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General rules for fire protection of ceramic fiber blankets
Ceramic fiber blankets, also known as aluminum silicate fiber blankets, are called ceramic fiber blankets because one of their main components is alumina, which is the main component of porcelain. The next thing to talk about is the general regulations on the fire prevention of ceramic fiber carpet walls, and I hope to help everyone.
Filling materials for window walls and window sill walls shall be made of non-combustible materials. When the outer wall surface is made of a non-combustible body having a fire resistance limit of not less than 100 h, the in-wall filling material may be a hard-to-burn material.
For glass curtain walls without window walls and window sill walls, non-burning solid skirts with a fire limit of not less than 100h and a height of not less than 0.8m shall be provided on the outer edge of each floor.
The gap between the ceramic fiber blanket and each floor and partition wall should be tightly filled with non-combustible materials.
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