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UL 94 Horizontal/Vertical Flame Chamber

The FTT UL 94 tests the flammability of plastic materials for parts in devices and appliances.
# Horizontal Burning Test; UL 94HB (ASTM D 635, IEC 60695-11-10, IEC 60707, ISO 1210).
# Vertical Burning Test: UL 94 V-0, V-1, or V-2 (ASTM D3801, IEC 60695-11-10, IEC 60707, ISO 1210).
# 500 W (125mm) Vertical Burning Test: 5VA or 5VB (ASTM D 5048, IEC 60695-11-20, IEC 60707, ISO 9772).
# Thin Material Vertical Burning Test: VTM-0, VTM-1, or VTM-2 (ASTM D 4804, ISO 9773).
# Horizontal Burning Foamed Material Test: HF- 1, HF-2 or 04, ISO 9773).HBF (ASTM D 4986, ISO 9772).
# Burners (ASTM D 5025, ASTM D 5207, ISO 10093, ISO 103351)

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NBS Smoke Density Chamber

BS 6401 - ASTM 662 - ASTM F814 - NFPA 258, ISO5659
This instrument has been established for many years and is used
widely in all industrial sectors for the determination of smoke generated
by solid materials and assemblies mounted in the vertical position within a closed chamber.

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Radiant Panel Flame Spread Apparatus

ASTM E 162 - ASTM D 3675
The Radiant Panel Flame Spread Apparatus measures the surface flammability of building products (ASTM E 162) and cellular plastics (ASTM D 3675) by using a gas-fired radiant heat panel. The test result is an index that is determined from the flame spread and heat evolution factors. This index is required in various specifications especially for the mass transit industry (buses and trains).

Combustion Toxicity Test Apparatus

ASTM E 1678 - NFPA 269
This instrument (NIBS) uses radiant heat with spark ignition to combust a sample of material and helps to characterise the product by measuring ease of ignition (time), rate of smoke generation (mass loss) and toxicity (gas analysis). These are essential parameters in the evaluation of the potential fire hazard of products.Future possibility of being up-graded with additional instrumentation to monitor corrosivity.

ISO 1716 Bomb Calorimeter

ISO 1716 - EN ISO 1716
The FTT Oxygen Bomb Calorimeter can be used to measure the heat generated from several applications and has been designed to conform to current ASTM, ISO, EN, BS and DIN international standards. The calorific value of the following groups of materials can be measured: -

Cone Calorimeter

ISO 5660 - ASTM E 1354 - ASTM E 1474 - ASTM E 1740 - ASTM F 1550 - ASTM D 6113 - NFPA 264 - CAN ULC 135 - BS 476
The Cone Calorimeter is the most significant bench scale instrument in the field of fire testing.The FTT Cone Calorimeter has been produced to meet all existing Standards (including ISO 5660, ASTM E 1354, ASTM E 1474, ASTM E 1740, ASTM F 1550, ASTM D 6113, NFPA 264, CAN ULC 135 and BS 476 Part 15) and can also be purchased in modular form so that those laboratories with particular interests such as heat release, mass loss, smoke production, etc. can initially purchase the sections they require and later add further instrumentation into the same cabinets in order to complete a full specification instrument. This is just one of the advantages of the FTT Cone Calorimeter.

Enclosed (Vitiated) Mass Loss Calorimeter

The fire model of the Cone Calorimeter has long been seen as one of the best to be developed and has given good correlations with product tests. Toxicologists have shown some concern over this model's ability to replicate the vitiated oxygen environments found in large, fully developed fires, such as those in which large numbers of lethalities have occurred. FTT have developed their Mass Loss Calorimeter (MLC) so that it can model these vitiatedenvironments for smoke toxicity studies. The unit can also be used to analyse other properties of combustion products both at ambient and vitiated oxygen levels

Dual Cone

ISO 5660 - ASTM E 1354 - ASTM E 1474 - ASTM E 1740 - ASTM F 1550 - ASTM D 6113 - NFPA 264 - CAN ULC 135 - BS 476 Part 15
The FTT Dual Calorimeter meets all National and International Standards (including ISO 5660, ASTM E 1354, ASTM E 1474, ASTME 1740, ASTM F 1550, ASTM D 6113, NFPA 264, CAN ULC 135 and BS 476 Part 15) and has all the advantages of the conventional single purpose FTT Cone Calorimeter

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Temperature Oxygen Index Apparatus

ISO 4589-3 - NES 715
The new FTT Oxygen Index (OI) and Temperature Oxygen Index (TOI), which replace the Stanton Redcroft FTA and HFTA, offer many improvements The latest oxygen analyser technology for high accuracy, reliability and long operating life

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The Pyrolysis Combustion Flow Calorimeter (PCFC)

Fire Testing Technology Ltd (FTT) are pleased to announce the introduction of the PCFC into its range of reaction to fire calorimeters The FTT Micro-calorimeter has been developed in co-operation with the Federal Aviation Adminstration with full licenses for use of FAA Patented technology and a unit based on the FAA model is already available from FTT or any of our agents. Future developments are underway including a multiple sample system, which would typically allow 50 to 60 samples a day to be analysed.

Fire Testing Technology &FM Global Fire Propagation Apparatus (FPA)

ASTM E 2058
FTT manufactures the FM Global Fire Propagation Apparatus (FPA), a heat release calorimeter. The FTT FPA can be used to determine

Flooring Radiant Panel

EN ISO 9239 - ASTM E 648 - ASTM E 970 - NFPA 253
This test method is used to measure the critical radiant flux of horizontally-mounted floor covering systems exposed to a flaming ignition source in a graded radiant heat environment, within a test chamber. It can also be used to measure this same critical radiant flux for exposed attic floor cellulose insulation

IEC 60754 Part 1 and Part 2
Test On Gases Evolved During Combustion of Electric Cables

The International Electrotechnical Commission IEC 60754 Part 1 and Part 2 test is performed to determine the degree of acidity of gases evolved during the combustion of materials taken from electric cables by measuring the pH & conductivity.

Conical Radiator Furnace
ISO 5659-2 - NFPA 270
Extend the usefulness of your NBS Smoke Density Chamber with the ISO 5659 Conical Radiator Furnace