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HOOVER PYRO-GUARD

PYRO-GUARD is pressure-impregnated, interior fire-retardant treated lumber and plywood for enclosed structural applications.

Pyro-Guard is recommended for enclosed structural applications.

PYRO-GUARD Interior Fire Retardant Plywood

FT12CD    1/2” X 4 X 8          CDX SYP PLYWOOD
FT58CD    5/8” X 4 X 8          CDX SYP PLYWOOD
FT34CD    3/4” X 4 X 8          CDX SYP PLYWOOD
FT34BC     3/4” X 4 X 8          BCX SYP PLYWOOD

PYRO-GUARD Interior Fire Retardant Lumber

FT2408     2 X 4 X 8’              #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2410     2 X 4 X 10’             #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2412     2 X 4 X 12’             #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2416     2 X 4 X 16’             #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2608     2 X 6 X 8’               #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2610     2 X 6 X 10’             #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2612     2 X 6 X 12’             #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2616     2 X 6 X 16’             #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT2816     2 X 8 X 16’             #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT21016    2 X 10 X 16’           #2 & BTR. S4S SPF
FT21216    2 X 12 X 16’           #2 & BTR. S4S SPF

WHY PYRO-GUARD?

  • Construction with Pyro-Guard treated wood requires no special tools or skills.

  • Pyro-Guard trusses and roof decks often qualify a masonry wall building as “non-combustible” for insurance purposes.

  • Pyro-Guard can often be substituted for non-combustible materials without affecting building classification.

  • Use of Pyro-Guard wood partitions instead of untreated partitions often allows for an increase in square footage and lower insurance rates.

  • The use of Pyro-Guard wood roof decking is usually accepted in lieu of parapet walls in multi-family dwellings.

  • Even when sprinklers are mandatory, the use of Pyro-Guard can further reduce fire insurance rates.

  • Pyro-Guard is commonly accepted by building codes for partition walls, store fronts, fixtures and roof construction in shopping centers.

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