FlameTek Fire Retardant

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FlameTek Fire Retardant

Type

Wood for Interiors

Sub Type

Decorative Surfaces

Application

Interior

Timber System

Cladding

About the product

Are you using Fire Retardant timber products?

If so, are you 100% sure you are compliant with the legislation?

Navigating your way through all the certification and legislation associated with use of FR products can be complex, time consuming and occasionally confusing.

Falcon Timber, alongside our treatment partners Halt (haltnfr.com) have invested a significant amount of time to identify the most rigorous treating regime across a wide variety of timber products. We can now offer you this range via our 8 depots and crucially offer you the piece of mind that any FR product you purchase from us will come with all the necessary accreditations. So, to be fully compliant, there are 2 key pieces of information you need to know

1) The European Reaction to Fire classification system, is the EU harmonised standard for assessing the Reaction to Fire properties of building materials. All products your buy from Falcon Timber will conform to this classification i.e B-S1-d0

2) “Construction Products Regulations” are required. ALL products placed in the UK market must have CE/UKCA. All products must therefore have 1. Certificate of Constancy of Performance (CoCop) 2. Declaration of Performance (DoP).

A certificate of treatment or a company’s own claims are not acceptable under law. All products your buy from Falcon Timber will come with this certification

Falcon Timber have partnered with 2 key players in the FR market to bring the best possible product to market. Burnblock provide the liquid that is impregnated into the timber to deliver its fire retardant properties. Not only does it perform to the most rigorous of standards, it is also 100% derived from natural substances, it is 100% biodegradable, non-toxic, p-H Neutral, Non-Corrosive and VOC Emission Free. Halt are our treatment partners and provide the industry leading, innovative timber treatment process, utilising the latest in pressure impregnation technology.