Jotachar

Jotun at OTC 2022

With an advanced fibre matrix in the formulation, Jotachar technology provides internal reinforcement forming a robust and temperature-stable insulating char, delivering all the fire protection you’ll ever need, certified. Join us at OTC (Booth: 3655) to learn more about our Jotachar products.

Explosion and hydrocarbon fire represents a significant hazard within oil, gas and petrochemical facilities. Without suitable fire protection measures designed to prevent or delay structural collapse, incidents can escalate rapidly, leading to catastrophic loss of life, assets, and inventory.

Jotachar FACT 2

Steel strength reduces significantly as temperature rises due to exposure to hydrocarbon fuelled fires. Using certified fire protection will slow down the rate of temperature rise so that premature collapse or failure can be prevented.

With an advanced fibre matrix in the formulation, Jotachar technology provides internal reinforcement forming a robust and temperature-stable insulating char, delivering all the fire protection you’ll ever need, certified.

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Jotun will attend OTC 2022 in Houston, USA (May 2–5). Come by our stand (Booth: 3655) to learn more about our Jotachar products.

 

For more information:

Cecilie Skeie Melberg
Global Communications Manager
Jotun Performance Coatings
Jotun A/S
Mobile: +47 986 11 068
cecilie.skeie.melberg@jotun.com

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