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

NEWSMAKERS  * ACP * ALPOLIC™ NC * Cladding Safety Victoria * CladdingTest * Corrugated Core Aluminium  * CCA  * CCN * CSV * ExcelPlas * Grenfell * Mills-Reeve Lawyers * Network Architectural * New South Wales * SAC * VBA


Flammable Cladding Apartment Building Risk List Grows in Melbourne (Breaking News)

INDUSTRY WARNING ON CORRUGATED CORE ALUMINIUM CLADDING  – Blowtorch Testing Video on ALPOLIC™ NC vs Corrugated Cored Aluminium (CCA) Cladding Products
Aluminium Melts at 660°C and exposed adhesive allows flame to spread away from the fire source
Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC, over 300% superior heat and flame resistant than corrugated cored ALUMNIUM products
Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC has ZERO Flame Spread away from Fire Source.

Putting Cladding to the Blowtorch Test (Breaking News)

The Cladding ‘Bomb’: Why Millions of UK Homes Have Become Unsellable

Fully Cladding Your Particulars Of Claim Is Key

Thousands of Leaseholders in Unsafe Homes will be Unable to Sue Developers

The Building Safety Bill Won’t End Britain’s Cladding Nightmare


Industry Warning – Solid Aluminium Cladding Shown to be Susceptible to Fire Penetration Under Sustained Flame Attack
3 Key Questions Put to the Industry:

  • How long before the fire burns through the solid aluminium cladding and into the cavity on your building ?
  • Did you know Solid Aluminium Melts at Just 660°C ? 
  • Does the solid aluminium cladding on your building simply melt in fire and shed large chunks of molten aluminium ?


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Step-by-Step Guide For Evaluating the Combustibility Risk of Cladding

Australian NATA Testing Laboratory Offers Cladding Identification and Testing Services (to determine Combustibility Risk Profile)

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