This is an example of the protection that is covering dwellings in the Dardanelle and Kennedy Meadows area:
This material is exactly or similar to Firezat. I found this information on their website here. Check it out. This is all new to me.
What is it made of – why does it work?
Our Aluminized Glass Fabric neither burns nor supports combustion and offers a combination of properties including reflection of 95% of the radiant heat, high abrasive strength, and reduction of high-angle areas for burning embers to lodge. See Test Data Fire Shields cover attic vents, windows, decks, and eaves protecting them from radiant heat and ember attack. They can be left up for days or weeks and can be used again and again for future fire threats. No matter how long the fire takes to reach you, your shields will be ready. It is a stable material that will not stretch or shrink, even after exposure to extremely high or low temperatures. It is also resistant to most acids, alkalis & solvents with the exception of hydrofluoric acid. A 750 Sq Ft roll stores in a space 60″ L X 8″ W X 8″ H.
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