Protective Coatings

Passive Protection

Coating that in case of fire expands by making a thick layer of carbonic foam that acts as a thermal insulation for the metal, protecting the metal structure in cases of fire and resisting it for 30, 60 and up to 90 minutes, delaying the collapse of the structure.
StofireTM  was the first coating developed in South America for passive protection of metal structures against fire, and is one of the most important brands in the Chilean market of intumescent paints, adding more than 10,000 works executed throughout the South American continent. It has IDIEM certificates in Chile and INTI in Argentina.