2653 Warfield Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76106
exterior fire retardant plywood, exterior fire retardant wood, flame retardant wood products, exterior fire retardantT1-11 siding,exterior fire retardant decking
Ft Worth - Dallas
817-658-9197 after hour
Exterior fire retardant plywood
|Abilene, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, Houston, Corpus Christi, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Kansas City, St. Louis, Texas, DFW, Odessa, Denver, Cleveland, Chicago, Miami, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Ft Worth, FTW, Tempe, Shreveport, New Orleans, Dallas|
ALL FLAME SAFE FIRE RETARDANT PLYWOOD and FLAME SAFE FIRE RETARDANT LUMBER IS FIRE RATED FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR USE - FLAME SAFE WOOD PRODUCTS HAVE THE LOWEST FIRE RATING & SMOKE DEVELOPED RATING IN THE INDUSTRY
Plywood is used in many applications: commercial and residential floor, wall and roof assemblies, T1-11 siding, exterior decking, fencing, packages and boxes,scaffolding materials, signs, marine. Manufacturing process of plywood: A log of wood is softened with steam and then shaved into thin veneers (also referred to as plies). The thin veneers are allowed to dry and then coated with an adhesive. Each ply is laid in such a way that the grain direction of each ply is opposite to the ones above and below it. There are usually an odd number of plies so that the sheet is balanced. The entire stack is then treated in a hot press at high temperature and pressure to form plywood. Plywood is resistant to cracking, shrinkage, splitting, twisting/warping and has a high degree of strength. Pound for pound, plywood is stronger than steel in static bending strength.
|A/B||Sanded face veneers practically free from all defects. Reverse veneers with only a few small knots or discoloration||B/C||Sanded face veneer with only a few small knots or discoloration. Reverse side permitting ointed veneers, large knots, plugs, etc.|
|A/C||Sanded one, reverse side permitting jointed veneers, large knots, plugs, etc.||CDX||Knots, knotholes, cracks, and all other defects permitted|
|Fire Retardant Softwood Plywood: Douglas Fir, Southern yellow pine (SYP), -Typically used for commercial construction - wall, floor, roof sheathing and backer board, - usually CDX grade|
|Fire Retardant Hardwood Plywood: Ash, Birch, oak, mahogany-excellent strength, stiffness and resistance to creep - it has a high planar shear strength and impact resistance, which makes it especially suitable for wall panels,cabinets and trim|
|Fire Retardant Aircraft Plywood: Birch, oak, mahogany, other species available- high strength plywood|
|Fire Retardant Marine Plywood: Marine plywood is manufactured from durable face and core veneers, with few defects so it performs longer in humid and wet conditions and resists delaminating and fungal attack - used in docks & boats|
Flame Safe plywood is kiln dried to a moisture content not to exceed 15%.
|Inherent Flame Spread Rating for Plywood vs. Flame Safe Treated Plywood|
|Size||Material||Untreated Flame Spread||Flame Safe Fire Retardant Treated||Size||Material||Untreated Flame Spread||Flame Safe Fire Retardant Treated|
|SOFTWOOD PLYWOOD - Exterior glue(eg)||HARDWOOD PLYWOOD|
|1/4||Douglas Fir||150||<5||1/4"||Birch-Fuma V||127||<25|
|3/8"||110-150||<5||3/4"||Birch-DF V C||114||<25|
|1/2"||130-150||<5||3/4"||Birch-High Density V C||114||<25|
|1/4"||Southern Pine||95-110||<5||3/4"||Honduras Mahogany-P C||105||<25|
|3/8"||Redwood||95||<5||1/4"||Oak-DF V core||153||<25|
|3/8"||Medium Density Fiberboard MDF||140||<25||3/16"||Particleboard||156||<25|
Particle Core - P C
Veneer Core - V C
P-board - Partcleboard
|7/16"||Oriented Strand Board OSB||127-138||0 ext 8.4|
|5/8"||86-150||0 ext 8.4|
|3/4"||74-172||0 ext 8.4|
|1-1/8"||147-158||0 ext 8.4|
ALLOWABLE SPANS AND LOADS FOR PLYWOOD AND STRUCTURAL PANELS FOR ROOF AND SUBFLOOR For ROOF and SUBFLOOR SHEATHING AND COMINATION SUBFLOOR UNDERLAYMENT *1,2,3
|Span Rating||Thickness (inch)||
Max. Span (inches) *4
Load (lbs./ sq. ft. at maximum span
Maximum Span (inches)
|with edge support||Without edge support||Total Load||Live Load|
|CD, CC Sheathing *5||
|24/0||3/8, 7/16, 1/2||24||20 *7||40||30||0|
|32/16||15/32, 1/2, 5/8||32||28||40||30||16 *8|
|48/24||23/32, 3/4, 7/8||48||36||45||35||24|
|Underlayment, C-C Plugged, Single floor *10||
|Combination Subfloor Underlayment *11|
|16 o.c.||19/32, 5/8||24||24||50||40||16 *8|
|20 o.c.||19/32/ 5/8, 3/4||32||32||40||30||20 *8,9|
|24 o.c.||23/32, 3/4||48||36||35||25||24|
|32 o.c.||7/8, 1||48||40||50||40||32|
|48 o.c.||1-3/32, 1-1/8||60||48||50||40||48|
|For SI: 1inch = 25.4mm, 1psf = 0.0479kNm
*1 The allowable loads were determined using a dead load of 10 psf. - if the dead load exceeds 10 psf, then the live load shall be reduced accordingly
*2 Panels continuous over two or more spans with long dimension perpendicular to supports. Spans shall be limited to values shown because of possible effect of concentrated loads.
