A fire retardant AVCL with European Fire Classification A2
DuPont™ AirGuard® A2 FR enhances the building fabric in terms of airtightness, energy efficiency and moisture management, improving indoor air quality and providing exceptional fire safety to the building and its occupants.
DuPont™ AirGuard® A2 FR
Surpassing the Fire Regulations
Today the fire performance of materials used in buildings is under closer scrutiny than ever before and the regulations continue to be updated. DuPont has introduced a step change in their building membranes offering: a fire retardant AVCL with European Fire Classification A2.
Membrane & Tape System – Independent Classification: A2-s1,d0
For DuPont™ AirGuard® A2 FR AVCL to provide effective airtightness and vapour control it is crucial that all laps, junctions and penetrations are sealed. In order to give assurance that a complete system is ‘fire-safe,’ a full system test, including horizontal lap sealing with Tyvek® 2060M Tape has been successfully tested according EN 13501-1 at the Prüfinstitut Hoch -> Classification Report, KB-Hoch-200148, 4th March 2020.
|Fire Classification surpasses all national building regulations and standards for construction materials used in walls in the UK and Ireland||
|Tested and classified for free-span, on mineral wool slab, gypsum plasterboard or fibre cement board||
|Exceptional tear and tensile strength characteristics||
|CE Marking (BBA certification pending)||
|Mass per unit area||EN 1849-2||g/m2||165|
|Water tightness||EN 1928 (A)||pass / no pass||pass|
|Reaction to fire (EN13501-1)||EN ISO 11925-2||class||A2-s1, d0|
|Maximum tensile force (MD)||EN 12311-2||N/50mm||800|
|Elongation at max. tensile force (MD)||EN 12311-2||%||4|
|Maximum tensile force (XD)||EN 12311-2||N/50mm||800|
|Elongation at max. tensile force (XD)||EN 12311-2||%||4|
|Resistance to tearing MD (nail shank)||EN 12310-1||N||170|
|Resistance to tearing XD (nail shank)||EN 12310-1||N||150|