CCN – The Latest Updates, News, and Alerts on Combustible Cladding (Breaking News) Reaching more Players in the Cladding Industry

NEWSMAKERS  * ACT Government * ALPOLIC® NC * Alucobond® * Aluminium Cladding * Bureau Veritas * Canberra * Cladding Safety Victoria * CladdingTest * CCN * CodeMark * ExcelPlas * Fairview * Grenfell * Kingspan Insulation * Lannock * Lendlease * Lloyds Banks * NCC * Primax * VBA * Victoria Building Authority * Vitraloc™


VBA Issues Industry Alert on Assessing the Suitability of Cladding and Insulation Materials

Recent Federal Court of Australia decision in the Case Primax Pty Ltd v Kingspan Insulation Pty Ltd.  highlights the importance of having suitable fire test reports to confirm compliance with the National Construction Code (NCC)

Lannock Announces They Will Fully Fund All Cladding Remediation
Lannock will fully fund all cladding rectification to assist owners to meet their financial and legal obligations.

The Gold Standard in DtS Non-Combustible Cladding: Mitsubishi ALPOLIC NC/A1

Canberra’s Combustible Cladding Works Complete, Liberals Say too ‘Slow’

ACT Government Completes Cladding Rectification Works

Vitraloc™ – the First Linear Panel Façade System of its type in Australia to Qualify for Codemark Certification

The Hidden Threats of EVs to Older Apartments with Combustible Cladding

Six Big UK Banks to Start Lending on Flats with Cladding

Lloyds Banking Group Updates Cladding Policy

St James’s Oncology SPC Limited v Lendlease Construction (Europe) Limited & Another [2022]

Bureau Veritas Welcomes Amendment to Part B and Encourages Firms to Take Heed of New Combustible Cladding Laws

Are Cheap Cladding Product Substitutes Really Worth It?

‘We’re Trapped’: Britons in Homes with Unsafe Cladding See No Way Out as Living Costs Soar

‘Grenfell’ Graffiti on Irish Stadium Highlights Continual Cladding Concerns

Fire Protection in High-rise Residential Buildings

The World-Class External Cladding System Technology for Your Safety

Sustainable Façade Cladding Selection for Buildings in Hot Climates Based on Thermal Performance and Energy Consumption

ExcelPlas Laboratories, based in Highett, Victoria, is a leading testing and evaluation company that specializes in combustible cladding
The company has a team of highly trained and experienced professionals who are experts in identifying and evaluating the fire risk of different types of cladding materials.  Since its establishment, Excelplas has been at the forefront of the fight against combustible cladding, working with government agencies, building owners, and construction companies to ensure that buildings are safe and compliant with fire regulations. The company’s services include testing and evaluating cladding materials, providing expert witness testimony, and offering consulting and training services on fire safety regulations and best practices.  One of the key areas of expertise at Excelplas is the testing and evaluation of cladding materials for their fire resistance and performance. The company uses state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to analyze different types of ACM cladding and assess the behaviour of cladding materials under different conditions. This enables the company to provide reliable and accurate recommendations on the suitability of different cladding materials for different types of buildings and environments.


Premium Testing Service for Cladding Fire Risk Assessment – ExcelPlas Cladding Testing Laboratory
Our laboratories provide specialist cladding and facades testing services, from identification, compositional analysis and combustibility risk.
Our accredited laboratories in Melbourne are renowned as the foremost lab in Australia for cladding testing.


How to Participate in the Alucobond® Combustible Cladding Class Action

How to Participate in the Vitrabond® Combustible Cladding Class Action – Notice.pdf.aspx


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