Non-combustible roof and wall insulation

Vapour Tech Non-Combustible Wall Wrap
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Features and Benefits

Bushfire Attack Levels

Complies with AS 3959-2018 Construction of buildings in bushfire-prone areas for use in all BALs.

Seek independent advice regarding the selection of pliable building membranes prior to installation in the BAL design.

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Product Details

Product CodeDutyThicknessWidthLengthArea per roll
CF-45Extra Heavy Duty1500 mm30 m45 m²

CeaseFire® is suitable for all NCC building classes in commercial and single or multi-storey residential fire resisting external wall constructions in regions of Australia south of the Tropic of Capricorn (ABCB climate zones 2-8), where both condensation management (NCC Vol. One F6.2) and non-combustible construction (NCC Vol. One C1.9 and Vol 2, C3.7.1.1) are required.
For ABCB Climate Zone 1 and north of the Tropic of Capricorn in climate zone 2, substitute with FireSark™ Vapour Barrier sarking and wall wrap.

Tile / Metal Roof
22° pitched tile roof, unventilated attic

RT 0.6

RT 0.7
AAC Panel Cladding
fixed to battens
RT 3.5RT 3.3
Profile Metal Cladding
fixed to battens
RT 3.5RT 3.3

When specifying, state the following:
Product name: CeaseFire®

The pliable building membrane to be installed shall be
CeaseFire™, tested in accordance with AS 1530.1-1994 Methods for fire tests on building materials, components and structures Part 1: Combustibility test for materials to satisfy NCC 2019, Vol 1, C1.9 for non-combustible constructions and shall be installed in accordance with AS 4200.2: 2017 Pliable Building Membranes and Underlays, Part 2: Installation.

Combustibility: Not deemed combustible
Flammability Classification: Low (1)
Fire Hazard Properties: Group 1
Early Fire Hazard Indices: 0, 0, 0, 2
Vapour Control Classification: Class 4 Vapour Permeable, 1.5767 µg/N•s
Air Control Classification: Air Barrier
Water Control Classification: Water Barrier
Duty Classification: Extra Heavy in accordance with AS/NZS 4200.1:2017