At Master Panel we have implemented the most stringent controls in our production process to guarantee our customers a high standard of quality, as ensured by our ISO9001: 2015 certification, and supplemented by exhaustive tests carried out on every production batch in our own laboratory. All our products bear the Florida Approved mark.
All our products bear the CE mark, which lets our clients know that our panels comply with current legislation.
Testing was completed as described in ASTM E 1592-01 & 05 and FM4471 (1995) to determine the uplift resistance of Master-C roofing panels.Master-C roofing panels was tested over 16 ga. purlins with the following results:
Testing was completed as described in ASTM E 2140-01 (2009) to determine the resistance to water penetration.
Test was passed with no observed water leaks while maintaining a 6″ head of water for 6 h. continuously.
Testing was completed as described in ASTM E8/ E 8M-130 to determine the tensile strength of steel skins used in Master-C roofing panel.
Steel skins complied with Fy > 50 ksi.
In the last decade, polyurethane foams have evolved into construction elements with an excellent reaction to fire. In this context we should highlight the Polyisocyanurate foams (PIR) which are modified polyurethane foams whose molecules have a network structure that gives them fire-resisting properties, helping to resist the spread of fire.
Our panels are manufactured using this new generation of PIR foams characterized by their reaction to fire. They can be called self-extinguishing foams since they reduces fire propagation and smoke emissions, and do not melt or drip when heated.
We have tested our PIR foam panels according to ASTM-E84, which measures frame spread and smoke development, obtaining the following results:
- Frame spread index: 20
- Smoke development index: 300
ASTM E84 | Flame spread index: 20 | Smoke developed index: 300 | Class A