IMO 2010 FTPC Part 5 – Test for surface flammability
Surface flammability testing by IMO 2010 FTP Code Part 5 is to be performed on surface materials to assess their suitability for use in shipbuilding. The specimen is inserted in the specimen holder together with a substrate. It is vertically positioned during the test and is exposed to a heat radiation panel. The test is conducted with a pilot flame. The time of ignition, the spread of flame, extinguishment of flame, and burning droplets are observed and noted. Also, the following parameters are measured: - CFE = critical flux at extinguishment (kW/m2) - Qsb = heat for sustained burning (MJ/m2) - Qt = total heat release (MJ) - Qp = peak heat release rate (kW)
- Suitable sample matrices
- Products and materials for maritime use
- Minimum sample amount
- 795 mm x 155 mm x d, d < 50 mm (6 pcs)
- Quality system
- Accredited test method
- Method expert
- Price (VAT 0)
- 967 € per sample
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