Fire protection for structural steel in buildings (Yellow book). Volume 2: Part 3: Sprayed non reactive coatings. Section 10:3 Product data sheets. 4th edition (Revised June 2010)

Publication Year
2007

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Abstract

Provides guidance to proprietary materials and systems manufactured, marketed or site applied by members of ASFP. Includes information for some products showing the variation of protection thickness with steel failure temperature. Covers tests and assessment procedures for passive and reactive protective systems and meeting ENV 13381-4, the protection of cellular beams and castellated sections, and the application of data sheets.


Document History

Produced in conjunction with the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) and the Fire Test Study Group (FSTG - UK). Detail sheet includes revisions dated from July 2007 to June 2010. This document is available in 5 separate parts: Volume 1, Volume 2 Part 1 - Boards, Volume 2 Part 2 - Casings circulars, this Volume 2 Part 3 - Sprayed non reactive coatings and Volume 2 Part 4 - Products sprayed reactive. Replaces 4th edition revised October 2009 version.

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