1. What does Class A fire retardant mean?
Answer: Class A in regard to fire retardant substrates (materials) refers to flame spread rating of 0 to 25 based on test method ASTM E84 Standard. ASTM is an abbreviation for Amercan Standard for Testing Materials. A Class A rating is the most specified in building fire codes. Other designations are Class B flame spread 26 to 75 and Class C 76 to 200. Other designations UL723, NFPS 255, ULC.
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