Kiilto Fireproof 10 is an inorganic, fully non-combustible adhesive. The product meets the requirements of IMO FTPC Part 1 (IMO Resolution MSC.61 (67) fire classification, and it is also MED certified. The product exhibits good adhesion without a primer to glass wool, mineral wool and galvanised steel. Kiilto Fireproof 10 can be used in conjunction with Kiilto FP Hardener. Hardener accelerates through curing of the adhesive joint. For more information, see Kiilto FP Hardener technical data sheet. Kiilto Fireproof 10 can be used in the manufacture of fire protected structures such as fire doors and other non-combustible structures e.g. in the shipbuilding and joinery industry.
|Package Size||Product Code|
|Kiilto Fireproof 10 22 kg / 15 l||T3101.015|
|Kiilto Fireproof 10 300 kg/200 l||T3101.200|
Inorganic, non-combustible adhesive
medium viscosity paste
1,52 kg/dm³ / 20 °C
100,000 mPas (Brookfield RVT, 7/20, 20 °C)
1 - 3 min
4-24 h (+20 °C)
Unopened at +10–25 °C for 6 months.
The metal surface (e.g. stainless steel) to be bonded can be sanded, if needed, which
removes oxides. Grease and other impurities will be removed using a suitable solvent. Remove the dust from the insulation surface by using a vacuum cleaner. Apply the adhesive e.g. with a notched trowel on one of the surfaces to be bonded. Use the wet bonding method: the parts to be bonded are pressed together immediately after adhesive application. Preliminary tests are recommended to ensure proper curing of the adhesive.
The information given in this product data sheet is based on our tests and our practical knowledge. The technical data is defined in standard conditions. Variations in local working conditions will affect the product performance and result. The result is also strongly affected by working methods. We guarantee the high quality of our products according to our Quality Management System. No liability can be accepted from incorrect use of the product or prevailing conditions, over which we have no control. Thus, we cannot be held responsible for the final result. The user of the product must test the product’s suitability for the intended application.