FLAMMADUR® TE C can be applied on metallic and non-metallic surfaces.
Field of Application
- Rolling Stock
- External applications
- On request
- RST test report No. P60-19-8015: The product meets requirements R1 / R7 for hazard levels HL1 – HL3 as per DIN EN 45545-2 (02/2016)
- Müller-BBM test report No. M147159/01: Test of dynamic, mechanical properties as per DIN EN ISO 6721-3“
Field of application
- The material can be applied with different application techniques; thick layers can be applied one single operation.
- Short curing times speed up processes
- Resistant to chemicals as well as to mechanical and climatic influences
- Delivery: Comp. A 20 kg tin pail; Comp. B: 2.5 kg; other sizes upon request
- Curing time (+20 °C): resistant to mechanical loads < 24 hours
- The substrate must be free from contamination.
- For ease of application, it is recommended to bring Component A to a temperature of up to +50 °C.
- Agitate (stir up) Component A well before applying it.
- Mix Component A and Component B with each other very well in the appropriate weight ratio
- The preferred application is by airless spray (nozzle opening >0,051 inch). Other application techniques include compressed-air spraying (nozzle opening 4mm), brushing and rolling – these other techniques require adding solvents
- Component A can be admixed with ethyl acetate or xylol (xylene).
- The product meets the requirements of R1 / R7 for hazard levels HL1-HL3 in acc. with DIN EN 45545-2 (02/2016)
RST PB-Nr. P60-19-8015
- Testing of dynamic mechanical properties in acc. with EN ISO 6721-311
Müller-BBM PB-Nr. M147159/01
FLAMMADUR® TE C
New two-component PU Fire Protection Coating: FLAMMADUR® TE C
FLAMMADUR® TE C is a new two-component polyurethane-based fire protection coating specially developed for rail vehicles that withstands the highest climatic and mechanical loads. The video shows how FLAMMADUR® TE C is applied in very high layer thicknesses in just one work step and then demonstrates its performance in a large-scale fire test. To create conditions that are as realistic as possible for this purpose, the floor structure of a train was simulated with a 18 mm thick plywood panel.