• Euro Fire Ef1 FR Coloured Top Coat - Gloss c/w Hardener - 5l
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Euro Fire Ef1 FR Coloured Top Coat - Gloss - 5 Litre c/w Hardener

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Euro Fire Ef1 FR Top Coat - Matt Euro Class B - 5l C/W Hardener

Euro Fire FR Tintable Top Coat is a two pack acrylic based clear wood, timber & furniture grade class 0 Flame Retardant Intumescent Top Coat for natural hard wood, MDF & veneered MDF.

**Tintable to any RAL, BS or Retail colour such as Farrow & Ball, Little Greene and Mainstream paints.

It provides a finish which both protects the wood & highlights its natural beauty. It enables the designer to maintain the overall decorative effect required whilst complying with today’s building regulations for fire protection.

Mix ratio is 10:1 with the EuroFire FR Catalyst.

  • 5 litre pack consists of 5 litre of Topcoat & 0.5 litre of Hardener/Catalyst.


Class B Application

This 2-pack PU acrylic system is easy to apply with any type of spray equipment. It provides good flow and excellent film clarity, can be colour-matched to pretty much any colour and has excellent anti-yellowing properties. EF1 also has good resistance to abrasion and scratching and meets FIRA 6250 Severe Use rating.

The coating system is straightforward.

1) To upgrade standard timber to Euro Class B-s1d0, apply two layers of basecoat followed by a clear or coloured topcoat.

2) Basecoats can be thinned by up to 10% using Euro-Fire EFT thinner, and the topcoat can be applied to the correct thickness in thin layers.

3) If you're working with timber in atmospheric conditions, exotic timbers or pre-treated fumed timber, use an isolator coating before applying the basecoat.

This improves adhesion and stops the wood from having a milky-looking finish. So, for example, you would need an isolator coating in a hotel with a timber-clad spa as it would be subject to moisture and humidity.


Maintenance Of The System

1)Maintaining cladding to Euro Class B fire retardancy is easy. Just apply one basecoat layer and one topcoat layer.

Remember: Fire protection coatings only work when applied to the correct thickness. Isolators, basecoats, and topcoats have different coverage requirements to be compliant, so always double-check the technical datasheet before using a product.


Why Has The Fire Classification System Changed For Wood?

In the wake of the Grenfell Tragedy the givernment has firmed up its classfications formerly known as Class 0 to include further controls for the fire safety and ignition of timbers in buildings.

If you are installing, spraying or modofying timbers in any residential or commercial setting you'll now need to ensure your paint system complies to Part B of the Building regulations and Fire Regulations code.

Technical Detail


BrandEuro Fire
ApplicationBrush, Roller, Spray
Overcoating Time3 Hours
Coverage m² P/Litre8
Mix Ratio1:1
Pot Life5 Hours
Recommended CleanerWater


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