May 2015

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HP New Developments

Caps offer advanced fire protection on bolted connections AkzoNobel has introduced its Chartek bolt caps to the North American market. The bolt caps are an easy-to-install solution for high-level..

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Caps offer advanced fire protection on bolted connections   AkzoNobel has introduced its Chartek bolt caps to the North American market. The bolt caps are an easy-to-install solution for high-level fire protection on the bolted connections of steel structures. They help eliminate the high costs and inconsistent performance associated with fireproofing these critical connections. The bolts are manufactured in a single uniform thickness from patented reinforced self-extinguishing polymeric material that can withstand various high-heat temperatures and environments. Installers simply snap the bolt caps into place, where they remain mechanically locked to the substrate during a f

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