April 6, 2022

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Nullifire sets the pace in passive fire protection at FIREX International 2022

This year’s registration sponsor for FIREX, Nullifire, will be demonstrating how its intumescent and firestopping solutions, backed-up with exceptional technical support and guidance, offer complete assurance in passive fire protection at this year’s show in May.

Nullifire-FireServices-22From its stand number FI1222 at the event, taking place between 17-19 May at London’s ExCeL, the Nullifire team will be operating two product demonstration areas and explaining more about the unique traceability technologies Optifire and Optifire+.

Some of the brand’s bestsellers will also be promoted, and visitors to the stand will be able to find out more about Nullifire’s new ‘It’s All About’ campaign.

Manufactured within the UK, its products have a trusted track record of performance and compliance, with the range tested extensively by third body associations and fully certified for a range of fire protection needs, explains the vendor.

Nullifire’s Sales Director, Gary Pullinger,said: “We are really looking forward to FIREX International. It is going to be a great opportunity to see existing and potentially new clients face to face.

“Visitors to our stand will be assured of a warm welcome and the chance to catch-up. During COVID we’ve made a significant multimillion pound investment in our company, in areas including new technologies and innovations, staff, facilities and our service too. As a result, we’ll have lots to talk about at the event.

“One of the areas we’ve focused investment on is innovation. We’ll be showing that in action with two product demonstrations areas, one for our intumescent coatings and the other for our fire stopping range.

“We’ll also be talking about our pioneering traceability technologies Optifire and Optifire+ which offer guaranteed traceability of the applied Nullifire product installed on-site.

“Optifire is a unique UV technology, which is activated by exposing the product’s surface to a UV light source, to offer easy and instant product identification, while Optifire+ offers pigment technology, which is impossible to manipulate.


Visitors can find out more about Nullifire’s optifire and optifire+ technology at FIREX 2022

“Both technologies represent an important step in Nullifire’s approach to innovation, manufacturing next-generation products that help support the increasing demands from building regulations for effective fire strategies across commercial and residential builds.

“We’ll also be talking about our new campaign, It’s All About, where Nullifire is showcasing its time proven and trusted approach under the hallmarks of innovation, as well as expertise, protection and service.

“This is an exciting campaign, developed as we look to celebrate our 50th anniversary, which really shows the depth of systems, service and solutions Nullifire offers.”

Nullifire will also be promoting some of its best-sellers, including FS719 HP Blue for CPVC, a sealant developed specifically for CPVC materials, and FS709 Intumescent Sealant, a high expansion/pressure exerting graphite intumescent sealant.

And as a CPG (UK) brand, along with TREMCO, Flowcrete, illbruck, Dryvit and Nudura, Nullifire will be highlighting some of the technologies from the CPG UK portfolio, which are of relevance to the fire safety sector.

This includes Dryvit’s Roxsulation Pro, a stone wool external wall insulation system, with excellent fire performance. Suitable for use on either new construction or refurbishment projects without height restrictions, the system is designed to withstand high humidity, is resistant to weather and driving rain, high wind load and algal growth, and can withstand extreme temperatures and fluctuations, explains the company.


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