Natritex FireGuard III Mattress

World’s Most Technologically Advanced Fire Safety Mattress
Exceeds British Standard 7177 Flame Source 7
Patent number 2015100604


Natritex Fireguard III Mattress

Natritex Fireguard III Mattresses is comprised of both Natritex Fiber and Fire-guard III Foam. The Natritex Fiber is fitted around the foam core providing fire protection, flexibility and comfort. The Fire-guard III Foam core provides both comfort and the ultimate in fire proofing and protection.

Natritex Fireguard III Mattresses have a Fireguard III foam core.

Natritex Fireguard III Mattress has an inner core of Enviro-foam Fire-guard III self-extinguishing premium grade foam. It is manufactured without the use of Solvents, CFC’s, Fillers, Methylene Chloride, Solid Fire Retardants or added Carbon Dioxide.
Enviro-foam’s exclusive Active Seal & Super Mix Technologies are scientifically applied in the production of Fireguard Foam.
Rachelle Thompson

(CEO of Enviro-Foam)

Enviro-Foam has developed Fire-guard III through a rigours and staged scientific process and is now the leading innovator in fire safety foam and foam mattresses.

Natritex Fireguard III Mattresses passed all the following standards.

Natritex Fireguard III Mattresses met all the requirements for very high hazard and high hazard ratings and are recommended for use in off shore installations, hotels, hostels, nursing homes, hospital wards, prison cells and locked psychiatric accommodation.

Natritex Fireguard III Mattresses pass the most stringent assessment for resistance to ignition of mattresses, divans and bed bases BS7177 – Flame Source 7. Please contact Enviro-Foam for additional information and scientific testing.

BSEN 597-1:1995 (British Standard 597-1)

British Standard 597-1 Low hazards resistant to a smouldering cigarette or a match flame equivalent. Suitable for a domestic dwelling

BSEN 597-2:1995 (British Standard 597-2)

Resistant to ignition with source – match flame equivalent of BS EN 597-2:1995. Medium fire harzard. Suitable for Day Centres, Hotels, Hostels, Nursing homes, Holiday camp chalets, Boarding schools, Residential schools, Halls of residence at universities and colleges.

BS 5852-5:1982 (British Standard 5852-5)

The British Standard 5852-5 is used to assess the ignitability of material combinations, such as covers and fillings used in upholstered seating or mattress, when subjected to different ignition sources of gas flames and small wooden cribs.

BS6807:2006 Crib 7 (British Standard BS6807 Crib 7)

Resistant to ignition with source 7 of BS 6807:1996. Very high hazard. Suitable for Prison cells and locked psychiatric accommodation.

BS 7177:2008+A1:2011 (British Standard 7177)

BS 7177 specifies requirements for the resistance to ignition of mattresses, divans and bed bases when tested in accordance with BS EN 597-1, BS EN 597-2 and BS 6807. The levels of ignition resistance have been set after careful consideration of the fire risk of the particular end-use environment involved.

AS/NZS 1530.3 1999

Methods for fire tests on building materials, components and structures.

Airworthiness standards FAR Part 25 – 1995 Section 25.853 (12 sec ignition)

Airworthiness Standards: Transport Category Airplanes Interior Compartments Occupied by Crew or Passengers. The test (vertical test) requires the specimen to be exposed to a Bunsen or Tirrill burner for 12 seconds. For a complete decription of FAR 25 Section 25.853.