is designed to be applied directly to grease ducts and
hoods, and to permit zero clearance to adjacent combustible
materials. The blanket content may be either refractory
ceramic fibers (RCF) or body soluble insulation fibers
(CMS). Flameshield systems have been
fire-tested using both fiber contents and this selection
is normally left to the customer. Both blanket types are
very flexible and possess high tensile strength for ease
Blanket systems are normally a two-layer installation.
FSB is available unfaced, faced one
side with scrim-reinforced aluminum foil, or encapsulated.
Unlike competitive systems, the Flameshield
facings are glued to the blanket core with high temperature
adhesive applied at the time of product fabrication
in our plant.
Blanket does not degrade over time from normal
use. The blanket’s properties are unaffected by
casual water, once the product has been dried in place.
The facing adhesive, once dry after initial manufacture,
is not soluble in water.
Blanket meets NFPA Standard 96; is classified
by Underwriters Laboratories and Omega Point Laboratories;
and has been evaluated by SBCCI, BOCA and ICBO Model