Barrier Technology

26 September 2008

Another Multi-family Townhome Project Uses Blazeguard!

Jim Dukart, Barrier's National Sales Manager, visited a townhome project last week that chose Blazeguard Fire Rated Sheathing to meet their fire code requirements. He captured some great shots of our product in the installation phase. A case study has been developed to showcase this use of Blazeguard as a sales tool for future multi-family roof deck projects.

Blazeguard installed on (4) feet of either side of a party wall.

Click here to view the complete case study and stayed tuned for future examples of Blazeguard being used in actual multi-family, commercial modular, structural insulated panel, and California wild fire applications.Fire rated sheathing, fire rated osb, fire rated plywood, multi-family construction, small cap, otcbb, ibtgf, barrier, blazeguard, mycoguard, fire-rated paint, intumescent paint, mold resistant, mildew resistant, fire-retardant plywood, frt, sips, fire rated structurally insulated panels, fire rated wall assemblies, fire rated commercial modular roofing, fire rated modular home construction, green building products, LEED, electrical panel backer board, SIPs; wildfire protection, forest fire protection; non combustible exterior wall sheathing, ignition resistant exterior wall sheathing, ignition resistant eaves; non combustible eaves; ignition resistant soffets; non combustible soffets; ESR-1365; WUI approved/listed; California state fire marshal approved building materials


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Barrier develops, manufactures, and markets proprietary fire resistant building materials designed to help protect people and property from the destruction of fire. Barrier's award-winning BlazeguardĀ® structural wood panels exceed International Building Code requirements in every targeted fire test and application. BlazeguardĀ® is coated with Barrier's patented, non-toxic, non-combustible Pyrotite formulation, which releases water when exposed to the heat of fire.