"Isolatek International offers a complete line of passive fire protection products for protection of steel. "
Each product has its own distinct application method, including but not limited to the methods in which they are mixed, conveyed and installed. This section discusses the varying techniques for each product, specific to application, equipment and maintenance.
The application of ISOLATEK® Type II and ISOLATEK® Type HP consists of conditioning the material through the application equipment and pneumatically conveying it through the hose to the nozzle where atomized water is introduced. Learn More >
The application of the ISOLATEK® Type 300 family of products, ISOLATEK® Type 400 and ISOLATEK® Type M-II consists of mixing the product with potable water in a paddle or ribbon type mixer. The mixed product is then placed into a pump hopper where it is conveyed through a hose to a spray nozzle. Learn More >
Interior application is performed through a three step process including steel primer, intumescent base coat, and an optional decorative and protective top coat. Exterior application is performed through a four step process including steel primer, intumescent base coat, two coats of ISOLATEK Type Topseal, and a decorative and protective top coat. Learn More >
The application of ISOLATEK® Type CB requires basic carpentry hand tools. The board is installed in a box configuration by using friction fit patented CAFCLIPS™ or weld pins on beams and columns. Learn More >