Fire Protection

Silicone-free, elastoplastic Fire Protection Sealant

Green building also represents an important topic in the field of fire protection in order to cut down on the consumption of energy and resources. This can be achieved with Tendonol, a protective sealant without silicone, halogen and solvent. It is safe in toxic terms, odourless and suitable for all spheres of fire protection both inside and outside.

At the same time, Tendonol fulfils all demands on quality posed by fire protection sealants: it completely prevents the spread of fire in joints. It adheres to a moist surface even without primers, is temperature-resistant (-30 to +150 °C),...

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