Trial by Fire: Water-Resistive Barriers Must Now Pass Burn Test

From JPCL, September 2012

By Gary Henry


by Gary Henry

If you’re designing the exterior walls of a building of Type I, II, III or IV construction, 40 feet or higher, there’s a good chance it’ll have to undergo “trial by fire” — testing under NFPA (National Fire Protective Association) 285....
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Tagged categories: Air barriers; Barrier coatings; Building codes; Building Envelope; Fire; Water-resistive barrier

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