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|Grade Standard||Analytical Grade|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
With Agni Proof Coating
it is possible to keep the burning substance out of the burning process and to block the start of any fire. Agni proof surrounds the molecules of the applied material and disables the contact with oxygen. The active substances contained in Agni proof create a very strong thermal isolation, and prevent the accumulation of heat which could start the burning process. A useful result of this thermal isolation property is that in case of a fire, a door which is treated with Agni proof, prevents the flow of high temperatures from one side to the other. Tests have proved Agni proof was applied to a clipboard door (14mm thick), one side of the door was exposed to a continuous direct flame of 1500 C for 40 minutes whereas the reverse side has only reached the maximum temperature of 120 C.Agni Proof in combustibility solution is a product made from 100% natural materials, with no hazards tohuman health, with no risks for environmental safety, which is 100% soluble in nature and which contains no banned materials in its composition. Furthermore that it is anti-bacterial, is also one of its advantages. When Agni proof is applied to a material, smoke contains 50% less carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide than its natural form. Furthermore the smoke and its nitrogen content is 20%-25% more. Thus in case of fire, the Agni Proof applied material does not burn and the smoke airless effect is reduced to half.
Wood and Plywood Industry:
- Impregnation in pools filled with Agni proof solution according to absorption characteristics of wood, or surface application by spray of Agniproof.
- On MDF and plywood as per tested compatibility of initial dough with Agni proof, used in the first production stage. If it is used by impregnation in pools the maximum application period for wood is one day. On chipboard and MdF half an hour is enough. The absorption capacity of wood varies according to its hardness characteristic.
Anti -Fire does not mix or combine with the dye substance. Since the aim is to prevent dye from
burning, the correct application is like this. Before dye and polish but after grinding. Anti - Fire
is applied to the prepared and grinded surface and completely dried. It is absolutely necessary that the
surface is dried. Immediately then after dye (paint, color) and polish is spread.
General Industries and Sectors:
Plastic, Sponge, Cloth, Cotton, Wool and so forth, Application of Anti-Fire is made by wetting (impregnation, liquid bath) the material, squeezing out the not absorbed solution and then drying to finish.
|Boiling Point||98o C|
|Freezing Point||03o C|
|Evaporation @ 60|