The rapid development of cities has led to the emergence of higher-rise buildings. Hence, the need of the hour is to facilitate safety measures to fight fire accidents.
VIVA has acknowledged the grave issue of fire protection. We have come up with ACP sheets that have excellent fire-retardant properties.
Our fire-retardant aluminum composite panels are available in FR Class B, FR Class A2and FR Class A2+. VIVA’s FR A2 ACP boards are made of 90% non-halogenated, inorganic material that produces water vapor in the initial combustion stage and discourages the propagation of flame. This is because it has mineral content in it in the ratio of 90:10. Viva also has FR Class B ACP which contains Aluminium Hydroxide and magnesium Hydroxide. FR Class B has 70:30 mineral content ratio.
Viva has been the first company in India to introduce FR Class A2+ ACCP (Aluminium Core Corrugated Panel). With its best in class fire rating to fight fire, you can be rest assured in any such circumstances of Fire. Viva’s fire retardant ACP comprises FR Class B, FR class A2 and FR Class A2+. Viva has been the first company in India to have its FR Class B, FR Class A2 and FR Class A2+ accredited with certifications like NFPA 285, EN 13501, ASTM D1929 to name a few.
Below is a glimpse of the properties of our fire-retardant ACP panels.
|NFPA 285||ISMA Test -Intermediate-Scale Multistory Apparatus, façade fire test standards for evaluation of fire propagation characteristic of exterior non load bearing wall assemblies contain combustibles comp[ounds||Passed, (No flames into second floor, Externally flame shall not reach 10 ft. height on top of window and 5 ft. laterally centre of window & thermocouples inside of the wall assembly shall not exced 1000°F during test.)|
|ASTM E 119 -16||Test standard for wall partition assemblies are considered fire barrier system, temperature control and withh special framing system is part of wall||120 minutes , Pass|
|REACTION O FIRE TEST|
|EN 13501 -1 – 2018||Single burning and reaction to fire||B – s1, d0|
|ASTM D 1929 – 16||Determining Ignition Temperature of Plastics||Spontaneous Ignition Temperature:|
|STI: 452°C (842°F)|
|Flash Ignition Temperature:|
|FTI: 429°C (824°F)|
|ASTM E 84 – 15a||Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials||Flame Spread Index: 0|
|Smoke Developed Index: ≤ 5|
|BS 476 Part 6 & 7||Surface spread of flame & flame propagation||Class 0 classification|
|DIN4102||Standard Method of Fire Test of Exterior Wall Assemblies||FR B1, Passed|