Project Description

Low net CO2 11.9 kg/m2 CFC products vs FireCrunch 0.60 kg/m2 95% less

The Garden Island, RAN naval base is now fitted out with specific areas requiring fire rated flooring systems and chose FireCrunch products to meet the requirement as FCA is NATA Labs CSIRO tested to AS1530-4 Australian Standards.

Installed by Brighton Construction NSW, this is one of many Government projects where FireCrunch has been selected for high fire performance, stability, density and high screw pull through requirements 7.9 kN. Other benefits are in water proofing and flood resistance where FireCrunch is an inert non-organic material, which termites cannot consume ,bacteria cannot survive on, and mould and mildew will not form.

The long terms benefits of multiple capabilities, low maintenance using FCA Magnesium Oxide sulphate composite (MgSO4) cladding are clear and with a very low CO2 5% net pollutive rate, are some of the reasons for Government and responsible construction choice as we move towards the 2023 Climate Accord targets.