Protecting Public Spaces - Theme parks, zoos, aquariums, hotels, and other public spaces throughout the world are increasingly requiring materials that are flame rated; self-extinguishing, with low smoke generation. Smooth‑On manufactures the widest variety of flame rated fabricating materials available anywhere in the world.
Certified Flame Rated ASTM E-84 - Class A
Free Form™ Habitat™ Fire Safe™ epoxy putty is a high density epoxy sculpting putty.
Free Form™ Habitat™ Flex FR epoxy putty is a semi-rigid mix-and-apply-by-hand putty.
Free Form™ AIR Fire Safe is a lightweight epoxy dough.
Habitat Cast N Coat™ is a filled, two component liquid epoxy.
Forton™ MG is a polymer modified gypsum system.
Buddy Rhodes™ Vertical Mix is a lightweight sculptable concrete blend.
Certified Flame Rated ASTM E-84 - Class B
StyroCoat™ is a sprayable urethane plastic coating.
Certified Flame Rated UL 94 V-O
TASK™ 7 Flame Out™ is a low viscosity, fast set urethane casting resin.
Certified Flame Rated FMVSS-302
FlexFoam-iT!™ 7 FR is a castable expanding flexible urethane foam.
How you can use the duoMatrix NEO system and chopped fiber to create a durable, lightweight, hollow casting.
Watch Steve and Jordan Millard create an amazing rockscape using Buddy Rhodes Vertical Mix
Übergrippen Climbing Crag recently added a 100 foot long bouldering wall in their backyard
Making a durable lightweight architectural element or display piece is possible using duoMatrix NEO polymer-modified gypsum and Matrix Chopped Glass.
How epoxy putty is applied to carved foam to create a totem pole for a museum
A Tiki Mask for a Tiki-themed bar is cast out of flame-rated Habitat Cast N Coat epoxy.
This video shows how Habitat® Flex FR is used to make a realistic tree branch for theming or zoo applications.
We demonstrate how to create a metal cold casting using the duoMatrix™ NEO polymerized gypsum system.
TASK® 7 is a low viscosity, fast set flame resistant plastic.
Watch How Habitat™ Fire Safe Compares To Other Flame Rated Materials
Watch How Habitat™ Flex FR Compares To Other Flame Rated Materials