Fire Rated Vents offers a unique patented solution that stops both embers and fire from entering your home. They are ember-resistant vents, designed to stop embers from entering your home before the fire arrives. Wildfires and bush fires generate ember storms which spread the fire ahead of the actual front of the fire.
Your house can be in danger even if you are not directly in the path of the fire. All dwellings located in Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) areas should be equipped with ventilation systems capable of resisting the ingress of embers, greatly reducing the risks associated with wildfires. Single-family and multifamily structures use open ventilation to cool attic and crawl spaces, so it is paramount that those vents are fire-rated. Standard vents cannot stop embers. Only products specifically designed and tested for fire/ember resistance can be used in WUI areas.
This is why flame- and ember-resistant vents are now a part of building code requirements in Canada and beyond.
All Fire Rated Vents comply with the new AB38 legislation, which requires home hardening measures to be implemented in fire hazard zone
Flame and Ember resistant vents are a building code requirement:
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FEROBIDE is a weldable tungsten carbide composite material, which combines high levels of wear resistance with the ease and reliability of a weldable material.
The unique features of FEROBIDE closes the gap between conventional tungsten carbide which requires brazing and weldable materials which have a significant lower wear performance.
FEROBIDE is ideal in situations where brazing is not an option and for applications involving sliding wear. FEROBIDE has found its use in critical applications in several different industries such as agriculture, separation, mining, mixing, mineral processing and road maintenance.
The material is available in a range of standard tile sizes with custom designs available upon request.
- Do not fit to leading edges in high impact applications
- MIG/stick weld, 120 amps
- No TIG welding
- Clamp tile down, if one end curls up the tile will crack
- Tack centre of the tile length if needed; weld outward from centre
- Avoid excessive heat input into tile, use quick weld passes
- Do not fix tile with an unsupported section overhanging
- Do not quench after welding
- If risk of weld erosion, chamfer host metal to hide welds
When welding, full P.P.E and dust management is required.
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