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BS 476 - 22
Warringtonfire
This test was carried out on a composite plastic front door set sprayed with 1.5mm of ZENOVA FP. This was a retrofit test on an older door to determine cost-saving viability of painting with ZENOVA FP vs. replacing with new doors.
The door reached 55 minutes without penetration of flame or excessive heat. This concluded that the additional paint applied improved the longevity and integrity of the door thus increasing its fire resistance performance.
UL 723, CAN/ULC S102
Intertek
This test was carried out on 5/8 in. thick plywood painted with ZENOVA FP at a paint thickness of 1.3 mm.
This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA FP stops flame spread and does not contribute significantly to smoke development. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.
BS EN ISO 11925-2: 2020
Warringtonfire
This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood painted with ZENOVA FP at a paint thickness of 0.75mm.
This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA FP stops flame spread. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.
BS EN 13823:2020
Warringtonfire
This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood painted with ZENOVA FP at a paint thickness of 0.75mm.
This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA FP made the plywood fire resistant.
EN 13501-1: 2018
Warringtonfire
This BS EN 13501-1 classification is the very latest standard now adopted by building regulators, superseding BS 476 Class 0. Class 0 is an old, out of date national product classification which is based on two, small-scale tests on individual products or materials (BS 476-6 and -7), which only deal with the spread of flames over the surface of a material. Class 0 and the BS 476 tests do not measure the combustibility of a material. Updates to Approved Document B to the Building Regulations over recent years have seen a switch from National classifications being preferred, to European Classification (EN 13501-1) being the required level of performance. The BS EN 13501-1 classification is achieved as a result of completing current, far superior, combustibility tests as per BS EN 13823:2020 and BS EN ISO 11925-2:2020.
ZENOVA FP was applied in both tests at a thickness of just 0.75mm on highly combustible plywood to achieve the outstanding Reaction to fire classification: B - s2, d0.

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EN 13501-1: 2018

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Warringtonfire

Description:

This BS EN 13501-1 classification is the very latest standard now adopted by building regulators, superseding BS 476 Class 0. Class 0 is an old, out of date national product classification which is based on two, small-scale tests on individual products or materials (BS 476-6 and -7), which only deal with the spread of flames over the surface of a material. Class 0 and the BS 476 tests do not measure the combustibility of a material. Updates to Approved Document B to the Building Regulations over recent years have seen a switch from National classifications being preferred, to European Classification (EN 13501-1) being the required level of performance.
 
The BS EN 13501-1 classification is achieved as a result of completing current, far superior, combustibility tests as per BS EN 13823:2020 and BS EN ISO 11925-2:2020. 

Results:

ZENOVA FP was applied in both tests at a thickness of just 0.75mm on highly combustible plywood to achieve the outstanding Reaction to fire classification: B – s2, d0.

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ASTM C1371, ASTM C1549, ASTM E1980

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Intertek

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This test was carried out on metal panels painted with ZENOVA IP at a paint thickness of 0.78mm.
 
The BS EN 13501-1 classification is achieved as a result of completing current, far superior, combustibility tests as per BS EN 13823:2020 and BS EN ISO 11925-2:2020. 

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This concluded that ZENOVA IP has a high solar reflectance and high thermal emittance.

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BS 476 – 22

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Warringtonfire

Description:

This test was carried out on a composite plastic front door set sprayed with 1.5mm of ZENOVA FP. This was a retrofit test on an older door to determine cost-saving viability of painting with ZENOVA FP vs. replacing with new doors.

Results:

The door reached 55 minutes without penetration of flame or excessive heat. This concluded that the additional paint applied improved the longevity and integrity of the door thus increasing its fire resistance performance.

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UL 723, CAN/ULC S102

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Intertek

Description:

This test was carried out on 5/8 in. thick plywood painted with ZENOVA FP at a paint thickness of 1.3 mm.

Results:

This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA FP stops flame spread and does not contribute significantly to smoke development. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.

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BS EN ISO 11925-2: 2020

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Warringtonfire

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 This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood painted with ZENOVA FP at a paint thickness of 0.75mm.

Results:

 This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA FP stops flame spread. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.

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BS EN 13823:2020

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Warringtonfire

Description:

 This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood painted with ZENOVA FP at a paint thickness of 0.75mm.

Results:

 This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA FP made the plywood fire resistant.

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EN 13501-1: 2018
Warringtonfire
This BS EN 13501-1 classification is the very latest standard now adopted by building regulators, superseding BS 476 Class 0. Class 0 is an old, out of date national product classification which is based on two, small-scale tests on individual products or materials (BS 476-6 and -7), which only deal with the spread of flames over the surface of a material. Class 0 and the BS 476 tests do not measure the combustibility of a material. Updates to Approved Document B to the Building Regulations over recent years have seen a switch from National classifications being preferred, to European Classification (EN 13501-1) being the required level of performance.
ZENOVA IP was applied at a thickness of just 0.5mm on plasterboard to achieve the outstanding Reaction to fire classification: B - s1, d0.
EN 11925-2
Warringtonfire
This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood painted with ZENOVA IP at a paint thickness of 2mm.
This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA IP did not enhance flame spread. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.
ASTM C1371, ASTM C1549, ASTM E1980
Intertek
This test was carried out on metal panels painted with ZENOVA IP at a paint thickness of 0.78mm.
This concluded that ZENOVA IP has a high solar reflectance and high thermal emittance.
BS EN 13823:2020
Warringtonfire
This test was carried out on 12.5mm dry, untreated plasterboard painted with ZENOVA IP at a paint thickness of 0.5mm.
This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA IP made the plasterboard fire resistant.

