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For solving these problems, we have developed new types of compounds for structural and fireproof layers


Design of fireproof composite FIRESAFE PIPETM

1 – The Structural layer contains radial +/- fibres (glass, basalt or carbon) with modified Epoxy matrix;

2 – The Fireproof layer contains an intumescent composition based on modified Epoxy matrix;

3 – The Outer layer – polyurethane, etc. paint.
Some application may be using The Liner (not shown here). It is also based on Epoxy matrix.

Advantages of fireproof composite FIRESAFE PIPE™


– Lightweight (easy to install)

– Environmentally friendly

– Reducing CO2 by 19% more than steel pipes


– Fire resistance (depends on thickness of fireproof layer)

– Corrosion and chemical resistance

– Operational at temperatures from -400C to +900C


– 50% greater pipe lifetime

– Decreases insurance payments

The comparison of FIRESAFE PIPE™ with commonly used type of fire pipes

Applicable according to NFPA 13 Any Any Light Hazard Light Hazard
Dry sprinkler system Yes Yes No No
Working pressure (depends of operational temperature), MPa (psi) 1.55 - 2.48
Up to 134
0.69 - 2.2
1.2 - 2.37
Flexural modulus, GPa (psi) 17 - 150
(2.47 x 106 - 21.76 x 106)
70 - 200
(10.15 x 106 - 29.00 x 106)
(4.23 x 105)
(2.32 x 105)
Operational temperature -400C to +900C
(-400F to +1940F)
-700C to +4250C
(-940F to +7970F)
+20C to +500C (+350F to +1200F) +20C to +500C
(+350F to +1200F)
Halogen free Yes Yes No Yes
Chemical and corrosion resisrance (depends of operational temperature) High Low High High
Conductive Yes
(fireproof layer)
Yes No No
Weatherproof Yes Yes No No
Types of Pipe Joints Grooved, adhesive Flanged, grooved, welded, etc. Solvent cement Hot melt, electrofusion
Service Life 15-30 years Carbon steel 10-15 years Copper, stainless steel 30-50 years up 50 years up 50 years
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