About Firefree Coatings
Firefree Coatings, Inc., is the leading developer of high-quality fire retardant and fire resistant intumescent
coatings that will help reduce the spread of fire, minimize smoke and toxic gases that would occur during a fire,
thus giving occupants extra time to evacuate a building safely and limiting destruction of property. Our products
are fire tested at third-party accredited International Accreditation Service (IAS) testing laboratories. Firefree
88 is approved by FM Approvals, listed by ICC (ESR4271, classified by Underwriters Laboratories (U/L) and accepted
by NY Material and Equipment Acceptance Division. Firefree Class A is listed by CA SFM Building Materials and listed
by ICC (ESR4271).
Firefree Coatings is deeply committed to human safety and environmental issues and is strongly positioned to meet
the increasing market demand for fire safety benefits for commercial, governmental, residential and other advanced
markets. Firefree Coatings is a member of NPFA, ICC and ASTM E-05 Committee.
Firefree sells and ships products in all five continents for private, corporate and governmental projects, with
customers and projects all over the world from the Americas (US, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, …)
to Asia (Australia, India, Indonesia, Philippines…) the Middle East (Saudi
Arabia, Oman, Kuwait…).
The team at Firefree has decades of experience in construction (new and retrofit, residential and commercial) and
in a fire testing and performance as well as in sales, marketing and business development, both domestic and international.
We have also worked with some of the world’s most prominent fire scientists and IAS/ICC certified fire testing
laboratories. Our founder, John is an ASTM E 05 committee member that helped design the vent test standards and
helped co-write both the new ASTM vent standards as well as the new ASTM eave and soffit fire test standards that
are now national standards as per ASTM. John is also a member of the California State Fire Marshals, Chapter 7A.
WUI code standards committee, helping to write and finalize new fire standards for wild land areas.