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EN 13501-1: 2018

Testing Agency:

Warringtonfire

Description:

This BS EN 13501-1 classification is the very latest standard now adopted by building regulators, superseding BS 476 Class 0. Class 0 is an old, out of date national product classification which is based on two, small-scale tests on individual products or materials (BS 476-6 and -7), which only deal with the spread of flames over the surface of a material. Class 0 and the BS 476 tests do not measure the combustibility of a material. Updates to Approved Document B to the Building Regulations over recent years have seen a switch from National classifications being preferred, to European Classification (EN 13501-1) being the required level of performance.

Results:

ZENOVA IP was applied at a thickness of just 0.5mm on plasterboard to achieve the outstanding Reaction to fire classification: B – s1, d0.

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ASTM C131, ASTM C1549, ASTM E1980

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Intertek

Description:

This test was carried out on metal panels painted with ZENOVA IP at a paint thickness of 0.78mm.

Results:

This concluded that ZENOVA IP has a high solar reflectance and high thermal emittance.

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EN 11925-2

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Warringtonfire

Description:

This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood painted with ZENOVA IP at a paint thickness of 2mm.

Results:

This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA IP did not enhance flame spread. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.

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BS EN 13823:2020

Description:

This test was carried out on 12.5mm dry, untreated plasterboard painted with ZENOVA IP at a paint thickness of 0.5mm.

Results:

This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA IP made the plasterboard fire resistant.

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Thermal Conductivity in compliance with ISO 22007-2

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Since the test apparatus required a certain thickness to accurately determine the thermal conductivity value, the Zenova IP sample was loaded into a mold in 3 layers to achieve a thickness of 6mm.

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The average thermal conductivity value when taken from 5 measurements in different areas of the sample was recorded as 0.216 W/mK, which proves that ZENOVA IP has low thermal conductivity.

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EN 11925-2
Warringtonfire
This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood with a troweled application of ZENOVA IR at a thickness of 5mm.
This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA IR did not enhance flame spread. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.
EN 13823
Warringtonfire
This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood with a troweled application of ZENOVA IR at a thickness of 5mm.
This concluded that the application of ZENOVA IR made the plywood fire resistant with no lateral flame spread to the end of the specimen and no falling flame particles.
Thermal Conductivity in compliance with ISO 22007-2
TAL (Thermal Analysis Labs)
This test was carried out on a 5mm sample to determine the thermal conductivity value of ZENOVA IR.
The average thermal conductivity value when taken from 5 samples was recorded as 0.0728 W/mK, which proves that ZENOVA IR has very low thermal conductivity.
ASTM C518-17
Intertek
This test was carried out on three (3) 9mm samples to determine the thermal conductivity value of ZENOVA IR.
The average thermal conductivity value when taken from three (3) samples was recorded as 0.069 W/mK, which proves that ZENOVA IR has very low thermal conductivity.
ASTM C1371, ASTM C1549, ASTM E1980
Intertek
This test was carried out on a metal panel coated with ZENOVA IR at a thickness of 5mm.
This concluded that ZENOVA IR has a high solar reflectance and high thermal emittance.

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ASTM C1371, ASTM C1549, ASTM E1980

Testing Agency:

Intertek

Description:

This test was carried out on a metal panel coated with ZENOVA IR at a thickness of 5mm.

Results:

This concluded that ZENOVA IR has a high solar reflectance and high thermal emittance.

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EN 11925-2

Testing Agency:

Warringtonfire

Description:

This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood with a troweled application of ZENOVA IR at a thickness of 5mm.

Results:

This concluded that the addition of ZENOVA IR did not enhance flame spread. Most modern homes are filled with furniture and fixtures made from materials that enhance flame spread.

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EN 13823

Testing Agency:

Warringtonfire

Description:

This test was carried out on 9mm dry, untreated plywood with a troweled application of ZENOVA IR at a thickness of 5mm.

Results:

This concluded that the application of ZENOVA IR made the plywood fire resistant with no lateral flame spread to the end of the specimen and no falling flame particles.

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Thermal Conductivity in compliance with ISO 22007-2

Testing Agency:

TAL (Thermal Analysis Labs)

Description:

This test was carried out on a 5mm sample to determine the thermal conductivity value of ZENOVA IR.

Results:

The average thermal conductivity value when taken from 5 samples was recorded as 0.0728 W/mK, which proves that ZENOVA IR has very low thermal conductivity.

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ASTM C518-17

Testing Agency:

Intertek

Description:

This test was carried out on three (3) 9mm samples to determine the thermal conductivity value of ZENOVA IR.

Results:

The average thermal conductivity value when taken from three (3) samples was recorded as 0.069 W/mK, which proves that ZENOVA IR has very low thermal conductivity.

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