Could Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer materials be considered non-combustible? For this project it's intended to be used as an interior building material.
NFPA 130 & NFPA 101 definition of non-combustible material:
4.7 Non-combustible material
A material that complies with any of the following shall be considered a noncombustible material [101:22.214.171.124].
Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer (FRP) materials can meet the following minimum standards for flammability:
Can this material be considered an equivalent to non-combustible material?
While Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer (FRP) materials have an excellent fire resistance rating under ASTM and UL tests, it is not specifically classified as non-combustible under ASTM E136.
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