Helps to prevents vegetation, shrub and bush from catching fire and burning by coating it with a non-toxic fire retardant layer that lasts for weeks.
Komodo Ultimate Fire Shield, manufactured in the United States, is environmentally-friendly, water-based, non-toxic, non-hazardous and free of PBDE’s (Polybrominated Diphenyl Esters) or any other restricted chemicals. The product is rigorously tested by independent laboratories to current fire code requirements.
Flexible and tested on many substrates including foam, plastic, fabric, wood, paper and metals as well as bush and vegetation.
Bushfires are an ever-present threat in Australia, particularly in the hotter summer months, to farms, residents and businesses located in rural regions. Methods to prevent and tackle bushfires have remained consistent for many years. Now there is a new weapon in the arsenal for those at risk. Komodo Ultimate Fire Shield is a sustainable, water based technology, which works by creating a layer over bush and vegetation that does not ignite.
After application around the perimeter of the area to be protected tests have shown that the product can last for many weeks, providing a barrier to the spread of fire, as long as there has been no rainfall to wash it away.
“It’s a very effective way to protect your property. Not only your house but the contents and what’s around your property.”Joe S – Augusta Fire Dept. Missouri, USA
The Komodo DIY Starter Kit is a self-contained, Lithium-ion battery powered, backpack that uses a proprietary powder designed for dilution in water and applied as a passive fire retardant to the natural areas surrounding the perimeter of homes and other landscaped areas.
DIY Kit comes with two 2.27 kg bags of K-100 to make 40 litres of mixed product. Providing coverage for up to around 180 square meters (varies depending on the surface area).
Komodo Refills are available in 2.27 kg and larger 22.7 kg packs.
A single 2.27 kg pack providing coverage of around 90 square meters, the larger 22.7 kg pack covers around 900 square meters.