FireMax Fire-Resistant Curtains and Blankets
As a result of the increased need for protection in high-temperature applications, BlastTac® has partnered with CarbonX®, a leading provider of fire-resistant fabric, to create FireMax fire resistant curtains. FireMax is applicable to any of our series across the BlastTac line for additional high-temperature, fire, chemical and also arc flash protection.
FireMax is truly non-flammable because our custom woven fabric will not burn, melt, or ignite. Our fabric is also lightweight, flexible, odor-resistant and fire-resistant. Due to a patented EPIC encapsulated barrier of silicone, FireMax fire resistant curtains and blankets are also water resistant and durable in harsh weather conditions. Similarly, FireMax sheds molten metal, flammable liquids and other molten substances. Consumers can also re-use them even after direct flame and extreme heat exposure.
For exclusively fire protection, FireMax now offers its own line of FM Series thermal curtains and blankets. The FM Series also uses Shield X® technology, which provides an additional thermal barrier. Another feature of FireMax is that the thermal protection properties will not wash out or wear away.
FireMax is tested and certified to ASTM and NFPA standards at Chesapeake Testing in Maryland. BlastTac also offers a variety of standard features as well as custom engineered designs including:
- Arc Flash Protection
- Patented Epic™ Encapsulation
- Excellent Durability
- Monolithic Performance
- Easy Clean
- Custom Made to Size
- Engineered to Specification
- Internal Testing to Specification
- Independent Lab Testing
- Chemical Resistance
Furthermore, field tests prove that FireMax is also capable of surviving heat and flame exposure for up to 20 times longer than competitor products. FireMax fabric is also durable because it will continue to protect without melting, dripping or burning.
The BlastTac Line
We engineer the BlastTac line using U.S. Military grade materials. BlastTac blast curtains and blast blankets are easy to use because they are flexible, lightweight and also easily transportable. They are manufactured at Breton Industries, a U.S. Military Contractor located in Amsterdam, NY operating since 1949.
This is Fireproof, this is FireMax.