International Standard
ISO 9239-1:2010
Reaction to fire tests for floorings — Part 1: Determination of the burning behaviour using a radiant heat source
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ISO 9239-1:2010
Edition 3
2010-06
International Standard
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ISO 9239-1:2010
45781
Published (Edition 3, 2010)
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2021. Therefore this version remains current.

ISO 9239-1:2010

ISO 9239-1:2010
45781
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Abstract

ISO 9239-1:2010 specifies a method for assessing the wind-opposed burning behaviour and spread of flame of horizontally mounted floorings exposed to a heat flux radiant gradient in a test chamber, when ignited with pilot flames.

This method is applicable to all types of flooring. e.g. textile carpet, cork, wood, rubber and plastics coverings as well as coatings. Results obtained by this method reflect the performance of the flooring, including any substrate if used. Modifications of the backing, bonding to a substrate, underlay or other changes of the flooring may affect test results.

ISO 9239-1:2010 is applicable to the measurement and description of the properties of floorings in response to heat and flame under controlled laboratory conditions. It should not be used alone to describe or appraise the fire hazard or fire risk of floorings under actual fire conditions.

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  •  : Published
     : 2010-06
    : International Standard to be revised [90.92]
  •  : 3
     : 25
  • ISO/TC 92/SC 1
    97.150  13.220.40 
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Draft International Standard
ISO/DIS 9239-1
Reaction to fire tests for floorings — Part 1: Determination of the burning behaviour using a radiant heat source
Reference number
ISO/DIS 9239-1
Edition 1
Draft
International Standard

ISO/DIS 9239-1

Reaction to fire tests for floorings

Part 1: Determination of the burning behaviour using a radiant heat source

ISO/DIS 9239-1

ISO/DIS 9239-1
84924
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CHF 63
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