Hardcast, a Carlisle Company

Smoke & Soot Post-Fire/Smoke Encapsulant & Odor Remover – Black

Product No: smoke-soot-post-fire-smoke-encapsulant-odor-remover-black

GREENGUARD Gold Certified Hardcast Smoke & Soot is a spray-applied coating that resists microbial growth, locks down offensive particles, and removes odors from the air-stream of fugitive emissions from fi re deposits below the detectable limit. Designed with an EPA-registered chemical package, this coating was engineered to be used on ductwork and insulation that has been exposed to smoke and soot from a fi re to negate the need to replace the entire duct by merely resurfacing the existing substrate. Follow the most current version of NADCA ACR section 4.24 to evaluate HVAC system components for restoration or replacement. The Smoke & Soot product can also be used on other substrates such as wood, metal, drywall, cement, and cinder block.

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Certifications And Standards

Greenguard

General

MasterFormat® Number: 23 00 00
Certifiers: UL Environment
UL GREENGUARD: Yes
UL GREENGUARD GOLD: Yes
Manufacturing Location(s): North America
Third Party Ecolabels: UL GREENGUARD, UL GREENGUARD Gold
Federal Standard - Single Attribute: UL GREENGUARD GOLD
Category: Building Finishes
Subcategory: Adhesives, Sealants
Healthier Material Guidance

Healthy Building Network (HBN)’s Healthier Material Guidance is based on our research into common product content and health hazards. The information is organized into recommendations using a simplified Hazard Spectrum, where products in the green categories are typically better options than those in the orange or red, and products in the yellow categories are generally less preferable than those at the top, but are better choices than those at the bottom. Learn more at Healthy Building Network’s HomeFree.

HBN’s HomeFree healthier material guidance makes it easy to choose safer options. To learn more on material health guidance, visit Healthy Building Network's HomeFree.