Flame Control Flame Retardant paints, varnishes, and mastics have been tested in accordance with UL and ASTM standards. Our class A and B rated coatings comply with federal, state, and local building and fire codes. These coatings are designed to retard the spread of flames and reduce heat penetration through the use of intumescent technologies.
TemperKote Heat Resistant products represent the very latest in high temperature coating technologies. With their color stable properties, they provide a protective and decorative finish to metal surfaces up to 1500 degrees. Extensive corrosion testing has been performed on our industry-leading primers and topcoats to give you the confidence that your substrate will be protected against corrosion and weathering.
Our team also can provide the technical assistance and recommendations necessary to ensure you have the right coating for the job.
A chemical additive formulated into either the A-side or B-side which creates bubbles that are trapped in the polyurethane as it solidifies to form foam cells. The gas produced from the blowing agent contributes to over 97% of the volume of polyurethane foam. The blowing agent can be physical or reactive in nature. The physical blowing agents (for example, liquid fluorocarbon) vaporize with the heat of the polyurethane reaction, where a reactive blowing agent (for example, water) reacts with one of the other chemicals in the formulation to produce a gas during the reaction (for example, water and isocyanate yields carbon dioxide).
SPFA believes that the path to a healthful, safe, high-quality and performing SPF installation travels through the hands of a knowledgeable, trained, experienced, and ideally PCP-certified professional contractor.