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FORD M5J64F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M5J67F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M434F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M5J66F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M5J65F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M5J99AF - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M5J79F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M5J99BF - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M454F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M313F - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat.

FORD M5J100-A - FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
September 1, 1991 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The materials desired under this standard are intumescent paints which are actively fire-retardant; will not support combustion, retard the spread of lames, and actively insulate the painted surfaces against the transmission of heat. M-313F -Factory Dado Green M-5J65F...

Flame Retardant Polymer Nanocomposites
January 1, 2007 - WILEY

A comprehensive overview of nanocomposites and the effects of nanocomposite formation on fire retardant systems Flame Retardant Polymer Nanocomposites draws extensively from current work and research in the field to provide a detailed look at polymer nanocomposites for flame...

NFPA 703 - Standard for Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood and Fire-Retardant Coatings for Building Materials
January 1, 2021 - NFPA

This standard provides criteria for defining and identifying fire-retardant-treated wood and fire-retardant-coated building materials.

FORD SB3-2 - COVERALLS - FLAME RETARDANT
July 1, 1988 - FORD

1. SCOPE: This standard describes the minimum requirements for flame retardant coveralls.

ASTM D3806-98(2016) - Standard Test Method of Small-Scale Evaluation of Fire-Retardant Paints (2-Foot Tunnel Method)
December 1, 2016 - ASTM International

3.1 A number of laboratory procedures are used to evaluate the effectiveness of fire-retardant and fire-resistant treatments and coatings. In general, these methods measure the three stages of fire development: (1) ignition; (2) flame spread (rate of growth of the...

DIN EN 16755 - Durability of reaction to fire performance - Classes of fire-retardant treated wood products in interior and exterior end use applications
December 1, 2017 - DIN

This European Standard describes the characteristics for fire-retardant treated wood products. NOTE 1 It is based on maintaining performance undiminished throughout the desired service life in the anticipated conditions of use. The European Standard prescribes the classification...

ASTM D3806-98(2011) - Standard Test Method of Small-Scale Evaluation of Fire-Retardant Paints (2-Foot Tunnel Method)
June 1, 2011 - ASTM International

A number of laboratory procedures are used to evaluate the effectiveness of fire-retardant and fire-resistant treatments and coatings. In general, these methods measure the three stages of fire development: (1) ignition; (2) flame spread (rate of growth of the...

ASTM D6841-21 - Standard Practice for Calculating Design Value Treatment Adjustment Factors for Fire-Retardant-Treated Lumber
June 1, 2021 - ASTM International

1.1 This practice covers procedures for calculating adjustment factors that account for the effects of fire-retardant treatment on design properties of lumber. The adjustment factors calculated in accordance with this practice are to be applied to design values for untreated lumber in...

ASTM D3806-98(2004) - Standard Test Method of Small-Scale Evaluation of Fire-Retardant Paints (2-Foot Tunnel Method)
June 1, 2004 - ASTM International

A number of laboratory procedures are used to evaluate the effectiveness of fire-retardant and fire-resistant treatments and coatings. In general, these methods measure the three stages of fire development: (1) ignition; (2) flame spread (rate of growth of the...

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