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    • American Boston BFD IX 1
    • A very severe vertical flame test which measures the ignition resistance of a 4" x 12" specimen when exposed to 6" propane torch flame for 10 seconds. After flame, flame propagation distance and afterglow (propagating and non-propagating) are measured.
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    • American NFPA 255 / ASTM E 84
    • The purpose of the test is to provide a comparative measurement of surface flame spread and smoke development of materials with that of a select grade red oak and reinforced cement board under a specific fire exposure conditions.
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    • Chinese GB 20286
    • The burning behavior of fire retarding products and subassemblies in public places is assessed.
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    • German DIN 4102 (B1)
    • For German DIN 4102 (B1), a material is classified as B1 if it fulfils the requirements of a B2-test and the ‘fire shaft’ test.
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    • Italian UNI 9175 (Classe Uno)
    • The combustion of upholstered furniture is evaluated in presence of or without flame and/or glow. This gives an indication of the reaction to fire of furniture exposed to a small ignition source.
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    • American NY Port Authority FAR Part 25.853 1992
    • A vertical flame test which measures the ignition resistance of a 12" x 12" restrain specimen when subjected to 1.5" flame for 12 seconds. Char legnth, after flame and drip burn are measured.
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    • Australian New Zealand AS 1530 part 3
    • Ignitability, flame propagation, heat release and smoke release are determined simultaneously by means of a vertical heat source.
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    • British BS 7176
    • Specification for resistance to ignition of upholstered furniture for non-domestic seating by testing composites. This standard refers to the test standards British BS 5852 source 0, 1,5 (Cigarette, Match) and (Crib 5), BS European EN 1021 Part 1 and 2-1 or BS European EN 1021 Part 1 and 2-2, depending on the end-use environment involved.
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    • Canadian CAN/ULC S109
    • A flame is applied to a vertically oriented test fabric to determine the burning behaviour. The test provides a mean to determine the relative response to flame of fabrics under low intensities of fire exposure.
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    • Swiss SNV 198898
    • The flammability and smoke density are determined, respectively according to SN 198'898 and VKF. The first determines the burning behavior of a vertically oriented fabric, the latter assesses the smoke development of a fabric that is completely burnt down in a test chamber.
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    • Taiwanese CNS 10285 L3196
    • The flame retardancy properties of thin building materials, thin plywoods and textile products are tested.
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