Firetex M90 is an exterior durable coating that is tested and approved for both pool and jet fire situations.
Firetex M90 has high resistance to moisture, alkali spillage, aliphatic solvents, weather, acid spillage, petroleum solvents and abrasion. Firetex M90 is recommended for use in LNG and cryogenic applications when applied as a duplex system using Firetex M89/02.
Firetex M90 has an extensive track record and has been used on gas compressor stations, Porvoo refinery, LNG vessels, natural gas power plants, refinery sphere legs, pipe racks, Gordorf Refinery, air traffic control towers, instrument pipe supports, wellheads, Yadana risers, platform repairs, bridge landings, onshore modules, underside decks, riser refurbishment, bearing plates, oil feed lines, rock wool encapsulation, duct supports, vessel skirts, skid units, airmail centres, control rooms, castings, jackets, vessel skirts and saddles, tanks, slug catchers and decks.
This product has been used by Nippon Oil & Exploration, Norsk Hydro, ExxonMobil, Shell, Dubai World, Qatar Gas, British Gas, Total, BP, PotashCorp, Amoco, Acro Trent, Phillips, Interoil and many more.
IMPORTANT INTUMESCENT PRODUCT NOTE: Always contact Promain’s technical team prior to purchase to obtain a tailored project specification and the advice necessary. The information displayed on this website should only be used as a guide. Promain UK Limited will not be held liable for any resulting damage to property, human life or monetary costs incurred due to incorrect specification, preparation, application or maintenance that has occurred due to negligence by either the purchaser or applicator. This includes your failure to have contacted us to obtain the relevant advice/specification.
Application can be made via plural component spray (an application manual for this process can be given via our technical team), airless spray, trowel and preformed castings. Overcoating should take place within seven days of application of he previous coat of Firetex M90. If seven days is exceeded, mechanical abrading of the Firetex surface is required to ensure proper adhesion. Galvanised surfaces must be prepared according to SSPC SP-16 with a minimum surface profile of 1.0 mils followed by priming with Macropoxy 646 series at 2-5mils (50-125 microns) DFT. Surface must be clean, dry and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Refer to data sheets prior to use. Clean up can be done using Sherwin Williams Thinner No9
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