fire rated floor covering

fire-rated floor covering - all boating and marine industry

find your fire-rated floor covering easily amongst the 10 products from the leading brands (italvipla, ) on nauticexpo, the boating and maritime industry specialist for your professional purchases.

fire-resistant floor and wall systems stonhard

standard tests for fire-resistance. floors: astm e648 – this is the standard test method for critical radiant flux of floor-covering systems using a radiant heat energy source. the critical radiant flux of the flooring is determined by igniting it to see how far the flame spreads prior to self-extinguishing.

cover guard surface protection - eagle industries

cover guard is a flame retardant protective surface cover used as on floors, decks, tiles, walkways and other surface areas during construction and maintenance. it is most commonly used to protect surface areas during general construction, restoration, ship repair, yacht repair, aviation and other military construction projects.

traffic guard heavy duty floor protection by pro tect

traffic guard is a heavy duty, fire retardant floor protection. pro tect’s heavy duty floor protection traffic guard can protect all kinds of hard and soft floor surfaces during the job. excellent for protecting counter-tops, cabinets, wainscots, protect concrete finishes, brick, stone, terrazzo, tiles and resilient floors.

cover shield™ fr flame retardant floor protection covering

cover shield fr meets nfpa-701 standards and passed astm test d-374 method d and d-882. this fire retardant surface protection is perfect for a wide variety of industrial, medical, laboratory, nautical, military, and government applications. it rolls out quickly, easily, and is reusable.

floor coverings flammability

floor coverings flammability under the construction products regulation, manufacturers must test floor coverings for 'reaction to fire'. it used to be the case that to sell floor coverings throughout the individual european countries that now make up the european economic area (eea) required assessment of products against more than 20 different