I just got some samples of the flamestop intumescent paint. http://www.flamestop.com/documents/Flame-Stop-IM.pdf
I want to be able to try painting it on a part and then covering that with the 2 part poly final paint. This will be far better than applying toxic phenolic onto the inside surface, wearing a moon suit. Or mixing toxic bromine in with the epoxy.
I will report on the results. It looks like a great way to get code or rule compliance in galleys or engine rooms.