Flame-spread rating | Article about flame-spread rating by The Free Dictionary
A measurement of flame spread
on the surface of a material (or an assemblage of materials) as determined by procedures described in the applicable code.
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Notably, fabric-covered acoustical wall panels are tested as finished products composites) - rather than as individual Class A building materials - to yield the correct flame-spread rating
With addition of 3-5% antimony oxide, it reportedly can achieve a Class I flame-spread rating
A line of polyurethane resin systems with high glass-transition temperature (Tg) and low smoke and flame-spread ratings
is newly available in North America for use in high-temperature composites.