AkzoNobel is setting the standard for passive fire protection with our Chartek product range that is designed to meet the growing demands of Energy industry. Chartek is the first choice for customers and delivers industry leading efficiency and productivity packaged together with our renowned technical expertise. Our innovations, people and testing expertise help deliver successful fire protection projects and through life performance for our customers asset and investments.
Through continuous research and development, our passive fire protection products have changed the way of thinking in the industry. Today, Chartek is the first choice in fire protection for the world's oil majors. We deliver solutions that work, whatever the location, whatever the environment and whatever the coating needs.
45+ years track record
With our 45+ years of experience, we know structural steel is the bones of a dynamic unit with unique characteristics and challenges. Steel comes in all shapes, sizes and weights, dictating how a section will perform, individually and collectively, in a fire scenario. Have you considered looking beyond the typical one size fits all approach to fire protection? It leaves some sections under protected leading to premature failure. Overprotected sections lead to unnecessary project over runs. Chartek offers a full array of prescriptive multi-sectional listings, performance based fire protection options and advanced fire modeling solutions to custom design your next project.
Exceptional products, exceptional protection
The Chartek name has an unequalled track record in protecting oil and gas installations against explosion, hydrocarbon pool and jet fires. Our range of epoxy PFP products provides premium quality fire protection to areas as diverse as pipe racks, vessels, spheres and even GRP pipes typically found on a range of oil, gas and chemical processing assets.
Chartek products have provided anti-corrosive and aesthetic fire protection for steel structures in markets including infrastructure, power, oil and gas, chemical, mining and bridges, in environments as diverse as the North Sea, the Tropics and Antarctica.