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Second wall cladding system passes latest government fire safety tests


Latest Cladding Systems Pass Fire Safety Tests The latest wall cladding combination tested as part of the government’s series of large-scale fire safety tests has passed and meets current Building Regulations guidance. This fifth test was of a wall cladding system consisting of Aluminium Composite material (ACM) cladding with a limited …

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Government fire safety testing programme continues with another failure

Government Fire Safety Testing Reveals another Failure Earlier this evening it was reported that the second in the government’s series of fire safety tests of cladding and insulation combinations has been completed. the following comes direct from The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) Goverments Cladding and Insulation Fire Safety …

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Grenfell Tower Fire Official Statement from BRUFMA

Grenfell Tower Fire BRUFMA Official Conference Statement

Today at the BRUFMA Conference in the Building Centre London, the Chief Executive of the British Rigid Urethane Foam Manufacturer’s Association (BRUFMA) Simon Storer made the following statement regarding the recent Grenfell Tower Fire. Here is the statement in full: Grenfell Tower Fire Delivered by Chief Executive Simon Storer Statement …

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FSF renews calls for ADB review with new campaign brochure

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The Fire Sector Federation is continuing its long-running campaign for a review of Approved Document B (ADB) to the Building Regulations, following the tragic Grenfell Tower fire The Federation has produced a brochure, “Why does Approved Document B need to be reviewed?” which had been scheduled for launch at Firex …

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Grenfell Tower Fire: Statement from the Fire Federation

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Grenfell Tower Fire: Statement from the Fire Sector Federation The Fire Sector Federation (FSF) wishes to send its condolences to all those affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy. We also wish to praise the fire service for its prompt and professional response. Although a fire on such a scale is …

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