Products by category

Here's a comprehensive guide to the complete range of products used by Swart & Sons in all of our projects.

Specialised coatings

includes products from
Zinga
PPG
We have a long history in the specification and application of specialised coatings for a variety of industries and situations, whether it's simply for aesthetic purposes or to maintain the integrity and longevity of a structure.

Protective coatings

includes products from
Zinga
MCU Coatings
Unlike with paint for aesthetic purposes, the selection and application of protective coatings is critical to ensure the longevity of the structure it is applied to.

Vermiculite spray

includes products from
Isolatek
Promat
Vermiculite spray is the most cost effective way of protecting structural steel on projects where large amounts of steel are required to be fire protected.

Fire-rated sealant

includes products from
Trafalgar
Fire-rated sealants are used to seal small openings and gaps through which pipes, ducts, electrical cables, etc can pass through walls or floors in buildings. Like all passive fire prevention products they have a fire rating which indicates the time it will stop fire for.

Fireproof board

includes products from
Trafalgar
Gyprock
Ideal for situations where space is limited, for example walls, ceiling and bulkheads. Also a very effective means of providing fire protection to structural steel by using them as a cladding material.

Passive fire protection

includes products from
Gyprock
International
Isolatek
Jotun
Nullifire
The practice of increasing a structure's resistance to fire through a variety of means - fireproof coatings, fire doors, flame shields and fire-resistant materials.

Fire stopping

includes products from
Gyprock
International
Isolatek
Jotun
Nullifire
As the name suggests, fire stopping is preventing the spread of fire through a structure and is primarily achieved through the use of fire resistant materials and products - i.e. passive fire protection products.

Intumescent coating

includes products from
International
Jotun
Nullifire
PPG
Intumescent coatings react to heat by swelling in a controlled manner to many times its original thickness, producing a char formed by a large number of bubbles that act as an insulating layer to protect the underlying material.
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