AMI Leaves No Room for Doubt
Today’s military, U.S. Government, industry and NRC standards all call for certified FM Approved welding curtains, blankets and pads to be used in their facilities. AMI prominently labels their products down to the core—meaning you will find the FM Approved label on the outside packaging, printed along with the performance category on the product and on the inner cardboard core of every welding fabric. View our Certified to the Core labeling.
- Watch a brief video presentation on the FM Approved requirements to meet NFPA 51B
- See all of our FM Approved Products-At-A-Glance along with their category and performance ratings
- More information about the application rating key (good, better, best)
- Online guidance on how to choose the right product for your application
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VEXTRA® (GLV-TP) Cloth
Fiberglass fabric coated with vermiculite
Rated at 1000°F and remains stable to 1500°F.
AMI-TUF® (SGL) Cloth
Silicone coated fiberglass cloth.
Good for outdoor use
Continuous operating temperature 500° F (260ºC)
SGL1700 meets the requirements of ASTM C1695-09
SGL1700 and SGL3200 meets NFPA 701-1999.
GOLDENGLAS® (GLN) Cloth
100% fiberglass cloth coated with a tough, neoprene rubber
Rated to 225°F (107°C).
AMI-GLAS® (GL) Cloth
Ideal for vertical spark protection typically found in light welding applications.
Rated to 1000°F (540°C).
All uncoated fiberglass yarns meet USCG 164.009 “Test for Incombustibility”
GL2025-9383 meets the requirements of ASTM C1695-09 and MIL C 20079H Type 1 Class 9
AMI-SIL® (CAS) (AS) Cloth
Minimum 96% pure amorphous silica cloth
Rated to 1800°F (980°C).
AS1800G & AS3600 meet USCG164.009 as part of MIL-C-24576SH and meet NFPA 701/1999 Method 2.
AS3600 and CAS4000 are rated as a PAD, all other are CURTAINS