Ventilated Facade Cladding System Meets NFPA 285 and AAMA 501.6 Standards

Two years ago, Bostik Inc., a provider of specialty adhesives and installation systems for building construction, introduced its state-of-the-art ventilated façade cladding system, PanelTack, to North America with various ISO fire class standards.

The PanelTack System met the requirements of the NFPA 285 Standard Fire Test Method and those set forth by AAMA 501.6 Seismic Testing Method.

The company has now announced that the PanelTack System met the stringent requirements of the NFPA 285 Standard Fire Test Method, displaying the fire stability and flame resistance capabilities of the system.  Additionally, PanelTack has met standards set forth by AAMA 501.6 Seismic Testing Method, indicating its ability to absorb vibrations caused by seismic movements, tremors, and heavy traffic-like the inherent vibrations associated with many infrastructure projects such as airports and train stations.

Adam Abell, Bostik’s senior market manager for Surface Preparation & Tiling Products, comments: “Bostik continues to develop innovative products for the construction industry, and we are proud to meet and exceed such rigorous testing with our PanelTack System. This seismic and fire testing allows architects and designers to specify tile and panel assemblies with confidence in both exterior and interior applications.

“Successful completion of these hard-to-pass, large scale assembly tests gives architects and designers a major solution that supports building design, durability, environmental friendliness, and strength.  The extremely high performance nature of Bostik’s PanelTack System is a game changer and will advance construction practices for ventilated facades, gauged porcelain tile panels, and many other cladding materials.”

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