Fireproofing

Fire retardant effect

The special epoxy coating is heat resistant and swells in the event of fire, creating a thermal insulation barrier which protects the steel structure. It also causes a layer of carbonaceous char to form on the surface, which keeps the heat away from the steel, resulting in a fire retardant effect for at least 30 minutes and up to two hours.

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Certification

DCS is a fully qualified applicator of the following passive fire protection coatings:


Both fireproofing systems are frequently used in the offshore industry and petrochemistry. Of course, these coatings also offer protection from corrosion. Read more about our certification for passive fire protection.

Protection from fire

Excessive heat resulting from fire causes damage to the steel structure of buildings and installations such as oil rigs. The construction can no longer bear the weight and will eventually collapse. By applying a special passive fire protection coating, the steel structure can withstand high temperatures for a longer period of time, allowing for a safe evacuation.