Building Materials Non Combustibility performance
Non Combustibility Tester
This test specifies a procedure for determining whether or not a material will contribute directly to fire development and is relevant to classification of all building products (including floorings) into classes A1 and A2.
750±5℃ temperature automatically control by PID and Power controller.
Provided with stabilized voltage supply for more quick temperature stabilization.
Equipped with 3 thermocouples, for temperature in furnace, specimen center, and specimen surface respectively.
IMO：FTPC Part 1
Reaction to fire tests-Ignitability of building products subjected to direct impingement of flame
Automatic Ignitability Building Materials Flammability Tester
It is Building Materials Ignitability Tester, to determine the ignitability of building products subjected to direct impingement of vertical
1The burner diameter is Φ0.17mm, the Bunsen burner flame length is 20mm±2mm, and the burner can be tilted 45°.
2 apply flame (1s-99 s) ±0.5s to the sample, which can be adjusted arbitrarily with an accuracy of ±0.2s.
3. Combustible gas source: propane with a purity of more than 95%.
Test Method for Density of Smoke from the Burning or Decomposition of Plastics
Building Materials Smoke Density Tester
Smoke density tester can measure the smoke density of burning or decomposition of plastics.
The red letter “EXIT” font on the bottom of the box is installed and the tester can discriminate the clear and fuzzy state of the sample through the transparent observation window;
ASTM D2843 GB 8627-1988
Building Materials Heat Release Test method
Cone Calorimeter measures heat release rate(H.R.R), smoke release, ignition time, oxygen consumption, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide generation and mass loss rate when specimen is exposed to resource of conical heater.
Product parameters of the Cone Calorimeter
|Power supply voltage||AC220V AC 50Hz|
|Maximum operating power||≥5KW|
|Cone heater power||≤5KW|
|Heat output heat||0~120KW/m2|
|The maximum placement of the sample box||100mm × 100mm × 50mm|
|Exhaust flow rate||0.012m3/s~0.035 m3/s (adjustable)|
|Timing value resolution||1s error <1s/n|
|Oxygen analysis||paramagnetic oxygen analyzer, concentration range 0-25%|
|Smoke density analysis||(optional)|
|Infrared analyzer||CO: 0-1% CO2: 0-10% (optional)|
ASTM：ASTM D6113，ASTM E1354，ASTM E1740，ASTM F1550
EN：EN 45545-2: 2013
Test method for Flooring Panel.
Radiant Flooring Panel Test Apparatus
This method is applicable to all types of flooring. e.g. textile carpet, cork, wood, rubber and plastics coverings as well as coatings. Results obtained by this method reflect the performance of the flooring, including any substrate if used. Modifications of the backing, bonding to a substrate, underlay or other changes of the flooring may affect test results.
It is cable to the measurement and description of the properties of floorings in response to heat and flame under controlled laboratory conditions. It should not be used alone to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire risk of floorings under actual fire conditions.
The radiant panel generates a radiant energy flux distribution ranging from a nominal maximum of 10.9 kW/m2 to a minimum of 1.1 kW/m2.
5. Dummy calibration specimen with holder, calibrated heat flux meter and mounting.
6. The distance burned until flame-out is reached and converted, by calibration, into an equivalent critical radiant flux, in kW/m2.
7. Heat Flux Meter: Range: 0 ~ 50 kw/m2; Surface emissivity: ε=0.95± 0.05
Post time: Sep-28-2019