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High-Performance Fire Resistant and Flame Retardant Paint


Firefree 88 can be used to provide the fire resistance ratings of elements in construction, transportation and insulation. FF88 has been tested to meet ASTM E 119 (1 & 2 hour). In addition, FF88 has also been tested to multiple standards worldwide (US, Australia (CSIRO, UK, Europe, Singapore…) including 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), BS 476, AS 1530.3, 1530.4, and EN 13501.


ASTM E-84 (NFPA 255, UL 723) Steiner Tunnel Test
  • ASTM E-84 10 Minute flame spread and smoke (douglas fir)
  • ASTM E-84 10 Minute flame spread and smoke (cement board)
  • ASTM E-84 10 Minute flame spread and smoke (carbon fiber)
  • ASTM E-84 10 Minute flame spread and smoke (foam, co-polymer)
  • ASTM E-84 10 Minute flame spread and smoke (fiberglass/foam composite panel)
  • ASTM E-84 10 Minute flame spread and smoke (24 gauge metal plate)
  • ASTM E-84 Extended 30 minute (1/4” fiberglass shower pan)
  • Ff88 is listed and and inspected by the International Code Council (ICC)
British BS 476 Part 6 & 7
  • 12mm Timber OSB
  • 12mm Timber Plywood
  • 16mm Gypsum Board
  • 12mm Gypsum Board
Room Corner Test, UBC 8-2, NFPA 286, UBC 26-3 (Part 1 of FM Class 4880)
  • Polyurethane spray foam
  • AC plywood
  • Douglas fir
  • Masonite board
  • Cedar Shingles
  • Mahogany paneling
  • OSB siding
  • Lap siding
FM 4975 Hydrocarbon Ceiling Test
  • Douglas fir
  • Cellulose ties
  • 1/2” Gypsum
AS1530.3 Australian Standard (CSIRO)
  • 11mm Plywood
New Zealand (NZ) Building Code C3.4(a), ISO 9705:1993
  • 9mm Plywood


ASTM E-119, CAN & ULC-S101, AS1530.4
  • One (1 ) Hour Wall Assemblies
    • Sheetrock
    • Lath & Plaster
    • Wood
  • Two (2) Hours Wall Assemblies
    • Sheetrock
    • Metal
  • One (1) Ceiling Assemblies
    • Sheetrock
    • Wood
    • Plaster
    • Embossed Tin
  • Two (2) Hours Ceiling Assemblies
    • Sheetrock
    • Wood
    • Plaster
    • Embossed Tin
AS 1530.4 Australian Standard (CSIRO)
  • One (1) Hour Wall Assembly
    • Plasterboard
    • Pressed Metal Ceiling
    • Polyester composite
    • Masonry brick wall
    • Douglas fire timber
  • 30/30/30 Rating
    • T&G pine weatherboard
European Standard, EN 13501-1 (PN)
  • Two (2) hours rating, Plywood, B-s2, d0- 120 minutes
UBC 7-2 Doors
  • ASTM E-119, 45 minutes
  • ASTM E-119, 30 minutes
  • UL 10C 120 minutes, positive pressure
Spray Polyurethane foam/foam panels
  • ASTM E 119, 15 minutes thermal barrier
    • 24 gauge steel, polyurethane foam
    • OSB, polyurethane foam
    • Gypsum board, polyurethane foam
  • IBC 26-3, 15 minutes room corner test
    • Low density open cell foam


Toxicity Tests
  • BSS-7239-88, Boeing test
  • University of Pittsburg, Combustion Product Toxicity
  • ASTM E-662-97 Smoke Density
  • ASTM D 3675-98, ASTM E 162-98, Radiant Panel
ASTM E 1623 I-Cal
  • 26 gauge metal, T-111 Douglas fir, AC plywood, OSB, Sheetrock, cellulose tiles, polyurethane foam, mahogany paneling, steel plate.
  • Aluminum Cladding Panels (ASTM 3408)
ASTM E 1354-94, Cone Calorimeter
  • Fiberglass panels, Polyester GRP composite, plastic panels, plastic playground tubes.
FAR Part 21.607 Flammability
  • Cushion seats
Fire Testing of Li-Ion Batteries in Cardboard Boxes
  • 18650 Li-ion batteries

Test reports available upon request.

Qualifies for LEED v4 Credit CDPH/EHLB Standard Method v1.2, 2017 Emissions Meets VOC regulations (OTC, SCAQMD CARB) Master Painters Institute® (MPI) Green Performance® GPS1/GPS2
  • Firefree coatings may contribute up to five LEED points
  • Tested by Independent ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited Laboratory
  • MEA # 320-99 City of New York
  • UL # R14654 Classified on OSB, Douglas fir
  • FM Approved, per FM 4975
  • ICC Listed, ESR 4271
  • Class O, per BS 476 Part 6 & 7
  • Class 1-S, per NZBC Verification Method
Fire Safety. For various reasons, including (i) the very different circumstances that may exist from one fire to another, (ii) the differences between conditions in an actual fire and laboratory conditions in which testing is conducted, and (iii) the inherent variability of fire tests, passing a laboratory test or certifying/labeling Ff88 for use in specific assemblies/systems does not mean that the same application of Ff88 will necessarily provide an equivalent protection or the same result in an actual fire or in a new laboratory test. Furthermore, Ff88 is to be used only as a component of complete fire retardation systems for the whole structure. It will only contribute to slowing fire spread for the area where it has been applied and will not, by itself, prevent a fire from starting or continuing. The amount by which Ff88 retards a particular fire will depend, among other things, on (i) the amount of Ff88 applied, (ii) the conditions of the other elements of the assembly incorporating Ff88, and (iii) the conditions of the actual fire itself. Ff88 will not make a fire any less dangerous to persons or property. Firefree cannot guarantee that loss or injury will not be suffered by persons or property. It is the sole responsibility of the applicator to ensure that Ff88 has been applied in accordance with the application directions. It is the responsibility of the occupier to ensure the paint is not cracked, chipped or peeling.