What testing has Fiberon cladding passed?

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Fiber Composites, LLC (dba Fiberon) is the first leading wood-alternative decking manufacturer to be issued both a Florida Product Approval number (#21959) and a Texas Department of Insurance Product Evaluation (TDI MC-18) for use of its products in rainscreen cladding applications. See all testing evaluations below:

  • Performance Evaluation Report PER-17111
  • Florida Product Approval Number #21959
    Meets Florida Building Code Test protocols for High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ)
    • TAS 201-94 Large and small missile test standard: Design Pressure +120.0/-120.0 psf
    • TAS 202-94 Uniform structural load standard: Design Pressure +120.0/-120.0 psf
    • TAS 203-94 Uniform cyclic pressure test standard: Design Pressure +120.0/-120.0 psf
  • Texas Department of Insurance Product Evaluation (TDI-MC-18)
  • NFPA 268 Standard Test Method for Determining Ignitability of Exterior Wall Assemblies Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source (PASSED)
  • Approved for use in High Velocity Hurricane Zones (HVHZ)
  • In TAS tests, Fiberon Wildwood composite cladding surpassed capabilities of fiber-cement and engineered wood claddings.

FLORIDA PRODUCT APPROVAL NUMBER

Set by the state of Florida for all construction trades. Products with this designation have been approved for use throughout Florida, including in Hurricane Zones. Specifiers should request the Product Approval page as evidence of approval. Once a product has been awarded a Florida product approval number, no state building commission can require additional testing, evaluation, or documentation. To learn more, visit https://www.floridabuilding.org

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE PRODUCT EVALUATION

Approval means our product has been evaluated for compliance with the wind loads specified in the International Residential Code (IRC) and the International Building Code (IBC). To learn more, visit http://www.tdi.texas.gov

NFPA 268 Standard Test Method for Determining Ignitability of Exterior Wall Assemblies Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source. Used for code and other regulatory purposes, specification and design purposes, and research and development activities. Conducted under controlled laboratory conditions, this is a testing methodology to measure and describe the ignitability characteristics of exterior wall assemblies and their potential of contributing to fire growth. Fiberon cladding products meet the standard.

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