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DIN Fire behaviour of building materials and elements – Classification of building materials – Requirements and testing.
Information about DIN 4102, part 1, B2
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American Society for Testing and Materials. Classification of building materials Requirements and testing.
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German DIN (B1)
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Transportation Association of Canada.
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American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fire classification of construction products and building elements- Part1: