(TRANSCRIPT) Introducing Fire'z Off, the revolutionary
new fire retardant that not only helps protect your home, business
and the ones you love from the ravages of fire, but is also better
for the you and the environment than traditional flame retardants.
Fire'z Off is the only truly 'green' fire retardant available to
the public - completely non-toxic, plant-based, and biodegradable.
Each year, fire costs our economy a staggering $317 billion dollars
in damages, insurance, protection services, and loss of life.
Each year, fire departments respond to more than 400,000 home fires,
claiming the lives of 2,700 people and injuring more than 13,000.
Ask any fire marshal - most fires don't have to happen. In this
case, an ounce of prevention is definitely worth a pound of cure.
Fire retardants can work in several different ways - through
Free Radical Control
The end result for most fire retardants is that when applied to
an object, the burning process is slowed down, giving people inside
time to escape and giving firefighters more time to quench the fire.
Fire retardants have been used for years, and began to be required
in certain fabrics and materials beginning the 1970's. Unfortunately,
most of the retardants still in use today have been shown to be
Bio-accumulative, which means they do not biodegrade and they
accumulate over time within people and animals.
Chemicals know as polybrominated diphenyl ethers or PBDE's are
still in wide use today. Although still in use in the United States,
they have been banned in countries like Sweden where were found
to be accumulating in women's breast milk. Nearly all Americans
have tested positive for traces of fire retardants in their bodies.
But Fire'z Off contains no brominated ethers and no volatile organic
compounds. It's completely biodegradable, non-toxic and plant based.
It even helps to deter mold growth and insect damage.
The formula for Fire'z Off has been tested to ASTM E84 standards
and has a Class A rating for surface burning characteristics of
building materials - the highest rating available.
It's perfect for fabrics, wood, paper, construction material, and
nearly anything else that it can soak into. That means uniforms
and work clothes, drapes and other hanging fabric, upholstery, carpeting,
boxes, decorations, packing materials, wood furniture, building
and framing materials, roof decking. It can even be mixed 50/50
with latex paint to create a fire resistant paint.
Let's take a look at Fire'z Off in action.
Here is a simple paper towel. When you take a lighter to it, the
towel goes up in flames immediately.
But a paper towel treated with a few squirts of Fire'z Off will
scorch, but not ignite.
Likewise, a section of canvas cloth will also quickly ignite.
But not the treated sample treated. This sample was soaked with
Fire'z Off two days prior to this demonstration and allowed to completely
Even when a blow torch is taken to the fabric, the flame refuses
This is a thin piece of balsa wood, treated with Fire'z Off. See
how quickly the fire self-extinguishes after the torch is removed.
Now let's do the same thing with a piece of balsa that has been
painted with a 50/50 mixture of common latex paint and Fire'z Off.
See how the fire quickly self-extinguishes.
Keep in mind that Fire'z Off will NOT be effective on items that
it cannot soak into, like plastics and vinyls, highly polished or
lacquered woods, silk or plastic flowers, or very thin fabrics.
It is effective on many man-made fabrics, but organic materials
are best. As always, it is best to test on a small sample first.
Fire'z Off - the eco-friendly fire retardant for the 21st century!
For wood, paper and fabrics
For compliance with local regs and Life Code 101
Qualifies for insurance discounts
Non-toxic, plant based and highly effective
Available in quarts, 5 gallon pails and 55 gallon drums
To order Fire'z Off, visit us online at www.firezoff.com
or call us at 405-702-0055
For more information
RDR Technologies, LLC
1141 SE Grand Blvd., Suite 118
Oklahoma City, OK 73129
office 405-702-0055 ... fax 855-226-5959 firstname.lastname@example.org