Flamex Comparison Guide

ORIGINAL   NEW! ADVANTAGES
C26 blue arrow pointing right Flamex NF label
  • Pre mixed, do not dilute
  • No oily residue
  • Very low odor
  • Less likely to bleed through backdrops
  • Registered with CA & NYC Fire Marshall
S33 blue arrow pointing right Flamex SF label
  • Treats a wider variety of synthetic fabrics
  • No powder residue
  • Registered with CA & NYC Fire Marshall
W40 blue arrow pointing right Flamex WD label
  • Non-yellowing
  • Raw wood can be painted or stained after treatment
  • ASTM E84 - Class B
  • Registered with CA Fire Marshall
P50 blue arrow pointing right Flamex PA label
  • Compatible with most latex or vinyl paints
    (test before using)
  • ASTM E84 - Class A
  • ANSI 255 Class 1
  • Registered with CA & NYC Fire Marshall
New!   Flamex DF label
  • For delicate fabrics with soft drape
  • For fabrics prone to spotting or stiffening
  • For fabrics prone to powdering
  • Registered with CA & NYC Fire Marshall
New!   Flamex PC label
  • Best for paper and unwaxed cardboard
  • Less likely to yellow paper
  • Perfects for Props artisans and "junk" sets
  • Registered with CA & NYC Fire Marshall

 

DO NOT COMBINE OLD FLAMEX PRODUCTS WITH NEW FLAMEX PRODUCTS

Refer to Product Datasheets and technical specifications for full product details,
application methods, coverage and cautions.