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Homemade Flame retardant
Not sure what I can be liable for. Although I did make a mistake and referenced a product from Rosco called Flamex PA, not Flamex PF.Perhaps you should be more concerned about another company operating in the FR space with a product with an almost identical name than trying to bully people who write instructables. I took a look at your vague MSDS and based on the decomposition products, I think I have a pretty good idea what your "proprietary" materials are. Perhaps I need to upgrade this instructable to use a similar water soluble material.Below is a link to Flamex PA MSDSrosco.com/technotes/scenic/msds/flamex/MSDS_RoscoFl...
BTW Rosco Flamex PA comes up in a search at the top of the page,National Fire does not, I had to go to the bottom of the page to find your product. Also Rosco's MSDS was published almost a year earlier than yours.
Not sure what I can be held liable for although I did make mistake and referenced a product fro Rosco called Flamex PA that DOES contain Ammonium Bromide. Perhaps you should be more concerned about another company operating in the FR space with an almost identical product name than about trying to bully people who write instructables.http://www.instructables.com/pages/search/search.jsp?cx=partner-pub-1783560022203827%3Anpr2q7v5m6t&cof=FORID%3A11&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=orange+board
Not sure where you got your information from but our Flamex PF does NOT contain bromides! Don't post things that you're not sure of since you may be held liable. - Natfire
Not sure were you got your information but our Flamex PF does NOT contain ammonium bromide! A flame retardant that contains bromides are considered toxic. You should not post things you're not sure because you may be held liable. - NationalF
Not sure were you got your information but our Flamex PF does NOT contain ammonium bromide! Brominated products are considered toxic. You should not post things you're not sure because you may be held liable. - NationalF
FYI...when I applied this to our curtains at our school and the fire inspector showed up, he said that this was not acceptable unless it was tested by a laboratory with a copy of the test report. So, I wound up purchasing a fire retardant called Flamex PF which worked better than this formula and was accepted for code.
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