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Black Flame Retardant Rubber

Black Flame Retardant Rubber to EN45545 HL3
Independently tested by Warrington Fire UK

 

PROPERTIES

TEST METHOD

 

VALUES

TEST METHOD

VALUES

FPS UNITS

METRIC UNITS

SPECIFIC GRAVITY

DIN 53508

1.45 ± 0.05

ASTM D297

1.45 ± 0.05

HARDNESS

DIN 53505

70 ± 5 Sh A

ASTM D2240

70 ± 5 Sh A

TENSILE STRENGTH ( min )

DIN 53504

995 PSI

ASTM D412

70 kg/cm2

ELONGATION AT BREAK ( min )

DIN 53504

400%

ASTM D412

400%

COMPRESSION SET (70ºC/24  hrs/25% set) (max)

DIN 53517

25%

ASTM D395 METHOD B

 

25%

TEAR RESISTANCE (Angular) min

DIN 53515

112 Lbs/Inch

ASTM D624

20 Kg/cm

CHANGE IN PROPERTIES

 

 

 

 

HEAT AGEING (168 hrs. AT 85ºC )

 

 

ASTM D573

 

— HARDNESS (Pts)

 

+ 10 (Max)

 

+ 10 (Max)

— TENSILE STRENGTH (%)

 

+ 15 / -15

 

+ 15 / -15

— ELONGATION AT BREAK (%)

 

+ 10 / -30

 

+ 10 / -30

POLYMER

 

100 % EPDM

 

100 % EPDM

 OZONE 200 PPHM 96 H 40ºC 20 %

 

NO CRACKS

ASTM D 1149

NO CRACKS

HAZARD LEVEL

EN 45 545

HL1

HL2

HL3

FIRE RESISTANCE 

BS 476, Part 7  Vehicle cat. La acc.

To BS 6853

CLASS 2

   

BS 476, Part 7

Vehicle cat. La acc.

To BS 6853

CLASS 2

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE

 

 

 

 

— OZONE

 

VERY GOOD

 

VERY GOOD

— DILUTE ACIDS AND BASES

 

GOOD

 

GOOD

— CONCENTRATED ACIDS AND

 

MEDIUM

 

MEDIUM

BASES

— OILS

 

MEDIUM

 

MEDIUM

TEMPERATURE RANGE

 

-30º to + 100ºC

 

-30º to + 100ºC

COLOUR

 

 

 BLACK/ GREY/ BLUE

 

 

BLACK/ GREY/ BLUE

 

 

 

Warrington Fire Test for Determination of the Burning Behaviour of Floorings

Part 1 Determination of the Burning Behaviour Using a Radiant Heat Source

BS EN ISO 9239-1 2010

Objective: To Determine the performance of the following product when tested in accordance with BS EN ISO 9293-1: 2010

 

Generic Description

Product reference

Thickness

Weight per Unit

Area or density

Rubberised floor covering

For use in railway coaches

& metro coaches adhered

to a birch plywood

substrate

“ICF/MD/SPEC-354”

(Flooring Only)

14.89mm*

9.80kg/m²*

Individual Components used to manufacture composite

Rubber Flooring

“ICF/MD/SPEC-354”

2mm

2.5-3.4kg/m²

Adhesive

“Adhesive Fevicol SR 998 IS

& Fevicol Hardner C”

Unwilling to provide

Unwilling to provide

Plywood

“Birch Plywood (WBP grade)”

12mm

Unable to provide

*determined by Warrington Fire

 

Test Results:

Orientation of test specimens:                  No Direction

Average critical radiant flux        =             8.05W/M²

Average smoke development      =             28.92% Min

 

 

Warrington Fire Test for Determination of the Burning Behaviour of Floorings

Part 2 Determination of Optical Density by a Chamber Method and “T11:02” ( Gas Analysis in the Smoke Box ISO, Using FTIR Technique)

EN 45545-2: 2013 + A1: 2015

Objective: To Assess the results of tests performed in accordance with methods T04, T10.03 and T11.02 as defined in EN45545-2: 2013 + A1:2015 at and irradiance level of 25W/m² with a pilot flame, on specimens of a product and to provide and opinion of compliance with the requirements, as defined in EN 45545-2: 2013 + A1: 2015.

 

Generic Description

Product reference

Thickness

Weight per Unit

Area or density

Rubberised floor covering

For use in railway coaches

& metro coaches adhered

to a birch plywood

substrate

“ICF/MD/SPEC-354”

(Flooring Only)

14.89mm*

9.80kg/m²*

Individual Components used to manufacture composite

Rubber Flooring

“ICF/MD/SPEC-354”

2mm

2.5-3.4kg/m²

Adhesive

“Adhesive Fevicol SR 998 IS

& Fevicol Hardner C”

Unwilling to provide

Unwilling to provide

Plywood

“Birch Plywood (WBP grade)”

12mm

Unable to provide

*determined by Warrington Fire

 

Opinion: We consider the results of the tests confirmed in reports referenced 413221 and 413222 to the test methods detailed above demonstrate that the product as tested, complies with requirements, R10 ( detailed in table 5 of EN 45545-2: 2013 + A1: 2005) for a HL1, HL2 and HL3 hazard level classification.

 

 

Warrington Fire Test for Determination of the Burning Behaviour of Floorings

Part 2 Determination of Optical Density by a Chamber Method and “T11:02” ( Gas Analysis in the Smoke Box ISO, Using FTIR Technique)

EN 45545-2: 2013 + A1: 2015

Test Methods T10.03 & T11.02

Objective: To determine the toxic fume and optical density produced from the following product when tested in accordance with methods T10.03 and T11.02 as defined in BS EN 45545-2:2013 + A1: 2015 at an irradiance level of 25kW/M² with a plot flame.

 

Generic Description

Product reference

Thickness

Weight per Unit

Area or density

Rubberised floor covering

For use in railway coaches

& metro coaches adhered

to a birch plywood

substrate

“ICF/MD/SPEC-354”

(Flooring Only)

14.89mm*

9.80kg/m²*

Individual Components used to manufacture composite

Rubber Flooring

“ICF/MD/SPEC-354”

2mm

2.5-3.4kg/m²

Adhesive

“Adhesive Fevicol SR 998 IS

& Fevicol Hardner C”

Unwilling to provide

Unwilling to provide

Plywood

“Birch Plywood (WBP grade)”

12mm

Unable to provide

*determined by Warrington Fire

 

Summary of Test Results:

The average Ds(max) value determined within 10 minutes was 137

The average CIT value at four minutes was 0.10

The average CIT value at eight minutes was 0.23

 

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