Elmendorf, Texas -- Bayseal CC closed-cell foam with TPR2's Fireshell BMS TC intumescent coating has successfully passed the US National Fire Protection Association's 286 full-scale room-corner test for use over spray polyurethane foam.
TPR2, which develops products and solutions for fire, heat and thermal issues, said in a 10 June statement that this adds to the company's "diverse portfolio" of accepted systems.
The single application coating allows code compliance using 20 percent thicker Bayseal CC closed cell foam than other solutions. The test was performed to the more stringent 2011 NFPA 286 revision, 2009 IBC 803.1.2, and meets NFPA 101 life safety code, TPR2 said in the statement.
TPR2 Fireshell BMS TC is a water-based, ultra-thin, one-component coating. It is applied with airless spray equipment, which the fire technology company says eliminates the need for expensive application equipment. The coating meets the VOC emission requirements for all 50 states in the US.