Spray-applied fireproofing, also known as sprayed fire-resistive material (SFRM), is a specialized fire protection technique used to increase the fire resistance of building components such as steel, concrete, and other substrates. The material is typically applied as a wet mixture through spraying equipment, which, upon drying, forms a durable and insulating layer.
The composition of spray-applied fireproofing materials usually consists of a mix of cementitious or mineral fibers, aggregates, and binders. These components work together to create a thermal barrier that retards the transfer of heat from the fire to the protected structure. The thickness of the application varies depending on the fire rating requirements and the specific structural elements being protected.
Our expert installers bring years of professional experience to every job utilizing specialized spray equipment to evenly coat the intended surfaces. Since the application is sprayed, it conforms to complex shapes and irregularities, making it an ideal choice for protecting intricate architectural designs and structural elements.