Canadian Test Data

BXUV – Fire Resistance Ratings – ANSI/UL 263 BXUV7 – Fire Resistance Ratings – CAN/ULC-S101 Certified for Canada

Test Name: Design No. D603 BXUV D603 Fire-resistance Ratings – ANSI/UL 263
Location: UL
Test Date: 07.17.2017

Contego now has a UL intumescent deck assembly for corrugate pan decking that exceeds two hours. Restrained Assembly Rating — 1, 1-1/2 and 2 Hr. (See Items 2 and 7) Unrestrained Assembly Rating — 1, 1-1/2, and 2 Hr. (See Items 2 and 7) Unrestrained Beam Rating — 1, 1-1/2, and 2 Hr. (See Items 2 and 7)

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ASTM E-119  “Standard Methods of Fire Tests of Building Construction & Materials”
(UL-263, ULC-S101, ANSI A-2.1, NFPA 251 & UBC 7-1)

Beams & Columns at Omega Point, Revised at Intertek

Test Name:  ASTM E119-00a
Location: Omega, revised at Intertek
Test Date: 07.08.2005, revision date 8.17.2017

This was a test of various structural steel column sizes with different coating thicknesses. The lightest of the series was a W8x31 with only 50 mils of Contego, which lasted just over 1 hour. The heaviest specimen, a W12x106 with 74 mils never failed.

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ULc-S101 on Oriented Strand Board (OSB)  “Fire Resistance Test”

Location:       Intertek Laboratories, Coquitlam, BC CANADA

Test Date:     12.10.2011


This test is designed to run to 15 minutes but we ran it to just over 25 minutes delivering results better than any the laboratory technicians had ever seen from any intumescent product.

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ULc-S101/UL-263  “Full Scale on Structural Steel – 3 hours”

Location:       Intertek Laboratories, Coquitlam, BC CANADA

Test Date:     01.20.2012


This was a full scale test using two sizes of beams and decking with 4” of concrete. The concrete was placed in segmented panels with a 1” gap to avoid the supportive effect that would happen with one contiguous pour. It was then loaded with an additional 1038 lbs/lf using hydraulic jacks. The test went to 174 minutes restrained for the lighter beams and decking and 176 minutes for the heavier section.

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ULc-S102/UL-723  “Fire Resistance Test”

Location:       Intertek Laboratories, Coquitlam, BC CANADA

Test Date:     12.21.2011


We tested our thinnest specimen yet (3/8”) of OSB with our thinnest coat ever (8 mils dft) and still got Flame Spread and Smoke Production stats of 5×40.

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