Flame Safe USA
2650 Warfield Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76106
Fire Retardant wood, fire retardant plywood, fire retardant lumber, millworks, wood specialties, I-Joists, MDF, OSB, particle board, T-111, fire retardant timbers Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Waco, Odessa, Laredo, Brownsville, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Amarillo, Shreveport, Tulsa, Oklahoma , Dallas, , Plano, Frisco, Dallas County, Tarrant County, Abilene
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PROPERTIES OF FLAME SAFE FIRE RETARDANT TREATED PLYWOOD & LUMBER
Permanence: Flame Safe interior fire retardant treated lumber and plywood is a permanent guard against the spread of flame.
Strength: Flame Safe's aqueous based resin fire retardant treatment and kiln-drying process strengthens the wood
Hygroscopicity: Flame Safe's exterior and interior fire retardant plywood and lumber is no more hygroscopic than untreated wood of any given species
Corrosion: Flame Safe exterior and interior fire retardant plywood and lumber does not demonstrate any greater corrosion rate than untreated wood on metal fasteners or hardware
Decorating and Finishing: Flame Safe exterior and interior fire retardant plywood and lumber surfaces can be stained and painted with ordinary preparation, however avoid using lacquer based stains or varnishes
Field Cuts: Flame Safe exterior and interior fire retardant plywood and wood allows the user to re-surface, mill, or rip lumber or plywood provided the exposed surfaces are coated with Flame Safe fire retardant coating (Fire Poly)
Versatility: Flame Safe exterior and interior fire retardant plywood and lumber is compatible with most waterborne preservative treatments for lumber, plywood and timber for exterior and in ground use
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Specialty treatments lengths up to 32'
ASTM E84, CLASS A; UL723, TYPE 1, NFPA 255, UBC 8-1, ASTM D2898 Flame Spread 0; Smoke developed 120
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Flame Safe's fire retardant treatment is compatible with wood preservatives such as MCA, ACQ & CCA
EXTERIOR FIRE RETARDANT LUMBER & PLYWOOD
For those specifications that call for an exterior fire retardant lumber or plywood that will have exposure to the elements or high humidity conditions Flame Safe XT is the product of choice.
In addition to passing the ASTM E84 Class A, UL Type 1 test for surface burning characteristics, which all exterior fire retardant lumber and plywood bearing a Class A stamp must pass, Flame Safe XT has passed the ASTM D2898 accelerated weathering (rain) test.
Flame Safe XT has a clear finish which can be stained with a water based stain or painted with a latex based paint. Flame Safe XT can be specified with preservative and decay resistant treatments such as MCA, ACQ, CCA and may be specified with a water repellant if so desired. Applications such as exterior decks, balconies, stairs or siding are the notable examples of where Flame Safe XTand preservative treated would be the logical choice