Monokote® MK6 is a low-cost, gypsum-based, cementitious spray-applied fireproofing designed for an easy, fast application to substrates.
Proven, in-place performance on interior structural steel makes Monokote MK6 the most widely used fireproofing in the world. Fireproofing affords greater flexibility for both large and small fire-proofing projects.
Monokote® high density cementitious fireproofing has been developed by Grace Construction Products to meet specialty and industrial fireproofing. This meets the requirements requiring greater resistance to harsh environments. Monokote Z-146T is a Portland cement-based, factory-mixed material requiring only the addition of water on the job. It is spray applied, providing up to 4 hours of fire resistance. Its physical characteristics are excellent for areas exposed to environmental or climatic conditions. Z-146T may be used in areas where high durability and corrosion resistance is required such as substrates subjected to exposure.
In San Diego, building codes require the use of “passive” fire-protection materials like Monokote® in certain structures. Not only will this help prevent a building from collapsing, but it will give the occupants of a building more time to escape in the event of a fire. This latter benefit is especially important in high-occupancy structures where people can become trapped inside if the right precautions haven’t been taken.
Nurse Stucco should be the spray Monokote® fireproofing contractor of choice for materials and installation in San Diego County. We are a family owned and operated C-35 contractor company that has built a reputation for continually surpassing the expectations of our customers. When it comes to protecting your building from a disastrous fire, Nurse Stucco has you covered.
Call us at (619) 561-7429 or Contact Us today for more information about Monokote® fireproofing materials or to request a bid on your project. Fireproofing your building today can potentially save you thousands or even millions of dollars in repair costs in the aftermath of a fire. More importantly, it may even save lives.