Fire Rated Sheets
Fire Rated Polycarbonate Sheet
This polycarbonate sheet variant is our entry level option, specially treated to resist flames.
Fire Rated Polycarbonate for Building & Construction
With its superior fire resistance, it is ideal for use in building and construction projects that necessitate adherence to stringent fire safety regulations.
Fire Rated Polycarbonate Security Window
These security windows, made from Fire Rated Polycarbonate, offer enhanced fire resistance without compromising on security.
Made of polycarbonate sheet or film, high impact resistance
Optical grade clear, up to 92% light transmission
Permanent Anti-fog, washable, thermoformable, bendable
high level hardness, anti-abrasion and hard coated
Fire Resistance: Specifically treated to resist flames.
Heat Resistance: Can withstand high temperatures.
Durable: Known for its high impact resistance.
Transparency: Offers clear visibility with high light transmission.
Lightweight and Easy to Install: Allows for quick and hassle-free installation.
Excelite Fire Rated Polycarbonate Sheet is designed to meet the International Building Code (IBC) Class A flammability requirements for interior wall and ceiling applications. It serves as an excellent material for wall and ceiling finishes, barriers, dividers, and decorative panels. Key applications include:
Construction industry: Useful for façade cladding, skylights, lighting roofs, partitions.
Transportation: Ideal for commercial buildings, train windows, and metros.
Electronics industry: Serves as screens and touch screens.
Medical industry: Finds application in hospital operating rooms, isolation wards, chemical laboratories.
Fire-Retardant Screening: Offers enhanced fire safety.
Testing of Fire Rated polycarbonate sheet
There are a variety of flammability tests that can be conducted on a material, in this case polycarbonate, to determine its flame rating. Depending on your project or application, the flame retardant sheeting you require must possess specific capabilities. For example, some applications require their polycarbonate materials to be self-extinguishing while others require their sheeting to meet certain levels of heat release or smoke toxicity when burned. Flammability tests for fire resistant plastic will help determine:
Capacity for self-extinguishing
Performance in a vertical and horizontal orientation