FIRE TECHNOLOGY TO A HIGHER POWER

FIRESAFE®
Intumescent Water Based Coating

Part Number: T15E

FIRESAFE® (T15E) is a proprietary non-flammable, water based, intumescing (expands up to 2000%) interior coating that provides oxygen starvation to fire. It is a non-toxic, water based, drain safe, no fuming GREEN product.

Applications:
  • For Walls, Foam, Attics, Crawl Spaces
  • Multiple core composite panels
  • Wood panel systems

Approvals:
  • Meets IBC 803.2.1 for panel systems
  • Meets IBC 2603.9 over FRP systems
  • Water based, 1-part, non-flammable, intumescing coating for interior use
  • E84 Cl 'A' verified
  • Meets Green Standards and Lead Paint Requirements
  • Meets EPA certification for Ultra Low VOC coating
  • Incidental food contact approved.


Supplemental Product Data
FIRESHELL® In The News

Spray Foam Finally Gets a Price Competitive Edge Against Fiberglass Insulation and Batting

November 7, 2008 - Clinton, NJ - We in the sprayfoam insulation industry have battled, since the beginning, with upfront cost challenges of foam insulation versus fiberglass batting products.

We all have become experts at expounding on payback periods, the improvements in sound, air, mold, moisture, and structural rigidity that foam insulation provides. We've also become proficient at explaining inherent air conditioning, furnace, ducting and lumber cost reductions spray foam insulation allows. We have our payback calculators honed to a tee to help builders and owners see the true systems saving. Full Article


FIRESHELL® In The News

ICC-ES Approves New Fire Test Protocol for Spray Applied Polyurethane Foam in AC377

Birmingham, AL. June 3, 2009, the International Code Council Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) approved changes in AC-377, Acceptance Criteria for Spray Allied Polyurethane Foam. This approval had the effect of sun-setting a previous fire testing method and implementing a new one, with phaseout milestones extending to December 2010.

The new fire testing protocol, an NFPA 286 test modified for the purposes of testing alternative ignition barriers for SPF, becomes one of several available tests recognized within the AC-377. Full Article




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