flame spread

flame spread

Flaming combustion along a surface (not to be confused with the transfer of flame by air currents).
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This results in reduced flame spread and smoke generation.
Is 15852/2009 Except For Soil Release Efficiency Test And Limited Flame Spread Index Test.
Additionally, small-scale test data can be used to estimate material pyrolysis and combustion properties for use as input in models with flame spread capabilities.
He says that the higher desired density of 20 pcf translated into more fuel in the E84 burn test, creating technical hurdles as far as retarding smoke generation and flame spread.
The flame spread behavior of nylon 6 and nanocomposites as very thin films (~0.
These cables meet stringent NFPA tests for flame spread and smoke for improved fire safety performance.
Instead of adding chemicals, the fabric is incorporated as an extra layer of protection during the manufacturing process, acting as a shield against flame spread and penetration.
Prior to the code approval of the use of low smoke and low flame spread cable in the return-air-plenum spaces, all cables had to be placed in metal conduit.
The system is composed of Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) resin, the only plastic piping material that meets the ASTM E-84 25/50 flame spread and smoke generation building and fire code requirements.
The project's cornerstone will be a research and materials testing laboratory that will be large enough to replicate a fire in some of the world's largest warehouses and measure the impact of flame spread and fire growth.
All components are Class 1 fire-rated for flame spread and smoke density.