What building codes do all ACRYLITE® products meet?

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What building codes do all ACRYLITE® products meet?

ANSI Z 97.1, American National Standard for Safety Glazing Materials Used in Buildings

The following products meet this specification at the minimum thickness indicated:

ACRYLITE® extruded sheet 0.080"
ACRYLITE® Optical mar-resistant sheet 0.060"
ACRYLITE® cast sheet 0.080"
ACRYLITE® Resist 65 sheet 0.060"

Model Building Codes for use as a Light Transmitting Plastic

ACRYLITE® sheet and molding compounds are listed with the International Code Council in report ICC-ES ESR-1260.

†ACRYLITE Resist 45 sheet in thicknesses 0.060" and 0.236" passes the requirements for CC2 classification per the necessary test reports
‡These values are not listed in the building code report
ACRYLITE® extruded sheet CC2 0.055" - 0.500"
ACRYLITE® Optical mar-resistant sheet CC2 0.060" - 0.500"
ACRYLITE® cast sheet CC2 0.060" - 1.250"
ACRYLITE® Resist 45 sheet
ACRYLITE® Resist 65 sheet CC2 0.060" - 0.236"
ACRYLITE® LED sign grade sheet CC2 0.118", 0.177"

NY City MEA #s:

ACRYLITE® cast (GP) sheet 144-80-M

ACRYLITE® extruded (FF) sheet 145-80-M

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Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Materials

The following products were suitable for use (under original version of this standard, written in 1977) under 16.CFR.1201, Cagetories I&II (ACRYLITE® GP sheet, ACRYLITE® GAR sheet, ACRYLITE® FF sheet, ACRYLITE® AR sheet).

Note: The tests prescribed for this specification no longer apply to plastic materials because they have been found to be "not reasonably necessary to eliminate or reduce risk of injury" (Federal Regulation Vol. 47 #124, Monday, June 28, 1982 p. 27856). Therefore, all plastic materials are suitable for use under this application.

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