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Flame Seal – TB™ Thermal Barrier for Polyurethane Foam Insulation Successfully Passes the UL-1715 Room Fire Test
Flame Seal-TB™ contains no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and is easily applied with airless spray equipment, brush or roller.

September, 2008 - Houston, TX - After years of dedicated research, Flame Seal Products, Inc. is pleased to introduce the first thin film paint-on thermal barrier for polyurethane foam insulation to successfully pass the UL-1715 Room Fire Test: Flame Seal – TB™

The fifteen minute, closed room test was conducted by Intertek Laboratories using a single coat (18 mils) of the Flame Seal Thermal Barrier (Flame Seal-TB™) applied by roller to the urethane foam insulated walls and ceiling.

Specialty Products, Inc. (SPI) of Lakewood, Wash. is proud to be a part of this groundbreaking innovation as the exclusive distributor of Flame Seal-TB™. SPI a 34 year manufacturer and distributor of polyurethane foam and polymer coatings, recognizes this development as a significant advancement for the urethane foam industry.
President of Specialty Products, Inc., Dan Helton had this to say: "The ability to provide an effective, affordable, and easily applied thermal barrier over spray foam insulation, allows us to offer a major value-added enhancement to an already growing demand for energy savings".

Flame Seal-TB™ contains no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and is easily applied with airless spray equipment, brush or roller; eliminating the need for expensive application equipment and providing the building owner with an aesthetically pleasing form of fire protection.

To learn more please contact us:
Specialty Products, Inc.
ISO 9001 Certified

Cliff Haskins
V.P. Marketing and Sales
Specialty Products, Inc.
2410 - 104th St. Ct. S., Suite D
Lakewood, WA 98499
(800) 627-0773
(253) 588-7101


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