An insurance-driven fire upgrade to achieve an ignition barrier solution to the exposed existing PU foam insulation on this large Melbourne cold storage warehouse facility was required.
A number of existing timber clad buildings close to low level bushland were required upgrading to reduce any chance of ignition and flame spread to the existing timber cladding.
The US National Hot Rod association required an urgent solution to protect carbon fibre car bodies and combustible components. The Temprotex F1ER break-through technology now protects these surfaces from ignition and flame spread.
Fiberglass bonnets were identified as an ignition and flame spread risk on underground vehicle builds for this NSW mine site.
Pine joists and pine lining boards required to be used in conjunction with compliant timbers and decking boards to meet BAL29 compliance on a large decking area.
Fire upgrade requirements meant that the existing cottage did not meet the Bushfire resisting timber requirements. A solution to retain existing timbers was sought.
A number of heritage properties in Sydney required upgrading to meet current code requirements. Many structures did not comply with the proximity to boundary requirements.
Residential apartment complex clad in a thermally modified timber was required to meet the updated external timber cladding requirements, specified by local Perth Authorities.
F1E on Abodo Vulcan (TMT Pine Radiata) – within 1m of a boundary – Type A.