*3 Applies to panels 24" or wider
*4 Lumber blocking, panel edge clips (one midway between each support, except to equally spaced between supports when span is 48 inches), tongue & groove panel edges, or other approved type of edge support
*5 Includes Structural 1 panels in these grades
*6 Uniform load deflection limitation: 1/180 of span under live load plus dead load, 1/240 of span under live load only
*7 Maximum span 24 inches for ½" panels
*8 Maximum span 24 inches where 3/4" wood finish flooring is installed at right angles to joists
*9 Maximum span 24 inches where 1-1/2" of lightweight concrete or approved cellular concrete is placed over the subfloor
*10 Unsupported edges shall have tongue & groove joints or shall be supported whith blocking unless nominal 1/4" thick underlayment or 1-1/2" of lightweight concrete or approved cellular concrete is placed over the subfloor, or 3/4" wood finish flooring is used. Allowable uniform live load at maximum span, based on deflection of 1/360 of span, is 100 psf
*11 Unsupported edges shall have tongue & groove joints or shall be supported by blocking unless nominal 1/4" thick underlayment or 3'4" wood finish flooring is used. Allowable uniform live load at maximum span, based on deflection of 1/360 of span, is 100psf, except panels with a span rating of 48 o.c. are limited to 65 psf total uniform load at maximum spdan
Fire Retardant Plywood & Fire Retardant Wood Treatments
Vacuum Pressure Impregnation and Kiln Dried After Treatment (KDAT)
Exterior fire retardant lumber ● interior fire retardant lumber ● exterior fire retardant plywood ● interior fire retardant plywood ● interior fire retardant wood specialties ● exterior fire retardant wood specialties ● exterior fire retardant timbers ● interior fire retardant timber ● architectural millwork, molding & trim ● fire retardant OSB(oriented strand board) ● fire retardant I-joists ● fire retardant particle board ● fire retardant MDF(medium density fiberboard) ●exterior fire retardant 5/8" T1-11 siding ●exterior fire retardant 3/8" T1-11 siding ● exterior fire retardant decking ● interior t1-11 ● fire retardant shingles ● fire retardant Insulation ● fire retardant treated special orders
EXTERIOR FIRE RETARDANT PLYWOOD & LUMBER
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 test for surface burning characteristics, which all exterior fire retardant lumber and plywood bearing a Class I stamp must pass, Flame Safe XT has passed the ASTM D2898 accelerated weathering (rain) test as well.
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 is 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
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 without effecting the fire rating.
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.
WARNING: All exterior flame retardant lumber and plywood is subjected to the ASTM D2898 prior to the ASTM E84 testing, any claims of having exterior flame retardant lumber or plywood without having gone through the required test procedure would be a false claim. Beware of companies who claim that their wood products have been sumitted to the ASTM D2898 procedure, because 'submission' does not mean that it has 'passed' the ASTM E84 and the ASTM D2898 tests. Their statements are false and misleading. Always ask for the complete accredited testing laboratory test reports for verification. Any doubts call 1-800-333-9197
Flame Safe Wood Products vacuum pressure impregnated fire retardant plywood, fire retardant lumber, and fire retardant wood and Flame Safe Chemical’s fire retardant products have been tested by accredited third party testing agencies. Flame Safe warrants it’s products to perform as tested and will furnish test reports upon request, in addition to those published on our web site.
In addition, Flame Safe Chemical manufactures a complete line of fire retardant coatings, fire retardant penetrants and fire retardant sprays that meet or exceed industry’s fireproofing standards. The effectiveness of Flame Safe’s fire retardant products are well documented.
The uniqueness of Flame Safe’s fire retardant products are not only their simplicity of application, their low cost, their environmental safeness, their tested, proven certifications, but most importantly they are required by code. Fire codes are written and enforced to save lives and property.
Flame Safe is dedicated to setting not merely following the fireproof industry standards through ongoing research development and testing programs. Flame Safe continually endeavors to educate the marketplace on the significance of fireproofing combustible materials through the use of fire retardant products.
FIRE PREVENTION IS THE BEST PROTECTION
|Fire is the most unpredictable and dangerous accidents that may occur in our environment. Ignition is one of the essentail fire properties of a material. The time to ignition depends of the species, moisture content, inherent variability of wood as a natural material. Once ignition has occurred, a layer of char is formed as the wood burns. The wood is converted to charcoal which has no strength.|
Uniquely, Flame Safe’s fire retardant coatings, sprays and penetrants are easily applied, colorless, non-toxic, environmentally safe, and are aqueous based fire retardants chemicals.
Flame Safe has both interior and exterior fire protection coatings, penetrants, and fire retardant sprays for wood, wood products, architectural millwork, molding and trim, lumber, plywood, wood shingles, timbers, fiberglass and plastics, fabric, theater curtains, drapes, upholstery, carpet, mattresses and bedding, wall coverings, thatch, thatching, tiki huts, paper, cardboard and packaging systems for combustible liquids. The Fire Buster™ is a fire retardant treated fabric available for commercial and residential use.
|Flame Safe's fire retardant coatings, flame retardant sprays meet building code requirements as a CLASS A fire retardant coating meeting the ASTM E84; UL 723, and NFPA 255 - Surface Burning Characteristic of Building Materials|
|UL Tested||W/N 21045||W/N 21051|
|Steinner Tunnel ASTM E84 Class A UL723, Type 1 NFPA255, Type 1|
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