In both new construction and re-roof applications architects will specify a roof assembly that requires a particular fire rating. Fire ratings are typically Class A or B, A being the superior rating. A fire rating is achieved when products keep fire from penetrating through them for a certain amount of time. The science behind a fire rating goes much deeper than that of course, and if you wish to understand more about fire ratings we suggest you take a look at the information presented on this article. There are many different materials that you can use in order to achieve a fire rating. Some of them include Dens Deck cover board, coated glass poly iso or multiple layers of Atlas FR slip sheet, just to name of a few of the most prominent options. Solo slip sheet is unique in that a single layer will achieve a class A fire rating on a combustable deck. Here is some information on the product.
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