SMARTER FIRE DEFENSE.
LIVE PATENT-PROTECTED GPS TRACKING AND MAPPING OF PROACTIVELY-DEFENDED HOMES, CLEAN-CHEMISTRY WILD FIRE BREAKS AND PROTECTION ZONES
The Mighty Fire Breaker™ Tracked and mapped communitywide Wildfire Defense System sets out to Reduce Risk of Loss for the Insurance Industry, Hoping to Reduce Homeowner Premiums
Our engineered wildfire defense systems defend 24/7, 12 months of every year to reduce risk for the insurance industry, which today is promoting private firefighters who arrive just in time to spray a retardant foam or gel that not only make a mess but is only effective while wet. We GPS track and map each system to verify what has been defended where and when, as we set out to defend over 10,000 homes in the near future.
Steve Conboy, a California resident and nationally recognized award winning early fire elimination expert, is spreading the word to the USDA, EPA, President Biden, cabinet officials, and Western governors, letting them know about Mighty Fire Breaker’s safe, sensible chemistry that has harnessed American innovation and the power of nature to bring proactive wildfire defense to communities. Mighty Fire Breaker™ Locked-N-Loaded Wildfire Defense Systems are equipped with Mighty Fire Breaker® MFB-31 with Citrotech,™ an environmentally friendly fire inhibitor containing exclusively food grade ingredients, making it safe for humans and pets too. MFB-31 is long lasting and doesn’t require any cleanup.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is ASTM E 84?
The ASTM E84 (often referred to as just “E84”) is the standard test method for assessing the surface burning characteristics of building products. The purpose of this test is to observe the flame spread along with a sample in order to determine the relative burning behavior of its material.
What is the definition of Class A fire rating?
What "Class A Fire Rated" means and why it matters. As the name states, this rating pertains to how well a particular wallcovering performs in the event of smoke or fire. While a wallcovering will certainly burn, if it has a rating of Class A, that means that it reduces how quickly the fire spreads. There are three classifications, A through C.
ASTM E 84. Standard test method for surface burning characteristics of of building materials. The flame spread Index and Smoke Developed Index values obtained by the ASTM E 84. test are used by code officials and regulatory agencies in the acceptance of interior finish. materials for various applications.
Furthermore, what does class A flame spread rating mean? Flame-spread, used to describe the surface burning characteristics of building materials, is one of the most tested fire performance properties of a material. The most commonly used flame-spread classifications are: Class I or A, with a 0-25 FSR; Class II or B with a 26-75 FSR; and Class III or C with a 76-200 FSR.
Is this a Fire Retardant?
No it's a Fire Inhibitor called MFB-31.
Will this help me get lower insurance rates?
We would hope you would get a Reduction because you reduced your insurance providers risk too.
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