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Different solutions for different materials

The chemical, physical and mechanical properties of the various surfaces and their different behaviour in the event of fire, require specific technologies for each individual situation.
There are four main fields of application for passive fire-protection systems. 
Steel: intumescent paints and fire-resistant plasters slow down heat transmission thus prolonging the time taken to reach critical collapse temperature. Discover Amonn solutions.
Wood: intumescent and fire-proofing products slow down combustion processes and speed. Discover Amonn solutions 
Reinforced and pre-stressed concrete: reactive paints and fire-resistant plasters slow down heat propagation and protect the metal reinforcements, prolonging collapse time. Discover Amonn solutions
Brickwork: reactive paints and fire-resistant plasters increase the resistance and integrity of walls. Discover Amonn solutions

The fire-protection supply chain

There are many complex regulations and numerous people are involved in making a building meet fire-prevention standards: owners, architects, builders and other professionals, installers and control bodies. In order to provide the various people involved with technical and operational assistance at all levels and in order to play a real team game, Amonn has set up a special company division, Amonn Ingegneria e Assistenza (Engineering and Assistance) which is well-known to all the professionals in the sector, not least for the invaluable part it plays in providing information and awareness-raising. This division is capable of providing qualified support to designers, other professionals and installers, during every phase of the operation from design, installation and carrying out checks on the company’s intumescent systems for active fire-protection.