About Fire Coatings

Paints that can be applied to either wood or structural steels to either provide Class 'O' Spread of Flame or between 30 minutes, 1 hour or even unto 2 hours protection to structural steels that have been approved by London Underground and are on their approved register.

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3M Clear Intumescent Sealer LS4000 CL

3M Clear Intumescent Sealer LS4000 CL

Formerly Copon LS4000CL Thortex PyroTech CS Topcoat Lacquer. Solvent based clear sealer for internal wooden used with LS40...

£82.63 (£99.16 Inc VAT)

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Promain supply a range of paints that can be applied to either wood or structural steels to either provide class 'O' spread of flame or for steel between 30 minutes, 1 hour, or even up to 2 hours protection to structural steels that have been approved by London Underground and is on their approved register. If you are looking for fire intumescent paint for the rail industry, contact the technical support team at Promain today and we can offer any further information you might require.

Intumescent Fire Coatings

The paints found in this category are highly suited for application to steel surfaces in the rail industry, and with many of them on the approved register for products that can legally be used in the London Underground (LUL), we encourage you to call us so we can specify the right intumescent fire paint for you. 

Whether you are looking to protect structural steel or timber surfaces from spread of flame, we have a product here to forfill your requirments. Promain only supply products with the highest level of protection, and you will find coatings which have been recommended for use in the rail industry on steel and wood coatings. 

As leading suppliers of intumescent fire paint suitable for the rail industry, Promain can specify a paint to suit your requirements. By applying a protective layer of paint to the surface in question, you could potentially save lives if a fire was to occur. The coating would limit the amount of flames that could spread, allowing extra time for people to escape in the unfortunate circumstance of a fire occurring.