- What is ONDULINE Sheet thermal performance?
- Does ONDULINE or ONDUVILLA crack and corrode in hot and cold weathers?
- Does ONDULINE or ONDUVILLA change colour?
- What is the difference between Onduline and Ondutile?
- Is ONDULINE fireproof?
- Are ONDUVILLA tiles fireproof?
- What are ONDUVILLA tiles made from?
- Can an Onduline roof resist to hail?
- WHAT ARE THE RAL CODES FOR ONDULINE COLOURS?
Are ONDUVILLA tiles fireproof?
Onduline Material is classed under the Combustible materials category. According to European norms, classifications are as follows :
Reaction to fire EN13501-1 = Class E (Class A = incombustible, Class F = Easily combustible, Class E = combustible to a normal degree)
Resistance to external fire EN13501-5 = F-Roof (Class F = ‘Non determined’ meaning it doesn’t pass the European burning tests).
Should you need a better performing product in terms of fire-resistance for your project, please contact us as we do have dedicated products upon request with fire resistance performances and certificates.