Fire Retardant BS476 : part 7 : 1997 Class 2
Our GRP Fire Retardant profiles are to Fire Retardant BS476 : part 7 : 1997 Class 2 specification. They have an E modulus of E23 if they are over 5mm thick and they are also NON Halogenated. Therefore they will not omit toxic fumes if they do catch fire. These are generally used in areas where there is a high risk if a fire should establish itself.
Other profiles available to order in Fire Retardant Class 2 BS476.
|Stock Code||Profile Type||Weight kg/m||Length mm||Colours Available|
|Flat Strips – (G)|
|Angles – (G)|
|U profiles – (G)|
|Boxes – (G & Y)|
|I beams & wide flange (H) beams – (G)|
|Hand rails – (G & Y)|
|HR690IG/Y||Handrail (fits 51 box)||1.45||6||Grey|
|WT606IG/Y||Toe Rail (150*15*3)||1.28||6||Grey|
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|Units||Property Data||Property Data|
|E 23 Grade||E 17 Grade|
|Full section modulus||GPa||23||17|
|Tensile strength (axial)||MPa||240||170|
|Tensile strength (transverse)||MPa||50||30|
|Tensile Modulus (axial)||GPa||23||17|
|Tensile Modulus (transverse)||GPa||7||5|
|Flexural strength (axial)||MPa||240||170|
|Flexural strength (transverse)||MPa||100||70|
|Pin bearing strength||MPa||70||50|
Additional Generic Physical Property Data
|Water Absorption||%||1.0 max|
|Coeff. of thermal expansion||deg C x 10 -6||6-10|
|Coeff. of thermal conductivity||W/m deg C||0.3-0.35|
- 6 metres as standard
- Can be cut to suit
- Immediate delivery from stock
- More Profiles available but not stocked
- Pultruded Profiles: Grey
- Handrails and Ladder Profiles: Grey/Yellow
- Other RAL colours available on request
Available to be made in the following Resin Options:
- Fire retardant to BS476
- Pt7 Class 1
- Pt7 Class 2
- Low smoke
- Low toxicity
Are they retardant to BS476 Class 2?
Our stocked profiles are fire retardant to BS476 class 2 and are non-halogenated. We are able to manufacture BS476 class 1 on request.
Do you provide next-day deliveries?
In most cases, we are able to provide next-day deliveries. If your order is urgent, we would recommend calling us directly and getting in touch with our friendly team to make us fully aware. We will always do what we can to get products delivered to you on a next-day-delivery and prices will be dependent on volume.
What are the colours available?
The main colour of Fire-Retardant Profiles that we have in stock is Grey.
What sectors do you serve?
We serve a multitude of sectors including transport, manufacturing, construction, marine, railway, leisure, renewable energy, electrical, telecommunications, water, and many more.
Are GRP fire retardant profiles suitable for outdoor applications?
Yes, GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) fire retardant profiles are generally suitable for outdoor applications. However, their suitability depends on various factors, including the specific type of GRP material used and the environmental conditions they will be exposed to. Considerations may include; material selection, UV resistance, and maintenance.
Can GRP fire retardant profiles be customised?
Yes, GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) fire retardant profiles can typically be customised to meet your specific project requirements. Here at Engineered Composites, we provide a high level of flexibility with customisation. Some common ways in which GRP fire retardant profiles can be customised include; size, shape, colour, accessories and attachments.
How are GRP fire retardant profiles made fire-resistant?
GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) fire retardant profiles are made fire-resistant through a combination of materials, additives, and manufacturing techniques. The goal is to reduce the flammability and enhance the fire resistance of the profiles.
How are GRP fire retardant profiles different from regular GRP profiles?
GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) fire retardant profiles differ from regular GRP profiles primarily in their ability to resist fire and meet specific fire safety standards. Regular GRP profiles do not possess these fire-resistant properties and can potentially support combustion. Fire retardant profiles are used in applications where fire safety is a critical concern, while regular GRP profiles may be used in non-fire-sensitive environments.
What is the lifespan of GRP fire retardant profiles?
The lifespan of GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) fire retardant profiles can vary depending on several factors, including the quality of materials used, environmental conditions, maintenance practices, and the specific application. However, well-maintained profiles in moderate environments can often last for several decades. For more information or to receive your quotation today, please call us today at 01244 676000 or use our online contact form and we'll get back to you promptly.
Why choose Engineered Composites?
Engineered Composites have been the leading supplier of high-quality GRP products including Fire Retardant Profiles. Trading for over three decades, we have the expertise and wealth of knowledge required to ensure you get the quality and quantity of GRP products that you need.
– Price dependant on volume
– Next day delivery in most cases
– Structural Profiles are stocked in Grey with some shapes also stocked in Yellow
– For joining Pultruded Profiles please contact us.
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