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INTUMESCENT COATING

A fire-retardant coating that when heated forms a foam produced by nonflammable gases, such as
carbon dioxide and ammonia. This results in a thick, highly insulating layer of carbon (about 50
times as thick as the original coating) that serves to protect the coated substrate from fire.


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