Hi all - I am currently reviewing an ESFR sprinkler protection of compressed, rolled-mattresses in cartons.
During a fire, once the carton burns, the mattresses will be able to retrieve, at least partially, its initial uncompressed configuration. Considering this, I'm skeptical about it being classified as a cartoned unexpanded plastic.
It seems to me that the proper classification should be cartoned expanded plastics, as I've found nothing justifying this optimistic opinion.
Do you have an opinion on how this should be properly classified, or how you would view it?
I'd love to hear about your point of view on the subject and choices made for similar projects.
Thanks and regards.
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