What Canadian building codes do ACRYLITE® acrylic products meet?

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What Canadian building codes do ACRYLITE® acrylic products meet?

Based on the National Building Code of Canada, the following testing is required: CAN / ULC S102.2 – M88, Standard Method of Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Flooring, Floor Covering, and Miscellaneous Materials for flame spread and smoke developed ratings. Please be sure to check with the applicable Provincial, County, and Municipal Building Code Authorities, as additional test requirements or use restrictions beyond those in the National Building Code of Canada may be required in some situations. Results for Roehm America LLC’s Sheet Products are provided in the table below.

CAN / ULC S102.2 – M88

Standard Method of Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Flooring, Floor Covering, and Miscellaneous Materials

MATERIAL THICKNESS (MM) FLAME SPREAD (C1) SMOKE DEVELOPED
Red Oak   100 100
Asbestos   0 0
ACRYLITE® extruded acrylic sheet 2.0 145 250
  3.0 145 250
  6.0 100 450
ACRYLITE® cast acrylic sheet 3.0 140 350
  3.2 140 350
  6.0 110 500
  6.4 110 500
ACRYLITE® Resist 65 acrylic sheet 1.5 143 105
  6.0 116 345
ACRYLITE® LED sign grade acrylic sheet 4.5 94 288

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