Cover Guard floor and surface protection products were developed for industrial use in the naval, cruise, ferry, luxury yacht, offshore and shipyard industries to protect floors and other surfaces during repair periods. The tradition of using of fiberboard or cardboard to protect floors and other surfaces had many drawbacks. From the extreme fire danger to a short life due to traffic or weather, there was a need for a better product.
Coverguard is extremely durable, tough and tear resistant providing protection against impact or markings. It is resistant to most chemicals, paints and is waterproof. It is manufactured from a blend of low density polyethylene flame retardant, ultraviolet, anti-static and pigment additives. Installation is quick and easy. It may be cut with scissors or a knife and simply tapped into place. The product is very easy to clean and is re-usable.
The embossed diamond deck plate pattern offers a non-slip surface for the crew.
There are many different products and grades in the Cover Guard line, however, at the
buyingnetwork.com we stock the most commonly requested "blue flooring" used in Alaska, Oregon State, Washington State and throughout . Our customers use it aboard fishing vessels, processing plants and shipyards working on many different vessels including the US Coast Guard.
All CoverGuard products have been subjected to the small flame test, large flame test , toxic gas emission test and oxygen index. Based on the results Cover Guard has been recommended/approved by many recognized international organizations and test laboratories. A partial list of approvals show the exhaustive work put into these products.
Lloyd Register of Shipping Det Norske Vertias Bureau Veritas Offshore Certification Bureau LTD Marine Safety Agency Ministry of Defence National Fire Protection Association 701 Standard
Navsea and Supship approved.
Cover guard® undergoing large flame test to BS5852 Crib 7, courtesy of Warrington Fire Research Centre, UK.
LPS 1207 Selected samples from the Coverguard range of temporary
protective coverings have been subjected to a series of tests utilising
the test methodology contained in LPS 1207: Issue 2:2003 by BRE. CG 1036/72 DP: Report No: 218078 Rev 1: Date: 28.07.04 CG 1336/72 DP: Report No: 218079 Rev 1: Date: 28.07.04 CG 2536/72 DP: Report No: 219540: Date: 16.11.04 CG 4036/72 DP: Report No: 224625 Rev 1: Date: 17.10.05 Satisfies LPS 1207 Small flame test to BS 476, Part 12 1991 Large flame test to BS 5852, crib no. 7 Smoke emission EN2825 Toxic Gas emission EN2826 Oxygen index BS2782, (Part 1 method 141 1986) (ISO 4589-1984) The
test report does not imply approval or certification and the test
results only relate to the items tested and not necessarily to the
product brought to market.
Warrington Fire Research:
IMO Resolution A.471 (XII) as amended by resolution IMO res. A652 (14) CG1336/72DP- WARRES No: 302358 - 05.07.01 CG2536/72DP- WARRES No: 302360 - 05.07.01 CG4036/72DP- WARRES No: 302362 - 05.07.01 A653 floor covering, bulkheads and ceilings. A563-14 (superseded A471) vertical flame test textiles. FAR Part 25: Appendix F, Part (4) "Vertical Test" CG1336/72DP- WARRES No: 302407 - 21.07.01 CG2536/72DP- WARRES No: 302409 - 21.07.01 CG4036/72DP- WARRES No: 302411 - 21.07.01 French M1 Standard CG2536/72 DP - Certificate No: 12359-05 Date: 30.06.05