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Promesh FR

Flame Retardant, reusable and recyclable interwoven mesh material for protecting carpets, vinyl and screed floors

1.5m x 67m Roll £113.58 (£94.65 Ex. VAT)
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Flame Retardant Certificate
Certifire Approved
Cert. No CF5446
  • Flame retardant and approved to Certifire standard
  • Effective temporary carpet and vinyl floor protection Perfect for renovations and construction projects
  • Interwoven, durable, slip resistant and waterproof
  • Large format, lightweight rolls for quick and easy installation
  • Promesh is a reusable and recyclable floor protector

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Promesh FR is a popular choice for protecting Vinyl floors due to its strength and durability. Promesh FR  has a wide range of applications such as it can also be applied vertically for use as a temporary screen.  

The strength provided by the interwoven polypropylene mesh sheet means that it is rip proof and puncture resistant, perfect if you need to protect a floor for long periods or from heavier traffic. Promesh FR is 1.5m wide so that it can be used to cover floors quickly and cost effectively. 

Manufactured from a coated polypropylene, Promesh FR is approved to the Certifire Standard which means that it meets the Fire Protection Associations’ Joint Code of Practice whereby it states that all Temporary Protection Materials must reach this or the equivalent LPS1207 standard. Failure to comply with this standard can result in uninsured losses. However, if you do not require a flame retardant protector, Promesh is available in a non-flame retardant form. 

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