ISF Euro-Fire EF1 Intumescent Topcoat Clear 5L
Solvent based 2K Acrylic System - Formulation 20488 UPGRADES Wood & MDF Panels, Walls & Ceilings to Euro Class B S1 D0
IMPORTANT: Mix Ratio 10:1 with Euro Fire Catalyst Part B 5 litre Pack - Part B supplied FOC
EF1 Euro-Fire EF1 Flame Retardant System
Maintaining system to Euro Class B-s1d0
Upgrading system on ALL timbers to Euro Class B-s1d0
Two pack PU Acrylic system
Good flow & excellent film clarity
Available in Clear & Promatch systems
Interior wooden structures, panels, walls & ceilings
CLEANER FOR EQUIPMENT APPLICATION EQUIPMENT APPLICATION
Euro-Fire EF1 Clear Topcoat
Euro-Fire EF1 Promatch Topcoat
Euro-Fire EF1 White Basecoat
Euro-Fire EF1 Grey Basecoat
Euro-Fire EF1 Black Basecoat
THINNER FOR SYSTEM Euro-Fire EFT Thinners
ISOLATOR(optional): Euro-Fire EF1 Clear Isolator (Exotic timber species / Pre-treated fumed timbers).
APPLICATION EQUIPMENT: Conventional airless / airmix or HVLP spray equipment.
Do not apply on substrates containing over 12% of humidity. Stir & Mix the lacquer well prior to use. Once mixed with Euro-Fire Catalyst 10:1 the viscosity may be adjusted with Euro-Fire EFT Thinners by up to 10%
Maintain System: The below system process enables the maintaining of the European fire reaction classification B-s1,d0 of fire retarded wooden substrates classified as B according to UNE-EN 13501-1:2007 + A1:2010 standard. Apply 80-100 gr/m2 (50-75 microns WFT) of Euro-Fire EF1 Basecoat Clear, White, Grey or Black. Allow to cure overnight (24 hours) and lightly sand with 320 grit sandpaper. Blow over with pressurized air / Tak rag accordingly. Apply 80-100 gr/m2 (50-75 microns WFT) of Euro-Fire EF1 Topcoat Clear or Promatch. Maintaining Coverage:
- Euro-Fire EF1 Clear Basecoat .. Approx 9-11 sqm/lt
- Euro-Fire EF1 Clear Topcoat . Approx 10-12 sqm/lt
- Euro-Fire EF1 Promatch Topcoat . Approx 10-12 sqm/lt
Upgrade System: The below system process enables the upgrade fire reaction B-s1,d0 classification of ALL non-fire retarded wooden supports classified as D-s2,d0 with a density equal to or higher than 510kg/m3 . The same classification B-s1,d0 is obtained for this process applied on any metallic substrate or any A2-s1,d0 classified substrate (fiber cement, calcium silicate board or gypsum plasterboard type). Adhesion tests must be carried out on the different supports. Apply 1 x 220-240 gr/m2 (150-170 microns WFT) of Euro-Fire EF1 Basecoat Clear, White, Grey or Black. Allow 1-2 hours to flash off* Apply 1 x 220-240 gr/m2 (150-170 microns WFT) of Euro-Fire EF1 Basecoat Clear, White, Grey or Black. (*) If more than 4-6 hours pass after the application of the first Euro-Fire EF1 Basecoat Clearlayer, a light sanding with 320 grit sandpaper is recommended Allow to cure overnight (24 hours) and lightly sand with 320 grit sandpaper. Blow over with pressurized air / Tak rag accordingly. Apply 80-100 gr/m2 (50-75 microns WFT) of Euro-Fire EF1 Topcoat Clear or Promatch.
- Euro-Fire EF1 Clear Basecoat Approx 4-6 sqm/lt (Per Coat)
- Euro-Fire EF1 Clear Topcoat .. Approx 10-12 sqm/lt
- Euro-Fire EF1 Promatch Topcoat Approx 10-12 sqm/lt
Euro-Fire EF1 Topcoat Clear is available in 10%, 30% and 85% gloss levels. Euro-Fire EF1 Topcoat Promatch is available in 10%, 30% and 70% gloss levels and can be formulated to any colour using the ISF Solvent Promatch tinting system. Easy to apply with any type of spraying equipment (conventional, airmix and airless).
The product inhibits excellent wetting properties, transparency, smoothness, and appearance.
Good resistance to abrasion, rubbing and scratching and meets FIRA 6250 Severe Use rating. The Acrylic-aliphatic nature of the product is characterised by an excellent yellowing resistance.
Euro-Fire EF1: Extended Tests
The below results are based on the current system application weights above for (Maintain & Upgrade) with the face side coated only there is no requirement to coat the rear side of the panels to achieve the rating below. Maintaining (40 mm air-gap) with steel fixing: B-s1,d0. Maintaining (80 mm air-gap / free standing) with steel fixing: B-s1,d0. Maintaining (40 mm air-gap) with wooden fixing (fire treated): B-s1,d0. Upgrading (40 mm air-gap) with steel fixing: B-s2,d0. Upgrading (80 mm air-gap / free standing) with steel fixing: B-s2,d0. *Upgrading (40 mm air-gap) with a wooden fixing non-fire treated: will only achieve a C-s2-d0 so it is advised that either Steel fixings are used, or the wooden fixings are of a Euro Class B spec or coated with 1 coat of the EF1 Euro-Fire basecoat. Standards followed within the classification: EN 13238:2010: Reaction to fire tests for building products. Conditioning procedures and general rules for selection of substrates. EN 13823:2010 + A1:2014: Reaction to fire tests for building products. Building products excluding floorings exposed to the thermal attack by a single burning item. EN ISO 11925-2:2010: Reaction to fire tests - Ignitability of building products subjected to direct impingement of flame - Part 2: Single-flame source test. EN 13501-1:2007 + A1:2009: Fire classification of construction products and building elements. Classification using test data from reaction to fire tests All test reports are available on request or via website www.isf.co.uk
- Pack Size 5 litres
- Max Fire Resistance 28 Days
- Touch Dry 20 mins
- Coverage As Above
- Mix Ratio 10:1
- Shelf Life 12 months
- Pot Life 24 hours
- Recoat Time As Above