HEAT-FIT Fire Retardant Pipe Jacket System brings lightweight, corrosion-free thermoplastic piping systems onboard vessels and off shore for essential applications.
The unique Pipe Jacket System HEAT-FIT copes with the strict fire resistance regulations of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and makes thermoplastic piping systems resistant to temperatures around 1.000°C for at least 30 minutes under pressure. Made of durable and flexible materials, the Pipe Jackets can sustain highly demanding marine industry conditions.
GF Piping Systems is the leading flow solutions provider worldwide, enabling the safe and sustainable transport of fluids. The company specializes in plastic piping systems and system solutions plus services in all project phases. It is a division of Georg Fischer AG, and is headquartered in Schaffhausen, Switzerland.
• Fire Retardant System
- fulfils the IMO Resolutions A753 for fire endurance L3 and A653 for surface flammability, smoke and toxicity
- compliant with DNV, LR, RINA, ABS,and BV approval in process
- protects thermoplastic piping systems from fire up to 1000°C and for up to 30 minutes under pressure (3 bar)
- made with a lightweight, water-based, non-toxic, and environmentally safe material
- does not include any environmentally hazardous material as listed in the Green Ship Passport
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