Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Thursday, November 2, 2017
Fire-resistant coating to prevent failure in steel building fires
Homeland Security News Wire

A few extra coats of “paint” could be all that the steel in a building needs to prevent itself from buckling and failing in a fire. Scientists came up with this idea when they were figuring out a commercially viable solution to protect reinforced concrete against underground fires. After two years of intensive research and development by the interdisciplinary team, an affordable 3-in-1 coating that offers enhanced fire and corrosion protection was invented.


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