Promat has been working on protection systems for bushfire affected areas since the Australian standard was introduced in 2007. We provide a range of systems including roofing and walls designed to achieve the highest Bushfire Fire Attack Level (BAL) of Flame Zone. BAL-FZ.

In the aftermath of the ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires in Victoria considerable effort has gone into improving the fire resistance of houses in Bushfire Prone areas. Promat have a number of tested systems designed for houses that are in the most fire prone areas that are defined as BAL-FZ.

Our fire protection systems for roofs and walls specialise in protecting people, structure and equipment, from the direct impact of a bushfire front. Although a bushfire front may pass by in only a few minutes, temperatures achieved can be up to 1200oC, which can cause a large amount of residual heat to remain in timber framing of the roof and other structures. It is possible for a fire front to pass only for houses to be destroyed from the inside out due to the framing in the building reaching its critical temperature.

Promat’s Bushfire roof and wall systems have been tested to avoid this occurring.

Many hundreds of houses in NSW and other states have already been made safer by the application of these systems.

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