The 2019/2020 Bushfire season was one of the worst seen in recent times, anywhere in the world.
Between november 2019 and february 2020 the fires started in New South Whales and gradually moved into Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.
Millions of hectares were burned, Thousands of properties damaged and countless wildlife exposed.
While we can’t prevent bushfires, We CAN minimise the damage done to our properties and belongings.
One step that is often overlooked when ember proofing your shed is the roller door. The gaps around your roller door provide an excellent means of ember ingress allowing catastrophic damage to the shed and contents.
Have a look below at Cleverseal’s innovative “Cinderseal” product which combats these issues.
Cleverseal Flame Retardant is PA6 Nylon flame retardant material which self-extinguishes when ember contact is made.
It achieves a flammability index of less than 5. It is deemed to comply with AS3959:2018 Construction of buildings in bushfire-prone areas.
See the difference between standard seal and flame retardant seal
The “Cinderseal” range is ideal when you are building a new shed or extension and your Bushfire Attack Level (better known as your BAL Rating) is at levels of 12.5 to Flame Zone. Cinderseal is the only product in the market that has been specifically developed for the first line in protection against bushfires for shed doors and meets all Australian Standards.
The below chart shows the BAL ratings of the different seal lengths.
Quick and easy to install, Cleverseal roller door seals provide an extra level of defence for your shed. Don’t leave it too late by waiting until we’re in the heat of summer to get your property bushfire ready.
With flat rate shipping Australia-wide and fast turnaround times, get your order in today by following the link below.