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Thermal pannels Celotex FR5000 seem to have similar UK fire specifications than Reynobond PE, except in part 6* Reynobond PE: Fire propagation BS 476, part 6: class 0 Surface spread of flame BS 476, part 7: class 1 Celotex FR5000: Fire propagation BS 476, Part 6: Pass (*) Surface spread of flame BS 476, Part 7: Class 1 *No class?? What does it mean? Has been considered the reaction and contribution to fire spread of that material? file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Administrador/Mis%20documentos/Downloads/fr5000_productdatasheet_aug16.pdf Good info, but I miss comparative reference to EU regulations before to Middle East, since UK is in Europe, even I assume UK did not join EU standards. About chimney effect of air camber, an suggestion: it can be blocked in fire case if intumescent coat is put in one internal face, even in horitzontal bands.

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21 June, 2017

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