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AFI Construction helps provide the safe environment that meets the complex esthetic, functional, legal and ecological standards of today’s buildings and structures with Promat-Firetemp. Promat-Firetemp is a joint venture of two major producers of fire protection and insulation materials: Promat International and International Insulation Group. With more than 50 years of testing and in-the-field evaluation, Promat-Firetemp’s PROMASPRAY™ products provide cementitious fire protection where and how it is best utilized:
F3 Commercial Density
F4 Medium Density
F5 High Density
RS Cementitious Protection for Identification of Asbestos Removal Re-Spray
Promat-Firetemp, LLC is a joint venture of two major producers of fire protection and insulation materials: Promat International N.V. of Belgium; and International Insulation Group, LLC (IIG) of Brunswick, Georgia, USA. Promat International is the global leader of passive fire protection materials and IIG is a leader in the manufacture of calcium silicate products and perlite products for industrial and commercial applications. Together, with their formidable resources, these companies have created Promat-Firetemp, LLC to market a number of their products for commercial and industrial fire protection applications. Promat International is part of the Etex group of companies, which markets construction products in 42 countries, operates 78 plants worldwide and has more than 14,000 employees. IIG operates 5 plants in the United States with clear emphasis on environmental “green” commitments in products, resources and social responsibilities. For complete details on these companies, please visit and

Promat-Firetemp, LLC manufactures the products listed below in several regions of the United States. Our products have been developed with over 50 years of laboratory testing and field evaluation.

Our technically competent sales force, with the backing of senior in-house personnel, will provide specifiers and applicators with the finest support in the industry.

Our products are classified by Underwriter's Laboratories, Inc. (UL). They have been applied on many of the world’s most prominent structures. For details refer to

Our products are made to exacting standards with state-of-theart technology, providing the architect, owner and applicator with materials that are unsurpassed in performance, offering:

• UL Classified Products
• Excellent Adhesion - no adhesives required*
• Contractor Support - unparalleled in the industry


F3 Commercial Density Cementitious

F4 Medium Density Cementitious

F5 High Density Cementitious

RS Cementitious Protection for Identification of Asbestos Removal Re-Spray
Interior applications--generally concealed areas. Provides up to 4-hour fire resistant construction systems. Provides LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) credits.

Exposed--generally out of occupant reach, but providing greater damage resistance. Use in high traffic areas, distribution centers, mechanical rooms, parking garages--not exposed to direct weathering.

Interior and exterior commercial and industrial fire protection for structures such as clean rooms, parking garages, tunnel fire protection, pipe racks and other areas where hard and durable fire protection is required.

Cementitious commercial density fire protection for the asbestos re-spray markets.
Certifications, Approvals, Acceptance and Compliances
UL UL 263 (ASTM E 119) UL 1709
GSA General Services Administration Department of the Navy
MEA City of NY
VA Veterans Administration

UL Classifications (Hourly Ratings)
Restrained and Unrestrained Assemblies
• Floor Systems • Walls • Roof Systems • Joists • Beam only Systems • Columns

Promat-Firetemp’s “green” policies are a principal core of our corporate beliefs. Designs of architecture are continually shifting in response to cultural and sociological changes. Today, buildings are subject to a multiplicity of demands largely unheard of less than a generation ago. Modern buildings, whether they are office towers, shopping malls, airport complexes, high tech or energy production facilities, must meet complex esthetic, functional, legal and ecological standards, while providing a safe environment in the service of humanity. Despite numerous safety measures, fire is still the most common risk to buildings. Thousands of deaths and loss of millions of dollars of property value each year are recorded, despite well-intentioned and scientific efforts to prevent such losses. Passive fire protection should be a major consideration of every designer, builder, code official and building owner.