Flame Safe USA
CALL US: 1-800-333-9197
Ph: 817-740 -9197
2650 Warfield Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76106
Fire Retardant wood, fire retardant plywood, fire retardant lumber, millworks, wood specialties, I-Joists, MDF, OSB, particle board, T-111, fire retardant timbers Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Waco, Odessa, Laredo, Brownsville, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Amarillo, Shreveport, Tulsa, Oklahoma , Dallas, , Plano, Frisco, Dallas County, Tarrant County, Abilene
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Timber refers to the wood of cut trees and prepared for the construction industry. There are two main types of timber, hardwood and softwood. These terms are not an indication of the hardness of particular timbers. There are many hardwoods that are softer and lighter than some softwoods. Softwoods come from coniferious (cone-bearing) trees such as pines, spruces and Douglas fir. The hardwoods are from the broadleaf trees such as eucalypts, balsa and oaks.
ASTM E84 Class A, UL 723 Type 1, NFPA 255, UBC 8-1, Fire Retardant Timber
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR FIRE RETARDANT TIMBERS - S4S OR ROUGH SAWN AVAILABLE BY SPECIAL ORDER
Dimensions up to 12" x 24" - Lengths up to 32'
Ft Worth, Dallas, Austin, Houston, TX, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Shreveport, Montgomery, Alabama; Phoenix, Arizona; Los Angeles, California; San Francisco, California; Denver, Colorado; Bridgeport, CT; Washington DC; Miami, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Honolulu, Hawaii; Boise, Idaho; Chicago, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; Des Moines. Iowa; Kansas City, Kansas; New Orleans, Louisiana; Baltimore, Maryland; Boston, Massachusetts; Detroit, Michigan; Jackson, Mississippi; Newark, NJ; Santa Fe, New Mexico; New York City, New York; Fayetteville, NC; Bismark, North Dakota; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Portland, Oregon; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Providence, RI; Charleston, South Carolina; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Memphis, Tennessee; Salt Lake City, Utah; Richmond, VA; Seattle, Washington; Charleston, WV; Green Bay, Wisconsin; Jackson, Wyoming; Jacksonville, FL; Key West, FL; Orlando, FL; Panama City, FL; Pensacola, FL; St. Petersburg, FL; Sarasota, Florida; Tampa, Fl; West Palm Beach, FL; Clearwater, Fl; South Beach, FL; Daytona Beach, FL; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Fort Meyers, FL, Fort Walton Beach, FL; Gainesville, FL
When exposed to elevated temperatures the mechanical properties of Flame Safe's flame retardant timber offer significant advantages over other structural alternatives:
Flame Safe's fire retardant treated (FRT) timber forms a self insulating char layer, (intumescence) which provides protection for the unburned portion
Flame Safe's FRT timber, columns, and beams do not expand appreciatively when heated and retain a substantial amount of strength when exposed to extreme temperature levels and flame that commonly occur in building fires.