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North American Lumber Producers can Now Defend Inventories from Fire Loss With Mighty Fire Breaker’s Fire Inhibitor MFB-31, The Safe Choice

MFB-31 Safely and Cost-Effectively Defends Lumber Inventories
Lumber mills and yards can easily spray the sides and tops, under and between unwrapped units of lumber with MFB-31 using backpack spray cannons. There is no need to fully saturate the wood.

Class A Fire Rated
Independent laboratory testing has confirmed that MFB-31 achieves Class A with ASTM E84 extended testing. It is noncorrosive and will not harm wood fiber strength. And our formula with biocide provides mold protection.

Onsite Training
Mighty Fire Breaker provides onsite training to teach your staff how to blend and spray our innovative fire inhibitor that may also reduce your risk premiums.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • The ASTM E84 (often referred to as just “E84”) is the standard test method for assessing the surface burning characteristics of building products. The purpose of this test is to observe the flame spread along with a sample in order to determine the relative burning behavior of its material.

  • What "Class A Fire Rated" means and why it matters. As the name states, this rating pertains to how well a particular wallcovering performs in the event of smoke or fire. While a wallcovering will certainly burn, if it has a rating of Class A, that means that it reduces how quickly the fire spreads. There are three classifications, A through C.
    ASTM E 84. Standard test method for surface burning characteristics of of building materials. The flame spread Index and Smoke Developed Index values obtained by the ASTM E 84. test are used by code officials and regulatory agencies in the acceptance of interior finish. materials for various applications.

    Furthermore, what does class A flame spread rating mean? Flame-spread, used to describe the surface burning characteristics of building materials, is one of the most tested fire performance properties of a material. The most commonly used flame-spread classifications are: Class I or A, with a 0-25 FSR; Class II or B with a 26-75 FSR; and Class III or C with a 76-200 FSR.

  • No it's a Fire Inhibitor called MFB-31.

  • Greenguard Gold products emit lower VOCs than standard Greenguard products. In 2005, this certification was developed as the Greenguard Children and Schools Certification Program, certifying products for daycares, schools, and hospitals. In 2011, the name was changed to Greenguard Gold for a broader appeal.

    Though children are more sensitive to chemicals, some adults may also need extra protection. Children breathe in a greater volume of air than adults, making them more sensitive to the effects of air pollution. Their organs and immune systems are in a developing stage. They can’t fight chemical pollutants as well as healthy adults.

  • It's a clean safe chemistry and our ingredients are in used food so it's safe around humans and animals and will not hurt the environment.

  • We would hope you would get a Reduction because you reduced your insurance providers risk too.

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