Non-combustible material means material that neither burns nor gives off flammable vapours in sufficient quantity for self-ignition when heated to a temperature of 750°C, this being determined in accordance with the IMO Fire Test Procedures Code. Any other material is a combustible material.
Non-combustible material means a material which neither burns nor gives off inflammable vapours in sufficient quantity for self-ignition when heated to approximately 750 °C (1 382 °F) this being determined to the satisfaction of the Administration by an established test procedure.† Any other material is a combustible material.
More Definitions of Non-combustible material
Non-combustible material means a material which when heated to a temperature of 750°C neither flames for longer than 10 seconds duration nor raises its internal temperature or the temperature of the test furnace more than 50°C above 750°C when tested in accordance with British Standard Specification 476; Part 4; 1970 and the expression “combustible material” shall be construed accordingly;
Non-combustible material means material which is deemed to be non-combustible when tested in accordance with the provisions of the current edition of British Standard 476: Part 4, or such other material or combination of materials as the Council accepts as being non- combustible for the purpose of these rules.
Non-combustible material means a material which is not liable to burn or add heat to a fire when tested for combustibility in accordance with the latest code of Bureau of Indian Standards Method of Test for combustibility of Building Materials;