Flamex PF Fabric Fire Retardant Spray
$15.00 – $1,575.00
This advanced fire retardant spray from National Fireproofing Supply Co. penetrates fabrics deeply, becoming part of the molecular structure. Flame spread is reduced, and flames will often self-extinguish upon contact with the treated material. Flamex PF Fire Retardant Spray for fabric is also non-toxic and non-hazardous. This product is widely used in restaurants, schools, hotels, hospitals, homes and many other commercial and residential buildings.
Flamex PF fire retardant spray has no harmful fumes or nasty smells and it dries quickly and completely with no residue and without affecting the color of the treated material. This fire retardant spray is also long-lasting. It will last indefinitely as long as the fabric is not wet washed. Treated cloth and textiles may be dry cleaned up to two times without requiring re-application.
Flamex PF Fire Retardant Spray for Fabrics can be used on all garments, draperies, upholstered seating and furniture, carpets, and all other textiles of all kinds. Spray application is recommended for larger areas, though rollers and brushes can also be used to apply the product to fabrics. Typical dry time for this product is 8-12 hours, depending on the temperature, moisture, and other conditions.
This fire retardant spray has been through extensive testing. It passes all of these applicable standards:
- NFPA 255 (Standard Method of Surface Burning)
- NFPA 701 (Flame Propagation Testing)
- UL 723 (Standard for Test of Surface Burning Characteristics)
- CA Title 19 (California Code of Regulations)
This fire retardant spray for fabric can be applied through spraying or immersion. The entire fabric should be saturated. Thick materials may require a heavier coat.
To test for proper application, use a small flame such as a butane lighter to apply heat to the material, while holding it vertically. Apply flame for 5-10 seconds. The flame should go out within 2-3 seconds.
This spray should not be diluted, as it will lose effectiveness. It has a shelf life of 3 years, and should not be stored in excess of 110 degrees F, or lower than 45 degrees F.
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