ES/VFR Fire Retardant Paint for Wood
Fire protection doesn't have to compromise your building's appearance...
Envirograf ES/VFR fire retardant paints provide Class0 /Class1 protection to interior and exterior woodwork.
Tested and approved by testing bodies, airport authorities and leading retailers throughout the world, Envirograf ES/VFR is used by the building and construction industry, cabinet makers, shop fitting and display joinery manufacturers for public and private installations.
ES/VFR products can be applied to all types of interior and exterior wood including; bamboo, hardwood, softwood, veneer, MDF, and melamine boards.
It is available in ready-mixed white and clear or can be tinted to any colour from any trade, professional or DIY colour card. You can apply ES/VFR coatings just as you would any other paint, using a brush, roller or spray.
ES/VFR products are designed to upgrade new and existing wood to comply with both UK and European Fire Regulations. Envirograf's ES/VFR fire resistant paint system gives wooden surfaces Class 0 or Class 1 spread of flame protection.
Achieving Class 0 or Class 1 Protection
To achieve Class 0 protection, two coats of ES/VFR paint at 12-15m2per litre must be applied,
For Class 1 protection, apply 1 coat.
A protective top coat must be applied over ES/VFR paint to guarantee durability and fire protection.
ES/VFR Primer - water-based fire retardant primer for interior and exterior wood
A water based primer which provides a first class foundation for Envirograf's ES/VFR fire retardant coating. ES/VFR primer provides good adhesion, high opacity and grain filling properties.
ES/VFR primer is needed when coating surfaces which have previous coatings of wax, paint or varnish and when coating untreated Oak.
This product MUST be overcoated with a protective Interior or Exterior topcoat to increase its lifetime and guarantee fire protection.
FIRE TESTING and PERFORMANCE
ES/VFR and QVFR coatings have had numerous tests on many surfaces to meet BS476 Part 6 (1989) Spread of Flame and BS476 Part 7 (1989) Spread of Flame.
Complies with Classification B/S1/d0 of European Standard EN13501 Parts EN13823 (2002) single burn test (SBI) and EN11925-2 (2002) ignitability.