At the CIH Housing 2015 exhibition and conference in Manchester Central 23-25th June, visitors can find out how new advances in the Crown Trade Timonox flame retardant system will deliver significant cost savings to clients. For more than 40 years, Crown Trade’s Timonox flame retardant system has played a key role in fire safety within the social housing sector – slowing down the spread of flames and ‘buying’ precious time for buildings to be evacuated.
The system can help social housing providers bring premises up to the required safety standards, of relevant legislation including the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRFSO) in England and Wales and The Fire (Scotland) Act 2005. Within the PFH Live area of CIH Housing 2015, representatives from Crown Paints will be explaining - at stand number p56 - how they’ve utilised the latest research and development to improve the Crown Trade Timonox upgrade system, which is used in properties with more 10 coats of old paint, to achieve the Class 0 status required by law.
David Spicer, Crown Paints’ Specification Technical Manager, said: “All surfaces painted with conventional paints have the potential to cause fire to spread very quickly throughout a building. “Crown Trade Timonox products apply like normal paint products, using either brush or roller, and the topcoats are available in a wide-range of colours, meaning that there is no compromise on design in order to achieve additional protection".
More details can be found on the dedicated area of the Crown Paints Specification website www.crownpaintspec.co.uk/Timonox or by contacting the Crown Paints’ Specification Team on 0330 0240310 email email@example.com