Carpet Mask by Surface Shields is a plastic carpet protection film that keeps floors and carpets clean and damage free from heavy foot traffic during construction and remodeling projects. Carpet Mask is made of non-slip material and is lightweight for easy application and quick clean up. It provides liquid and flame retardant floor protection.
This self adhering protective film features the same heavy duty and tear resistant properties as our traditional Carpet Shield film, but is now available in a specialty fire resistant version. It is UL certified, passing ISO 5659 standards of safety, parts 2 and Annex 1.
This recyclable carpet protector provides temporary surface protection for up to 30 days, is highly resistant to punctures and leaves no sticky residue if removed within 30 days of application. The carpet protector film is available in 2 roll sizes and can be easily applied with our multi application film applicator. For more options, view Surface Shields’ entire line of carpet protection products.
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Thickness: 4.0 mil nominal
Film: LDPE w/ Flame Retardant Agent
Adhesive Type: Solvent Acrylic
Adhesion Level: 12 oz/in nominal
Tensile Strength: 2500 N/CM2
Temperature (Ideal): 70° F
Humidity (Ideal): 50%
Elongation MD: 350% – 500%
Extinguish Critial Flux: 30.9
Sustained burning heat: 1.93
Total Heat Released: 0.254
Trade Name: Carpet Shield® FR
Material Use: Surface Protection
How do I install Carpet Mask FR?
Peel back edge of Carpet Mask and begin to unroll. Press down edge at beginning of area to be covered so Carpet Mask adheres. Continue rolling onto carpet, applying pressure and smoothing down the film while doing so. Carefully cut end with a sharp edge. When finished, fold edge of the film back against the roll to use at a later time. To remove, roll up Carpet Mask and discard.
How long can Carpet Mask be used to protect carpets?
Carpet Mask provides carpet protection for up to 30 days. Exceeding this time period for all carpet protection films can result in an adhesive transfer or residue.