A/D FIREFILM® III
December 2007 replaces November, 2007
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The A/D FIREFILMIII coating system is used for
decorative, thin-film fireproofing for structural steel at
interior locations in buildings. The system includes a
Protect A/D FIREFILMIII from freezing.
A/D FIREFILMIII is sensitive to water and must be
protected from moisture.
It is recommended that personal protective equip-
ment be worn including spray suits, gloves, eye
protection and respirators.
Surfaces to receive A/D FIREFILMIII must be
primed with a compatible primer (see below) and be
clean and free of dust, grease or other foreign
matter. All existing coatings (except compatible
primer), mill scale or surface contaminants must be
removed. Commercial Blast Cleaning (SSPC-
SP6/NACE No.3) is recommended as a minimum
surface preparation. The quality of finish will depend
on the quality of the surface to which the coating is
applied. The coating will not hide substrate defects.
Apply A/D FIREFILMIII only to clean primed
surfaces. Use only primers approved by Carboline.
Site conditions and end-use may dictate speci