Fire retardant INWOOD Fire B is used for new andreconstructed structures – for timber (laths, boards,rafters, beams, etc.) processing, thus guaranteeing that wood becomes poorly combustible or poorly inflammable. Fire retardant INWOOD Fire B is also used for the preventive wood anti-fire protection processing inenclosed building structures that are not directly exposed to precipitation impact (indoors). Fire retardant INWOOD Fire B can be overlaid (overspread) with other types of
coating (varnish, paints) to improve the wood exterior finish. The mechanism of impact of the Fire retardantINWOOD Fire B – a film-forming coating is created on a wooden surface; this film coating under the influence of flame turns
into dry foam layer and prevents flame access to a wooden surface. Non-toxic, does not containpolybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE). Does not reduce the strength of the wood. After completion of work, toolsshall be washed with plenty of
water (especially aluminumparts). Fire safety class B-s1, d0.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Fire retardant INWOOD Fire B shall be applied on a wooden surface with
a brush, roller or a sprayer (2-4 times) with an interval between the applications (treatments) not less than 6 hours, or wooden parts shall be soaked
into baths (basins, tanks, etc.) within time interval from 2 to 24 hours. Consumption makes up 300 – 360 ml/m2 (depending on the type of wood, moisture, surface smoothness, etc.).
During processing, the temperature shall be not lowerthan +5 °C, the humidity of the wood before processing shall be 18%. Store in an airtight container for 24 months. Do not freeze.
See the date of manufacture on the packaging.
FIRE SAFETY CLASS. B-s1,d0, LVS EN13501- 1+A1:2010
(thickness of wood shall be not less than 25 mm).
Operating temperature: During treatment, the temperature shall
be not lower than +5 °C, relative air humidity not higher than 70%.
Higher temperature will have a positive impact on the impregnation of wood. WORK SAFETY
Wood treatment process shall be performed outdoors or in well-ventilated premises, using protective equipments(rubber gloves, protective goggles, work clothes).