Commercial kitchens are high-traffic areas where fire hazards could go unchecked without the right training. Commercial kitchens are prone to fire risks due to cooking conditions. A fire could shut down your business for weeks or months, so it is important to be aware of these risks. Keep reading to discover the five most common fire hazards in commercial kitchens.(more…)
Residential fires are an unfortunately common occurrence that can pose grave safety risks and cause significant property damage. To safeguard our communities, it is crucial for homeowners and residential building planners to understand and adopt these four residential fire prevention strategies.(more…)
Firefree Class A passes the ASTM E-84 30 minutes test at a low thin film thickness.
Firefree Class A, applied at 8 mils dry thickness, registered a zero (0) flame spread index and 45 smoke density index, also qualifying the coating for air plenum spaces (as required by mechanical building codes). At this low thickness of one coat, the coating will comply with the same acceptance criteria used for fire retardant treated wood (while other coatings would require multiple coats).
In addition, the coating complies with the California Building Code requirements Chapter 7A-5, for eaves/soffits with the Wild Fire Zones, Wildland Urban Interface (WUI), which most insurance companies require to reinstate coverage.
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