Combustible Cladding News (CCN) Australia
Leading Source of Breaking News on Combustible Cladding
VBA to Conduct New Cladding Audit (Breaking News)
Victorian Cladding Audit at a Glance
NSW Release Combustible Cladding Draft Regulations (Breaking News)
Comment on the Draft Regulation on Buildings with Combustible Cladding by Friday 16 February 2018
Flammable Cladding Protocol Released for Australia (Breaking News)
The protocol guides the production of a report by qualified engineers and testing laboratories, that can be consistently recognised by insurance risk engineers and underwriters
Authority Has No Cladding Powers (Breaking News)
Owners affected by non-compliant flammable cladding are going to have to take direct legal action against parties they believe responsible, following a Supreme Court decision.
AIBS VIC Chapter to Meet to Discuss Combustible Cladding Use (Upcoming Meetings)
Association of Accredited Certifiers (ACA) to Meet to Discuss Combustible Cladding (April 18th 2018) (Upcoming Meetings)
Australian NATA Testing Laboratory Offers Cladding Identification and Testing Services (to determine Combustibility Risk Profile)
Melbourne Testing Lab for Testing of Architectural Cladding Materials and Combustibility Risk
ExcelPlas now performs Positive Material Identification (PMI) and Combustibility Rating (CR) on architectural cladding such as Aluminium Composite Materials ACM, Aluminium Composite Panels ACP, Expanded Polystyrene Panels EPS, Polyisocyanuarate Foam Panels PIC and others.
We have extensive experience with testing of polymers and polymeric building materials.
As a Nationally Accredited Testing Laboratory, our technicians, equipment and quality system are monitored regularly for proficiency and compliance assuring that you can count on quality results every time.
Seeking Business Development Manager for Non-Combustible Cladding
Housing Executive should consider sprinklers after Grenfell says report
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