Modern era then gave birth to "passive" fire protection methods where motion and response in order to extinguish fire were vanished contrary to active fire protection. Instead, thanks to structural excellence and fire-resistant components in buildings, the fire was contained properly or the spread of fire was essentially slowed down, giving a second chance to escape or limit the damage.
Production of new generation passive fire protection materials comprises high-tech approached for synthesizing engineered substances with precisely designed structure and thus tailored properties. Nanoscience and technology are instrumental when it comes to manipulate the structure of these materials and dealing with the size-dependent physical properties, amongst others, the heat transfer coefficients.
DHZ Solutions AS has a developed idea for a state-of-the-art nanostructured passive fire protection and insulation materials. The pilot production phase has been successfully accomplished thanks to internal budget and an establishment grant generously offered by Innovasjon Norge.
The pilot-produced nano-PFPI underwent standard tests and demonstrated excellent capability of fire protection and heat insulation, while the high-tech synthesis approach made it available in a cost effective manner with a very high yield.
We are now seeking smart investors to present the realized idea and the team's competence in order to facilitate the commercialization of the nanopowder and acquirement of a significant share in future fire protection market with nano-PFPI.