Did you know the difference between ‘Flame Retardant’ and ‘Flame Retardant – Certified to LPS1207/LPS1215′?

Date: 28 September 2011
Source: https://www.protection.co.uk
With the largest range of LPS1207 and LSP1215 certified flame retardant materials you can ensure that materials used for temporary protection on your project comply with the required standard and are certified to the LPS Standard.

Why is this compliance important?

JCP – Failure to comply could result in uninsured losses and in insurance ceasing to be available or withdrawn.

Don’t take any risks!

Find out more about our LPS1207 and LPS1215 Certification


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