Following high-profile apartment fires like the Neo200 fire in Melbourne, there has been a focus on combustible cladding in Australia. In response, the Building Code of Australia was updated to reflect a number of advanced requirements pertaining to fire safety. When specifying fire-rated interior linings, it’s imperative for specifiers to know that the products will be fit for purpose and not swapped out with non-compliant variations. The best way to do this is to specify by name.

Download this whitepaper for a detailed overview of how product-specific specifications can ensure compliance, providing peace of mind for designers and specifiers. 

 

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