2018

By Dr. Mike O’Donoghue; Vijay Datta, MS; Ravi Nagarajan; Bill Dempster; Robin Wade, MA; and Sherman Spear, International Paint LLC

This article explores the footprint and characteristics of a novel and solvent-free, low-temperature-cure, epoxy-polysulfide intumescent passive-fire-protection (PFP) coating. This coating is compared and contrasted with the other behemoths in the passive-fire- protection jungle. ...


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Tagged categories: Coating chemistry; Coating Materials; Cure; Epoxy; Fire-resistive coatings; Mike O'Donoghue; Passive Fire Protection; Temperature; Vijay Datta

Comment from trevor neale, (9/13/2018, 1:39 PM)

Great article and a fitting dedication to Clive Hare.


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