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FR Hard Surface Protection Film

Flame Retardant Adhesive Hard Surface Protection Film Approved to Certifire Standard CF5101

600mm x 100m Roll £77.74 (£64.78 Ex. VAT)
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certifire
Flame Retardant Certificate
Certifire Approved
Cert. No CF 5101
  • Flame Retardant Approved by Certifire
  • Reverse wound for easy application
  • Cost effective hard floor protection
  • Ideal for protecting against foot traffic, dirt, dust and spills
  • Perfect for protecting hard floors when painting

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Protec's Temporary Hard Floor Protection Film is a low tack self-adhesive plastic floor protector, often used for protecting hard floors such as vinyl, marble and cured timber floors from spillages, debris, dust and foot traffic. 

The self-adhesive reverse wound (adhesive side is outermost) rolls make for an easy application and the low tack backing means that removing hard floor film is easy, clean and quick. 

Protec's Hard Floor Film FR meets the Certifire Flame Retardant standard and complies with the requirements set out in the construction industry's Joint Code of Practice. Failure to comply with this standard can result in uninsured losses. 

Protec advises that any self-adhesive plastic floor covering is left down for a maximum of 4 weeks before being replaced if needed. You should always test the product on a small area of the floor surface before applying. If you need a more durable hard floor protector or are looking for added impact protection, we recommend using Proplex 3mm FR

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