Fire Redundant Cladding Treatment

Timber Cladding Specialist provides timber cladding fire redundant treatment service  that offers comprehensive protection to meet the fire safety requirements of Euroclass B, as defined by the BS1 or BS2 standards. With our expertise and adherence to strict regulations, we ensure that your timber cladding achieves the necessary fire resistance without compromising its quality or aesthetic appeal.


Our process begins with a thorough assessment of your specific project requirements and the timber species being used. We carefully select fire-retardant treatments that comply with the BS1 or BS2 standards, ensuring optimal fire resistance performance.


During the treatment process, our skilled professionals apply the appropriate fire-retardant products to the timber cladding using proven techniques. These treatments penetrate the timber, forming a protective barrier that delays the spread of fire and reduces its intensity.


By utilizing our timber cladding fire redundant treatment service, you can have peace of mind knowing that your cladding meets the required fire safety standards. Our treated timber cladding retains its natural beauty while offering enhanced fire resistance, making it a reliable and durable choice for your project.


We prioritize safety and environmental considerations throughout our operations. Our fire-retardant treatments comply with applicable regulations and safety standards. Additionally, we ensure that our processes align with sustainable practices, such as responsible sourcing of timber from certified and sustainably managed forests.


Choose our timber cladding fire redundant treatment service to achieve Euroclass B fire resistance for your timber cladding, providing a safer environment without compromising on quality or aesthetics. Trust our expertise and commitment to deliver exceptional results for your project.


Fire-rated cladding treatments refer to specific treatments applied to cladding materials to enhance their fire resistance and meet fire safety regulations. These treatments aim to reduce the combustibility and slow down the spread of flames in the event of a fire. Here are some commonly used fire-rated cladding treatments:


Fire Retardant Coatings: Fire retardant coatings are applied to the surface of the cladding material. These coatings contain special chemicals that inhibit or delay the ignition and spread of flames. They create a protective barrier that helps to prevent the cladding from contributing to the fire.

Intumescent Coatings: Intumescent coatings are another type of fire-rated treatment for cladding. When exposed to heat, these coatings expand and form a charred, insulating layer that helps to protect the underlying material from fire. Intumescent coatings can be applied to various cladding substrates, such as wood, steel, or concrete.


Fire-Retardant Impregnation: This treatment involves impregnating the cladding material with fire-retardant chemicals. The chemicals penetrate the fibers of the material, enhancing its fire resistance properties. This treatment is commonly used for timber cladding and can provide long-lasting fire protection.


It's important to note that the specific fire-rated treatment required for cladding will depend on local fire safety regulations and the desired fire rating level. It is advisable to consult with fire safety professionals, architects, or cladding manufacturers who have expertise in fire-rated treatments and can recommend the most appropriate options for your specific project and compliance needs.


Always ensure that the chosen fire-rated cladding treatment complies with relevant fire safety standards and regulations in your area to enhance the overall fire safety of your building.