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TGD 002 Code of practice for the use of sprayed mineral coatings for the fire protection of structural steel: Based on BS 8202 Part 1 for the mechanical retention of sprayed mineral coatings

Publication Year
2010

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Abstract

Gives recommendations for the sprayed application of lightweight mineral coatings which may, or may not, require mechanical retention for the fire protection of structural steel elements of construction.


Document History

Replaces the 2008 reprint.


Publisher Information

Association for Specialist Fire Protection

Formed in 1975, the Association for Specialist Fire Protection currently represents the major U.K. based specialist manufacturers and installers of structural passive fire protection systems. They produce technical information to ensure built in fire protection in buildings.

Kingsley House, Ganders Business Park
Kingsley
Bordon
Aldershot
GU35 9LU
UK

Website: www.asfp.org.uk
Email: info@asfp.org.uk
Tel: 01420 471612

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