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*The American Society for the Testing and Materials (ASTM) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) are two nationally recognized organizations, which have developed tests setting standards of flammability. On a scale of 0 – 200 (least to most), only those materials with a flame spread of under 25 qualify as a “Class A” Fire Retardants.
Inspecta-Shield fire retardant is used on: natural and synthetic fibers, upholstery, draperies, carpeting, wooden building materials, decorative products, paper, burlap, canvas, and much more...
Deliver your fabric, wood or OEM part to us for fireproofing application by our Certified Technicians. Typical products sent for fireproofing are curtains, carpet, tarps, covers, wood products and OEM parts.
Our factory Certified Technicians travel throughout the U.S. applying Inspecta-Shield fire retardant to construction sites, restoration projects, schools, hotels, casinos, churches and homes.
Tested By: Commercial Testing Company Dalton, GA
Test Used: Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 25
Air worthiness Standards: Transport Category Airplanes Paragraph 25.853, Compartment interiors, Sub Paragraph (b), Appendix F (d) Vertical Test
Purpose: To determine flamespread
Results: The specimens passed Flame Application Time, Afterflame, Burn Length, and Flaming Drippings
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