fire prevention composite decking cover

Marin's Fire Safe Council, a public private partnership to prevent wildfires and promote wildfire safety in Marin's Wildland Urban Interface (WUI). Untreated wood and wood treated with fire retardant, as well as plastic and wood-plastic composite products, are all combustible and therefore vulnerable to ember and other 

there are no standards which cover the design recommendations for composite steel deck floors for their fire resistance. two panel models (1200 × 900 × 110 mm) of composite steel deck floor specimens. The fire test facility in the Civil Engineering Department, University of Salford, UK, was used to test the model samples.

The fire rating of roof coverings is determined for all materials used in code-compliant housing, and is classified as Class A, B, C, or unrated. Class A provides the best fire resistance, and therefore the best protection for your home. We recommend having a Class A fire-rated roof covering, but you should understand its 

Composite steel deck floors are almost invariably used without any fire protection to the exposed steel soffit although the cover to the reinforcement is greater than that which would be used in ordinary reinforced concrete design, the temperature reached by the reinforcement will be correspondingly lower. No spalling of 

Product Details

Product List