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Firefree 88 is cost efficient: as a result of its' superior fire resistant performance, only a relatively thin layer of FF88 will be required. As a result, FF88 provides significant material and labor cost reductions (savings of 30 to 70% and above) when compared to other options in situations such as retrofit and historical upgrades, defective construction, new construction or transportation.
ASTM E 119 (1 and 2 hours), FM 4975, ASTM E 662-97, ASTM E 3675-98, ASTM E 162-98, ASTM E 1354-94, ASTM E 814, ASTM E 84, Room Corner Test including UBC 8-2, NFPA 286, UBC 26-3 (Part 1 of FM Class 4880), BS 476 in England, AS 1530.3, 1530.4, in Australia, EN 13501 in Poland, and SISIR door test standards in Singapore.
FF88 is the first coating to bring a true fire barrier to a wide variety of materials and assemblies FF88 has been shown to withstand temperatures of up to 2000° Fahrenheit for up to two hours. As a result, FF88 provides a high level of fire protection which assists in (i) containing the fire to its room of origin, (ii) limiting smoke propagation and (iii) preserving structural integrity.
Firefree 88 is easy to use. FF88 is a high quality, non-toxic, water based resistant (matte) paint with a smooth architectural grade finish (white, flat), excellent adhesion and durability. It is easy to apply by brush, roller or sprayer. In most cases, FF88 will be self-priming, thus resulting in additional cost savings. It is non-toxic, has low odor and may be tinted.
Our products are safe and eco-friendly. They have has low VOCs (<36gr/liter) which is extremely low compared to the current EFP regulations of 250gr/liter (per ASTM 3960). It is even significantly below California’s limit of 50gr/liter. This confirms that they are non-flammable, non-toxic and environmentally friendly. Additionally Firefree 88 qualifies for Leed v4, is Green Categorized under FM Approvals and meets Green Standards Performance under MPI GPS01 and GPS-02.
FF88 can be applied to most substrates used in the construction and transportation industries including wood, gypsum board (sheetrock, plasterboard), lathe and plaster, concrete, masonry, embossed/pressed metal tin, thin gauge metal, galvanized steel and aluminum, spray polyurethane foam (SPF), fiberglass, carbon fiber, plastics and other composite materials.