After a close call in the black summer fires, property owners utilised the Fireshell F1E as part of their risk reduction solution to protect existing timber weatherboards and exposed timbers on their South Coast property.
Living quarters and shed. Bal29 compliance requirement whilst using traditional pine weatherboards.
As part of a risk reduction upgrade by Sydney Trains on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, exposed timbers were required to be coated with an exterior grade water-based fire retardant coating to reduce the risk of ignition and flame spread.
FrontLine Fire and Rescue Equipment were contracted to carry out fire safety upgrade works for bushfire response trucks in WA. Combustible components needed to be coated to reduce the risk of ignition and flame spread. This reduces the chances of failure points or ignition sources in the event of burn over or exposure to high levels of radiant heat, ember attack and direct flame.
Joists bearers, stair stringers and veranda posts on this large WA residential build were required to comply with a BAL29.
Fireshell F1E was applied to timber noise barrier walls for a motorway extension project in Queanbeyan ACT.
FIRESHELL F1E was specified as part of the VIC schools upgrade program to mitigate bushfire risk on external timbers on schools throughout the state.
Existing Weatherboards needed to be reclassified as BAL29 in property upgrade.
NASCAR has announced new updates in hopes of further combating the issue of fires on the Next Gen cars. High-risk areas to be coated with Temprotex F1ER to mitigate ignition risk.