3.64kg/m (19.66Kg per 5.4m length)
450mm (max). Min. 2 spans
ASTM G154, or EN 15534-1:2014 Section 8.1 ISO 4892-2:2013, cycle 1
600h, Grey Level >= 3
ISO 4892-2:2013 cycle 1
After 720-hour test, there was slight colour change. E*=0.58, Grey scale 4-5
ISO 16869:2008 Plastic assessment of the effectiveness of fungistatic compounds in plastic formulations
0 (no growth)
ASTM D792-13 Method B
C (Complete break)
BS EN15534-1:2014 + A1: 2017 Section 7.5 EN15534-4: 2014 Section 4.5.7
Brinell hardness: 72 Mpa Rate of elastic recovery: 72%
BS EN15534-1:2014 + A1: 2017 Section 188.8.131.52 EN15534-4: 2014 Section 4.5.1
Type: Solid profile max/crack length(mm): no crack Max. Residual indentation (mm) 0.08
Mass/Weight loss, 40.5mg
EU Reach regulation N01907/2006 Article 33(1) Obligation to provide information of safe use (see REACH requirement in report for details)
All co-extruded composite decking, including Ekodeck+ Flame Fighter can, under certain conditions, exhibit build-up of static electricity.
The biggest contributing factors of static electricity build-up are low humidity and dry environmental conditions, the type of subframe materials used in construction and the presence of earthing and/or metal balustrading. Whilst installations where static is noticeable are rare, Ekodeck is not in control of these factors and does not warrant against static build-up.
This phenomenon may be reduced by using an anti-static spray (such as ACL Staticide). These products are water based and may require additional applications after rain or other weather conditions. Anti-static mats or insulating touch points such as balustrades or door handles with a sealer may provide a more permanent solution. A clear coat can be applied to insulate touch points – for best results use a UV resistant, outdoor-grade coating. Multiple applications may be required to create an effective insulating barrier.
Generally, the static build-up in the boards tends to reduce over time as the boards wear in.
Ekodeck does not warrant against static build-up in Flame Fighter boards due to influencing factors beyond our control.