Spray-Applied Fireproofing is used to insulate steel and metal decking from the high temperatures found during a fire. The Sprayed Fire-Resistive Material (SFRM) thermally insulates the structural members to keep them below the temperatures that cause failure. While not its primary use, SFRM may also provide acoustical treatment and thermal insulation for large areas where the structural members and metal decking are left exposed.
Spray-Applied Fireproofing Composition
SFRM is composed of cement or gypsum and often contains other materials like:
- mineral wool
Fireproofing is available as a wet or dry spray formula and can also be troweled on. The fireproofing is generally delivered as a dry powder in bag, which is then mixed with water in the field. The formulas we use are asbestos-free and don’t contain free crystalline silica.
Your Fireproofing Partner
Our experts apply spray fireproofing based on the manufacturer’s strict guidelines in order to assure proper fire ratings and adhesion. Contact us today at 888-292-2382 to learn more.