Morgan Thermal Ceramics

FireMaster® – Lightweight Structural Fire Protection, Thermal and Acoustic Insulation

Tebay Road, Bromborough, Merseyside, Wirral, CH62 3PH,Other, United Kingdom



Morgan Thermal Ceramics’ FireMaster® fire protection range was specifically designed to meet the structural fire protection needs of the marine industry, offering high performance and lightweight structural fire protection.

FireMaster® flexible, lightweight blanket products are made without chemical binders, and will not produce toxic smoke or isocyanates in fires. They are widely used for bulkhead and deck fire protection in fast ferries, cruise ships and luxury yachts. Morgan Thermal Ceramics is the market leader in high-speed craft fire protection.

FireMaster® products are comprehensively certified and tested to international standards, offering our customers the security of proven fire performance. Supporting worldwide approvals are in-service references from a market that we have served for over 30 years, including documented cases of exposure to real fires.

FireMaster® products are capable of extended operation at high temperatures. This means our fire protection solutions can be thinner, lighter or simply more cost-effective choices in applications where fire temperatures can reach nearly 1,400°C.

FireMaster® fire protection products

FireMaster® Marine Plus Blanket is the new lightweight fire insulation from Morgan Thermal Ceramics, offering lightweight fire protection for steel, aluminium and composite ships.

FireMaster® 607 is a range of low biopersistence fibre insulating products consisting of flexible blankets, boards, FireFelts, papers and expanding felts.

FireMaster® DUCTWRAP® is a foil-enclosed FireMaster® blanket designed for wrapping grease or ventilation ductwork.

FireMaster® FireBarrier provides cementitious, spray-applied fire protection for steelwork, process vessel and tunnel fire protection.

Fire safety certification and approvals

FireMaster® Marine Plus Blanket systems have DNV and EU MED approvals for structural fire protection of steel, aluminium and sandwich panel composite structures. FireMaster® 607 and Marine blanket have numerous international type approvals and EU MED approvals.

Bulkhead and deck fire protection

Morgan Thermal Ceramics produces fire protection products for steel, aluminium and composite bulkheads and decks:

  • Steel bulkheads and decks: FireMaster® blanket from A30 to H240
  • Aluminium bulkheads and decks: FireMaster® blanket or ALU-CLAD system from A30 to A60
  • Aluminium bulkheads and decks: rapid access panel system for A60/60 minute HSC
  • Composite bulkheads and decks: FireMaster® blanket for 60 minute HSC code
  • Certified solutions to provide ‘fire restricting’ insulation to composite structures in accordance with the ISO room corner fire test requirements

FireMaster® bulkhead and deck systems are cost-effective: installation savings and less thickness or lower density add up to installed cost savings of up to 20% compared to traditional rigid batt systems. Typical weights of A60 aluminium systems are 3.5 kg/m², less than 7 kg/m² for 60 minute composite sandwich panel fire protection and 2.8 kg/m² for A60 steel decks.

Other fire protection applications

  • Blanket and board materials for fire doors
  • Jet fire protection of pipes
  • Cellulosic and hydrocarbon fire protection of structural steelwork
  • Ductwork fire protection
  • Hydrocarbon fire protection of bulkheads, decks, pipes, process vessels, cable trays and storage tanks
  • Fire protection of tunnels

Fire, thermal and acoustic insulation

FireMaster® 607 blanket offers combined fire, thermal and acoustic insulation, making it ideal for structural fire protection of super yachts. Superwool® blanket is used for thermal insulation of engine exhausts. Morgan Thermal Ceramics manufactures a very large range of insulation and refractory products used in almost every industrial sector.

For more information, a copy of our fire protection CD ROM or technical advice, visit the website, where you can obtain full technical data and the address of your nearest fire protection specialist.

Norwegian Sky Cruise Ship

Norwegian Sky is a Sun-class cruise ship owned and operated by Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL). It marked a turning point for the company’s 12-vessel fleet and the start of a significantly raised business profile, following a listing on the US stock market.

Fares Al Salam –

The Fares Al Salam is a vehicle/passenger ferry built by Australian-based Austal Ships for the Saudi-owned Maritime Comp

Brilliance of the Seas

The Brilliance of the Seas has an overall length of 293.2m and is 263.5m between perpendiculars.

Seafrance Rodin –

The passenger/vehicle ferry Seafrance Rodin was built by Aker Finnyards in Rauma, Finland for Sea France. It is used for

Norwegian Star –

The Norwegian Star was built by Meyer Werft at its Papenburg yard. It was delivered to Norwegian Cruise Line (Miami, US

Aeolus Kenteris (Red Sea I) –

The Aeolos Kenteris (now renamed as Red Sea I) is a Corsair-type ferry that was built at Alstom Leroux Naval's yard at S

Solidor 5 –

The Solidor 5 is a second JumboCat 60 from the Norwegian shipyard Fjellstrand purchased by French Company Emeraude Lines

Vasco Da Gama –

The Vasco da Gama is one of the largest suction dredgers in the world. It was built by Thyssen Nordsswerke (hull number

Speedy –

The fast ferry Speedy was built by wavemaster in West Australia. It is an aluminium monohull fast passenger ferry. The r

Morgan Thermal Ceramics

Tebay Road

Bromborough

Merseyside

Wirral

CH62 3PH

Other

United Kingdom

Ms Paula Constantinou +44 151 334 4030 +44 151 334 1684 www.thermalceramics.com www.morganthermalceramics.com www.thermalceramics.com
Thermal Ceramics Inc.

Tebay Road

Bromborough

Merseyside

Wirral

CH62 3PH

Other

United States of America

Ms Paula Constantinou 0151 334 4030 0151 334 1684 www.thermalceramics.com
Thermal Ceramics Asia Pte Ltd

Tebay Road

Bromborough

Merseyside

Wirral

CH62 3PH

Other

Singapore

Ms Paula Constantinou 0151 334 4030 0151 334 1684 www.thermalceramics.com