No Fire Technology is in the business of stopping a fire before it starts. The compounds are extraordinarily unique because they’re engineered as a proactive solution rather than the usual approach of reactive response. The compounds AB-238, AB-525, and NP-841 are proprietary products that also significantly mitigate thermal heat transfer.
Thermal Barriers is a long and diverse subject. They can be made from anything fibrous. A simple thermal barrier may consist of the use of a combination of Meta Aramid filaments, wood substrates, cloth materials, and other permeable materials.
However, a combination of materials, thickness, even exotic metals, and ceramics can be engaged with profound results when using No Fire Technology compounds. As you can tell this subject is deep, imaginative, and continually experimental.
Ex. Spray or soak cotton strips to wrap around header pipes where the most extreme heat emanates from under the hood. Some have used soaked cotton as a thermal barrier under the hood itself. Also can be used on wood that is sprayed, brushed on, or soaked then layered with treated cotton material.
The use of No Fire Technology’s proprietary compound AB-238 will significantly retard fire from igniting and mitigate thermal heat transfer for unprecedented levels of time.
The compound can be sprayed, brushed on or soaked. What’s important is to have the compound thoroughly permeate the material and let cure as per instructions for optimal performance.
Re-treating your racing uniform can be done by spraying or soaking and curing 24 hours.
All of No Fire Technology’s compounds developed are non-toxic, biodegradable and safe to the skin.
The specifically engineered compounds are excellent for use in new construction. These compounded products can be used on wood and work exceptionally well on wallboard as well.
The decking compounds are specially formulated and particularly well suited for use on wood decking. Apply by spraying, brushing on or with a paint roller.
The targeted compounds will improve most materials’ performance and is especially advantageous for use on fibrous and permeable materials.
AB-238 has been deployed for over a decade and is a patented proprietary product.
All of the compounds exceed E84 levels of performance and above.
AB-238, AB-525, and NP-841 were invented by the founder of No Fire Technology over a decade ago. The development process was over 3 years with several years of thorough field testing in stages. This process yielded these complex targeted formulations and advanced compounding.
In excess of 3,590.5 Degrees Fahrenheit
Here are some uses however not all are contained in this FAQ.
Carpets near fire like fireplaces, kitchens, curtains, upholstery, water heater area, wood siding, decking, wood roofing, new construction, all wood framing, wallboard, fencing, barns, BBQ area, cooking aprons, cloth hot plates, wood hot plates, cooking pan holders, cooking mitts, BBQ mitts, near HVAC units, plywood, on insulation, clothing, costumes, shoes, pants, shirts, jackets, sweaters, it’s nearly endless.
Currently, there are more expanded domestic uses being developed, including being required on wallboard in all fire exits, professional fire fighting apparel, aviation, aerospace programs, and the military in the future.
Here are some automotive uses but certainly not all are included here.
Headers, exhaust systems, under hoods, floor insulation, carpets, upholstery, door panels, and other areas of heat build up.
There has been compound stored for 10 Years in the laboratories. However, if sealed it will last indefinitely.
Out of weather and the elements, indefinitely.
In weather, like decking should be treated yearly to maintain maximum performance levels.
The compound will last indefinitely as long as it’s not subjected to copious amounts of water and heavily agitated for significantly long durations.
Every time you either wash or dry clean.
There are 19 chemicals from the periodic table amalgamated, blended, and annealed to form this highly complex formulation.
Each is compounded and specifically engineered for the targeted materials to be engaged by the product.
Yes, paint can be applied over the compound after its cured. Just paint over the compound as normal.
Yes, you can mix the compound with latex paint.
Yes, you can apply the compound over a painted or oil-based surface. However, to acquire the maximum level of performance it’s highly recommended to treat the substrates prior to those finishes. Even if you treat the substrates after the painted finish the compound will still enhance the overall defense against ignition by fire and mitigate thermal heat transfer better than without any treatment of that substrate.
Fire can be stopped.
Absolutely nothing publically known has, can, or will completely stop radiant or thermal heat transfer at this time.
Think about the difficulty of this, metals will not, a rock will not, space shuttle tiles will not, ice will not an unequivocally, even water will not.
The only possibility that is publically known at this time and remotely available from science is to mitigate the radiant or thermal heat transfer and the molecular radiant or thermal heat expansion rate on a nano level.
(NFT laboratories are continually developing other theoretical hypotheses and experiments to completely stop thermal transfer with various levels of success. These are very complex in detail and wide-ranging. The various systems are unavailable for discussion at this time)