Keep Building Fires from Spreading with No Burn

Sept. 1, 2008

The editorial staff rates No Burn of California's No Burn product line

No Burn fire retardants/reactants

(Based on a 5-star scale)

No Burn of California—a Rowland Heights, CA-based company that's owned by former senior-level building code and regulatory executives—offers advanced, effective technology for protecting property and building occupants. No Burn's line of fire retardants/reactants helps keep a building and its assets from catching fire; the line is made up of products that can be used on specific surfaces (wood, drywall, furniture, carpet, etc.) to protect any kind of commercial/institutional structure.

The No Burn line allows facilities professionals to protect their buildings starting from the inside, safeguarding the bones of the building with No Burn Wood Gard (a Class-A fire retardant) and No Burn Wood Gard Mih (a dual-action Class-A fire retardant and toxic black mold growth inhibitor). Next comes the interior of the structure with No Burn Plus (a Class-A intumescing fire reactant) and No Burn Plus Mih (a dual-action product that serves as a fire reactant and a toxic black mold growth inhibitor), which are used as primers or paints. Lastly, protection for interior furnishings and fabrics is available with No Burn Fabric Fire Gard (a clear liquid).

Another positive note: Several major lenders and insurance companies offer discounts to developers who have structures fully treated with No Burn products.

For more information, visit www.noburnca.com.

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