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Why take chances with “non-compliant” hot work fabrics? Understand the risks and get a full listing of all of our 21 FM Approved options.
Brief video presentation on what the latest NFPA 51B requirements are with respect to hot work fabrics.
3-in-1 versatile, transportable protection. Use as Curtain, Blanket or Pad. Two -page brochure includes full listing of all of AMI’s 21 FM Approved products. Disponible en español.
This guide provides a quick glance at all of AMI’s FM Approved hot work fabrics. The chart lists the categories, performance ratings and product codes for each.
Quick links to the data sheets and SDS are also provided.
This video presentation discusses why you should insist on the FM Mark of Approval on all your hot work welding fabrics. It provides information on the updated NFPA 51B Standard (which requires Listed or Approved welding curtains, blankets and pads.)
Learn more about the FM Approvals performance rating system adopted by ANSI and NFPA.
See a side-by-side comparative fire test of welding blankets.
Learn how to identify certified products to ensure compliance.
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The NFPA 51B Standard includes a new requirement for listed and/or approved welding blankets, pads, and curtains. This 2-page brochure provides information on two important changes pertaining to the proper use of hot work fabrics: 1) Hot Work Permitting and 2) 35-Foot (11m) Rule.
FM Approved Welding Blankets, Pads & Curtains For Fire Protection During Hot Work: Safety Professionals in critical industries such as Shipbuilding, Nuclear Power Generation, Petroleum and Steelmaking know that unprotected hot work is a leading cause of industrial fires. This brochure provides information on Auburn Manufacturing Inc.’s (AMI’s) wide range of Approved and Rated fabrics to protect people, plant and equipment from heat, sparks, and molten metal in the workplace. Disponible en español.
Federal Regulation 10 CFR 851 requires contractors and subcontractors performing hot work in nuclear facilities to adhere to the highest safety standards, with significant penalties for non-compliance. AMI’s brochure focuses on the new rules for Hot Work fabrics in nuclear power facilities.
A four page brochure that addresses how to identify and select hot work fabrics that comply with NFPA 51B, Military, US. Government, Industry and NRC standards that all call for certified FM Approved welding curtains, welding blankets and welding pads. A recommended list of approved contractor grade products for petrochemical and refining facilities is provided.
Shipyard employees are exposed to a variety of workplace hazards and dangers posed by the generation of sparks from welding, cutting and brazing in addition to molten metal, heat energy and light radiation from hot work. This 4 page brochure addresses FM approved hot work fabrics used in ship building and repair that comply with NFPA 51B, Military, and U.S. Government standards.