Every year, wildfires destroy land, homes, and businesses and cause millions, sometimes even billions, of dollars in damage and repairs. You no longer have to fear becoming apart of that statistic. You can stop fires before they ever reach your home through our patented Flame Brake™ technologies.
Flame Brake™ acts as a portable fire line around the perimeter of your home or building. The product is lab tested and proven to bring large flames down to zero quickly. It only takes a few minutes to set up and roll out and requires no water, electronics, or chemicals to make it work. Once deployed, no additional assistance is needed, allowing you to focus on evacuating you and your family to safety.
How does Flame Brake™ work?
As a wildfire approaches the home, Flame Brake™ draws it in, forces it under its material, and simply snuffs it out. Fire cannot pass through the product without being degraded or suppressed, which makes it a great barrier. This barrier also holds back radiant heat to help prevent walls and other building material from igniting.
Flame Brake™ 3000 withstands temperatures up to 3000°F for up to 5 minutes of continuous exposure and is most effective against low to medium brush (up to approximately ¼” diameter) fires that take longer to burn.
All Flame Brake™ products are designed to only combat ground fires. It is important to know which type of fuel surrounds the property you’re trying to protect in order to purchase the correct type of product. We are more than happy to assist, just contact us.
Maximize your protection with Emberella™
Flame Brake™, when used with Emberella™, makes the perfect recipe for maximum protection. Emberella™ helps to protect vehicles, hedges, hillsides and small structures from flames and flying embers, while Flame Brake™ helps to protect from a fast-moving ground fire.
How to deploy
With the leading bright yellow edge facing toward the fire, roll the product over grass or brush that a fire would use as fuel, and unfold the front edge and back skirt. Anchor the four corners and middle with heavy rocks or other heavy nonflammable materials. Finally, cover the back edge (edge facing the property) and two sides with a 6″ wide line of dirt to keep a fire from escaping.