Flame Resistance Technology

Flame Resistance Technology

Controlled char length to 4.5 inches
No flaming time or afterglow: Self-extinguishes quickly with no restarting
Excellent strength retention
Variety of surface finishes ranging from smooth MG to rough creped surface
Flame Resistance Technology
Flame resistance technology; blazing the path to innovation.

 

Ahlstrom-Munksjö provides flame-resistant solutions for multiple end-use applications. Flame-resistant papers will char when exposed to a flame, but will not support combustion and will self-extinguish when the flame source is removed.

 

Multiple application uses include utility grades (not in contact with metal surfaces) such as filters, honeycomb structures (hollow core doors), duct wrap, colored-decoration papers, wall coverings, ceiling panels, building materials and paint-booth flooring and walls.
Specialty grades incorporate chemicals that minimize corrosion when coming in contact with metal surfaces like aluminum foil.

 

 

Benefits of Flame-Gard™ papers:

  • Controlled char length to 4.5 inches
  • No flaming time or afterglow: Self-extinguishes quickly with no restarting
  • Excellent strength retention
  • Sizing to enhance adhesive bonding and efficiency
  • Variety of surface finishes ranging from smooth MG to rough creped surface
  • Available in roll format: Sold in rolls, multiple core sizes and packaging configurations

 

Performance

  • Special flame resistance (less corrosive) acceptable in metal contact applications 
  • Anti-mold resistant treatments available 
  • Treatments available to add flexibility

 

End-Use Applications – Adhesive lamination Phenolic saturating, Foil lamination, Printing, General slitting and sheeting

 

Discover our products made with the Flame-Gard™ technology:

 

Available in trulyNatural® or Bleached. Find out more about the trulyNatural® technology here.

Ahlstrom-Munksjö uses fiber from responsible and legal sources and all products qualify for Chain of Custody Forestry Credits and Certification.

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