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'Early Warning Effect ' Wallcovering Triggers Smoke Alarm Before Fire Starts

 - Aug 26, 2010
References: koroseal & korographics
Custom-printed wallpapers, murals and other wallcoverings with the 'Early Warning Effect' formulation can save lives. When heated to about 300 degrees Fahrenheit, a temperature point below combustibility, the Early Warning Effect wallcovering gives off an odorless and colorless vapor that triggers most smoke detectors.

The early warning can provide as much as a half hour warning as the heat of an impending fire builds in intensity. Early Warning Effect wallcoverings not only look beautiful, they can save lives!