Fire Block Fire Retardant by Firefreeze and Augusta Motorsports Fire Block is a specially formulated, environmentally friendly product which is used to retard fire in all Class A materials Fire Block forms a thermal insulation barrier that prevents dangerous flames form spreading. Fire Bock also inhibits the development of toxic hydrocarbon smoke. Applications: Use to treat Class A materials and...
Fire Block forms a thermal insulation barrier that prevents dangerous flames form spreading.
Fire Bock also inhibits the development of toxic hydrocarbon smoke. Applications: Use to treat Class A materials and surfaces such as uniforms, clothing, wood, pre-construction materials, furnishings, carpeting, packing materials, motor home interiors, holiday decorations and storage boxes for added safety against fire. It can also be mixed 50/50 with latex paint to flames on interior walls from spreading.
Fire Block is easy to use. Just spray Fire Block on the item or surface being treated. In bulk applications, you may also dip the items and allow to drip dry. In all applications, allow Fire Block to completely penetrate the item or surface. Allow material to dry completely. If you are using Fire Block to fire retard clothing and other fabrics, and plan to wash these items in the future, it is recommended that Fire Block be reapplied after the third washing, as some of the product's effectiveness will be diminished due to washing. When mixing Fire Block with latex paint, mix equal parts of Fire Block and paint.
Fire Block fire retardant has been tested in accordance with NFPA 225 and ASTM-E84 Test for Flame Spread and Smoke Development Values by SGS US Testing for Class A (wood, paper, fabrics, etc.) materials. Test Results: Test Specimen Fire Block Rating Classification Flame Spread Index 15 0-25 Smoke Developed Value 25 0-450 Since Fire Block falls into accordance with the rating classification shown above, it is considered an acceptable fire retardant product in accordance with NFPA 255. DOT Corrosion Test Results: Corrosion Rate MM/year Inches/year Aluminum <0.01; 0.01 <0.001; <0.001 Steel <0.06; 0.07 0.002; 0.003 Comments: Per 49 CFR 173.137 (c) (2) a liquid is considered to have a severe corrosion rate if its corrosion rate exceeds 6.25 mm (0.246 inches) a year on steel (SAE 1020) or aluminum (non-clad 7075 T-6) at a test temperature a 55° Celsius or 131° Fahrenheit. Availability: Fire Block is available in a convenient 32 oz. pump spray bottle, or can be purchased in 5 and 55 gallon quantities for bulk applications. No mixing is required.