Luxor Promotes Architectural Wood Details Coated With Millennium Fire Protection

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d481b5_450be11a1e8c44929cf3e7a37c505ebfVANCOUVER, British Columbia – Luxor Industrial Corporation (TSX-V:LRL) (OTC:LXRRF) is pleased to announce that it is launching a marketing campaign for Architectural Wood Details coated with Millennium Fire Coatings. Millennium’s coatings defend against fire, mold, moisture and damage from UV rays. The campaign includes sending samples to lumberyards throughout the US followed by an education course provided by Ron Blank and Associates.

Steve Conboy, President of Millennium Fire LLC, comments, “The addition of Millennium’s coatings to Luxor’s Architectural Wood Details ensures the products require little to no maintenance and won’t have to be replaced because of degradation due to weather and U.V. rays. Fire resistant coated lumber products reduce or eliminate the damage and cost of fires during construction and the risk to first responders.” National Fire Protection Agency “Fires during construction report”

Glen B. Phillips, CEO of Green CE Inc., comments: “We are thrilled to be working with Millennium Fire LLC to develop educational tools to reach product specifiers. While we expect the commodity lumber industry to resist independently embracing this “no raw Lumber” movement, the design community especially the specification writers hold enormous power to help bring about this necessary transition to a sustainably built environment.” Phillips continued, “Millennium Fire is producing a continuing education course. Design and construction professionals will be able to gain professional development credits, including LEED points, while learning more about how this technology can help decrease the risk of building fire and decreasing demand for new lumber, thereby helping to sustain limited forest resources.”