FS-IB™ Ignition Barrier is a single component, water-based latex coating for use as an ignition barrier over interior Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) insulation. FS-IB™ uses intumescent technology to protect SPF from flame source impingement. FS-IB™ is designed specifically as a protective coating over spray foam insulation in non-occupied areas, such as crawl spaces and uninhabited attics in both residential and commercial structures. The product has been tested successfully under the AC 377, Appendix X test method. FS-IB™ is fast drying and easy to use with standard commercial airless spray equipment.
How to Buy?
All foams to are tested to the AC 377.
Foam Brands Foam Types Wet Mills Coverage Rate (Per Gal)
|ACCELLA BAYSEAL||Open Cell||8||200 sq.ft.|
|BASF ENERTITE||Open Cell||7||250 sq.ft.|
|Creative Polymers Airlok 45||Open Cell||6||300 sq.ft.|
|Demilec Sealection 500||Open Cell||6||300 sq.ft.|
|Lapolla FL500||Open Cell||6||300 sq.ft.|
|SWD QUIK SHIELD 106||Open Cell||6||300 sq.ft.|
|SWD QUIK SHIELD 108||Open Cell||6||300 sq.ft.|
For the application instructions please visit http://www.flameseal.com/training/
Dynamic At The Gun Tip Size
Ultra Max II 795/1095
When To Spray An Ignition Barrier?
If a home has spray foam insulation in an attic or crawl space, the building code requires using materials or assemblies that offer some fire resistance but not as much as is required for a thermal barrier. If you have spray foam insulation in an attic, for example, it’s probably already separated from the living space by a thermal barrier. Most ceilings are made of 1/2″ drywall. But the spray foam is still exposed to the attic and needs an ignition barrier.