Purpose of test. To determine the performance of a product when it is subjected to the conditions of the test specified in BS Part 7: BS Fire Tests on Building Materials and Structures Part 7. Method of Test to Determine the Classification of the Surface Spread of Flame of Products. Fire retardant Type test of surface spread of flame at Exova Warrington, United Kingdom meeting British Standard by BSI Group.
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Verfahren zur Klassifizierung der Flammenausbreitungsgeschwindigkeit an der Erzeugnisoberflaeche. Fire Tests on Bx materials and structures — Method of test to determine the classification of the surface spread of flame of products.
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Learn more about the cookies we use and 476- to change your settings. Terminate the test when the flame front reaches the mm reference line, or after 10 min has elapsed, whichever is the shorter. It provides data suitable for comparing the end-use performances of essentially flat materials, composites or assemblies, which are used primarily as the exposed surfaces of walls or ceilings. Classification and method of test for external fire exposure to roofs.
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Swing the specimen holder into its standby position and remove the remains of the specimen construction. Final Spread of flame. Method of test for fire propagation for products. Methode d’analyse de determination de la classification de la surface de propagation de la flame sur les produits. The faster, easier way to work with standards. This Part of BS specifies a method of test for measuring the lateral spread of flame along the surface of a specimen of a product orientated in the vertical position under opposed flow conditions, and a classification system based on the rate and extent of the spread of flame.
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Brandschutztechnische Pruefungen an Baustoffen und Bauten. Extinguish the pilot flame 1 min after the start of the test. Fire Test to Building Material — Surface flame. Your basket is empty. Worldwide Standards We can source any standard from anywhere in the world.
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