Fire Blanket - 100% Wool
Fire Blanket - 100% Wool
Jalo Helsinki fire blankets are safe, easy to use, durable and beautifully designed.
- The fire blanket's pouch is made of mulesing-free 100% sheep wool.
- The blanket is treated with a silicone coating to improve fire protection.
- The fire blanket is also suitable for personal protection, for example when escaping a burning building.
- Size 120 x 180 cm
- The blanket complies with the EN 1869:2019 standard.
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Pouch mulesing-free 100% sheep wool.
Includes a mounting screw.
Suitable also for personal protection when escaping from a burning building.
The actual fire blanket is coated with silicone to improve the performance in fire extinguishing and to make the blanket lighter, and thus easier to handle.
Jalo Helsinki fire blankets comply with the European standard for fire blankets EN 1869:1997 and can be used in all European countries and all countries where the standard EN1869:1997 is applicable.
Frequently asked questions
What are fire blankets?
Fire blankets are a useful fire safety product for every home and are recommended for installation, especially in kitchens. Their function is based on fire suppression. There is a European standard for fire blankets, EN1869:1997, to which Jalo Helsinki fire blankets also conform. We therefore recommend that you install a beautiful fire blanket in a visible place, for example in the kitchen, where it can be accessed quickly if necessary.
How many fire blankets do I need?
There is no precise figure for the number of fire blankets. In fact, we recommend that you have at least one fire blanket per potential source of fire in your home. Install a fire blanket in a visible location close to the potential source of the fire so that it can be quickly deployed if necessary.
How does silicone coating differ from others?
The silicone-coated blanket is more airtight than traditional fibreglass-only fire blankets. This makes fire suppression easier than ever before. In addition, the silicone-coated blanket is almost 40% lighter than a traditional fire blanket.
Mulesing is a painful procedure in which skin is removed from the rear end of a sheep around the anus in order to scar the sheep's skin. The method aims to prevent parasitic flies from laying eggs, and diseases caused by fly larvae.