Firecheck™ is a simple, easy to use, fire retardant spray for both fabrics and natural timber.

Protect your fabrics, paper and timber from fire with our Firecheck™ and Timbercheck flame retardant products. Firecheck™ products can effectively limit fire damage and spread on many natural and synthetic materials.

Firecheck™ Flame Retardant Spray for Fabrics and Paper

Protect your fabrics and paper from fire with our Firecheck™ flame retardant spray. It's designed for use on artwork and in any location where open flames are often near fabrics. This makes it especially suitable for theatres – protecting drapes, costumes, scenery, etc. – and for high-end restaurants which place candles at tables or serve tableside flambés.

This spray treats the surface of the fabric or paper. When heat is applied, the treated surface forms an inert, carbonised shield — reflecting heat away and preventing the gasses which support and fuel combustion from escaping. The result is a surface which is radically more resistant to fire.

Firecheck™ is available in four different options, from a simple spray bottle through to a 25 litre drum. If you're uncertain which option is most suitable for your location, please contact us for expert advice.

Timbercheck — For Timber

Working in wooden structures means taking steps to minimise the risk of fire. Firecheck's Timbercheck product is designed to do just this. Treating timber with Timbercheck effectively reduces spread of flame to Class 0 as laid out in BSL 476: Part 7: 1987.

In addition to this, Timbercheck achieves a reduction to Class 1 on plywood.

This effective and cost-effective treatment is suitable for wooden structures including sheds, shelters, fences, sculptures and more. It can also be useful for treating the unpainted sides of theatre flats and other temporary wooden fixtures in or around your workplace or home.

Firecheck's spray treats the surface of the material. It forms an inert, carbonised shield under heat, which both reflects heat away and prevents the gasses which fuel combustion from escaping the wood.

This means that the timber will be much less likely to ignite and that any fire which starts will take much longer to spread. It's ideal for both increased safety and a better chance to minimise any fire damage and salvage the better part of the structure even if a fire starts,

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