The listed Resene paint systems over the listed substrate have been fire tested using a cone calorimeter in accordance with ISO 5660 to determine Group Classification in accordance with New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) Verification Method C/VM2 Appendix A; National Construction Code (NCC) Volume One Specification C1.10 and A2.4 of the Building Code of Australia
Test reports give the Group rating determined by application of a paint system to a given substrate thickness. The same Group rating applies to the paint system applied to greater thicknesses of the substrate given in the test report.
The Group rating of a given substrate coated with a standard 3 coat acrylic paint system will be the same as the uncoated substrate.
It is considered that the resulting Group Classifications achieved by paint systems on fibre cement substrates would not be adversely affected if applied to a concrete substrate. Paint system applied at coverage rates not less than the minimum specified for the fibre cement substrate.
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