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Fully Authorised Engineers and installation Technicians
of the Spray Foam Insulation System
Gloucestershire ,Worcestershire and Wiltshire Area Also covering the whole off the South West
Classic Foam Spray o Fire Retardant
Reclaim Offer a full line of spray foam insulation products in Gloucester and the South West , and all spray foam insulation products are guaranteed to perform as specified for the life of the building.
Any spray foam insulation product can be used in both commercial and residential applications, including new construction and renovations. However, some products are better suited for particular climates and particular project goals.
Reclaim are fully trained,qualified and licensed insulation Engineers
Classic Foam Spray o Fire Retardant GLOUCESTER
The impressive product range is Classic Plus “O”. Classic Plus“O” is a class 0 fire rated spray foam insulation that has also achieved a best in class surface spread of flame of class 1 ( test range class 1 best to class 4 worst). Utilising a special intumescent coating has achieved certification to BS EN 476 Part 6 & 7 in addition to achieving Class 0 in accordance with approved Documents B “Fire Safety” To the Building Regulations 2000.
Classic Plus “O” is an insulating system with excellent fire resistant properties. It complies with the requirements for a Class 0 surface as defined in Paragraph A12(b) of Approved Document B ‘Fire Safety’, to the Building Regulations 200. It has a Class 1 surface spread of flame when tested to BS476 Part 7 1997; when tested to BS476 Part 6 1989 the material achieved a fire propagation index (I) of not more than 12 and subindex (i1) of not more than 6.
This allows the application of Classic Plus “O” to areas and buildings that require a Class 0 fire rated product and Class 1 Surface Spread of flame such as concrete Soffits and floor slabs and allows for the foam to be left exposed in many types of residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural buildings without the need for additional fire retardant measures