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Is exposed insulation in warehouses and commercial or industrial sheds considered a wall or ceiling lining? This technical bulletin explores fire performance requirements it needs to meet NCC's deemed-to-satisfy provisions.
This technical bulletin examines the use of insulation in external walls of fire-resisting construction type A and B buildings with 2 storeys or more as defined in NCC Volume One Table C1.1 TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION REQUIRED.
With phenolic insulation boards entering into the market from all over the world knowing about their differences has become vital. Because what might look the same on the outside may not always be the same on the inside.
Gain a detailed insight into Cavity Wall Insulation with this comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) list. In here you'll find answers to questions about concessions, cavity width explanation, and NCC requirements.
Thermoplastic materials soften and melt when heated and, as the pictures clearly show, can present a significant fire safety risk when installed in soffit applications.
On 29 June 2012, Standards Australia published Amendment 1 to the fire standard AS/NZS 3837. Find out about the latest changes right here.