Fire Retardant Polythene (also refered to as Flame Retardant Polythene) is a temporary screening protection material widely used for internal and external building tasks as its ideal for covering, draping or hanging over furniture and surfaces, creating temporary dust screens.
Flame retardant polythene sheeting is available from Industrial Polythene in 4m x 25m rolls and the polythene can be cut to size to provide quick and effective protection from dust, dirt and other hazards. We can also provide flame retardant sheeting in different thicknesses ranging from 275 guage to more robust, heavy-duty films of 800 guage and above.
To create a flame retardant polythene sheeting, the polythene is uniquely manufactured to provide a high degree of fire resistance and flame retardancy, while also providing the usual benefits and strengths of a typical protective polythene sheet.
Whether for use on construction sites or when carrying out building and decorating work, flame retardant films are ideal for protecting your building, furniture and other items from fire and dust. Furthermore, their large size makes them ideal for draping, screening, covering or hanging, making them quick and easy to install.
Flame retardant polythene films have a wide range of applications. These applications include:
Protection from potential fire damage
Reduce risk of losses from fires
Screening off areas during commercial construction
Temporary dust screen for protecting furniture
Temporary dust screen for surface protection
Temporary dust screen for covering floors
Easy to cut to shape
Lighter in weight than other building materials
Can be used to create a temporary dust screen
The Loss Prevention Standard is the performance standard for approving protective materials used internally whilst buildings undergo refurbishment or construction.
Current legislation requires that commercial buildings, non-domestic and multi-occupancy premises in England and Wales complete a fire risk assessment carried out under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. This specialist fire retardant polythene can help to contribute towards your fire risk assessment, ensuring your building, inhabitants and items remain safe and protected.