No toxic gas occurrence and helps create an environmentally friendly product.
The new non-combustible mineral core material is ideally suited for high-rise construction and has passed the various fire safety codes that are required throughout the world.
 
Produced under the feed block roll injection system, not a pressing system, which allows the superiority in flatness to be maintained.
 
Cutting, bending, grooving, curving are very easily accomplished with aluminum working machines.
 
PVdF pre-coated surface, not sprayed, allows ALCOTEX/FR to retain excellent color consistency and to diversify colors by elimination of the color inequality and surface uneveness.
 
A light and strong sheet material with an apparent specific gravity of 1.2 to 2.0, reducing weight by 40% (ALCOTEX) to 15% (ALCOTEX/FR) compared with solid aluminum sheet with equivalent rigidity.
 
 
Standards Subject Result
ASTM E 119  Fire Test of Building Construction and Materials One and Two hour rated wall assembly successfully passed
UBC 26-9  ISMA Test,
Intermediate-Scale Multistory Apparatus
Passed
UBC 26-3  Form Plastic System Passed
UPITT TOXICTY TEST  Investigation of the Toxic Potency of Combustion Products Passed
ASTM E 84  Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials Flame Spread Index : 0
Smoke Developed Index : =< 5
ASTM E 162  Surface Flammability of Materials Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source Flame Spread Index
Average : 0
Range : 0 to 0
ASTM E 648  Critical Radiant Flux of Floor-Covering Systems Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source No Ignition
No Smoke
ASTM D 635  Time of Burning of Self-Supporting Plastics in a Horizontal Position No Average Time Burning (ATB)
No Average Extent of Burning (AEB)
ASTM E 662  Specific Optical Density of Smoke Generated by Solid materials Flaming : 18.20
Non-flaming : 0.69
ASTM D 1929  Determining Ignition Temperature of Plastics Spontaneous ignition Temperature
STI : 450℃ (842 F)
Flash Ignition Temperature
FTI : 440℃ (824 F)
ASTM D 2015  Gross Calorific Value of Coal and Coke by the Adiabatic Bomb Calorimeter 4,080 BTU/lb
▶ ASTM : American Society for Testing and Materials
▶ UBC : Uniform Building Code Standard