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Fireproofing, a passive fire protection measure
SBM can supply you fireproof material crusher such as roller crusher, VSI crusher, secondary jaw crusher, complete set of mill to make bauxite into powder ranging from 180mesh to 300mesh.
The series of our fireproof material crusher include 11 models which can meet most capacity requirements in primary and secondary crushing, at the same time, with low power consumption and easy maintenance. Every feature of these machines has been carefully designed to provide superior quality and performance. The high capacity of this pulverizer machine can be ensured by the large feed opening and force-feeding action from the inward and downward eccentric movement of the swing jaw.
The fireproof material crusher has a smaller discharge setting, allowing for a higher degree of flexibility with relative equipment. The machine is easy to install and debug. They are widely applied in areas of mining, metallurgical, construction, smelting, hydraulic and chemical industries, etc and widely used for crushing various materials like stone, granite, trap rock, coke, coal, manganese ore, iron ore, emery, fused aluminum, oxide, fused calcium carbide, lime stone, quartzite, alloys, etc. These crushers are recommended by leading consultants in this field and are used by hundreds of customers all over the world.
Fireproof material basics
Fireproofing, a passive fire protection measure, refers to the act of making materials or structures more resistant to fire, or to those materials themselves, or the act of applying such materials. Applying a certification listed fireproofing system to certain structures allows these to have a fire-resistance rating. The term fireproof does not necessarily mean that an item cannot ever burn: It relates to measured performance under specific conditions of testing and evaluation. Fireproofing does not allow treated items to be entirely unaffected by any fire, as conventional materials are not immune to the effects of fire at a sufficient intensity and/or duration.