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Anti-slip: Extruded ceramic material with a high degree of anti-slip in any weather conditions.
High performance material: Made from durable and high-performance material that is stain resistant, frost resistant, thermostable and a high mechanical strength and absorption.
Part of a fully modular decking system: Partnered with aluminium joists, steel pedestals, bespoke fire-rated planters, roof trays and innovative fixing clips, to create a reliable and safe decking system.
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Fire-rated decking FAQs
Due to the higher short-term costs and minimal design options of aluminium decking, Porcelain fire-rated decking is preferred due to its cheaper pricing and overall practicality.
Following the publication in 2018 of Dame Judith Hackitt’s report and review of the Building Regulations and Fire Safety, the UK Government introduced a ban on the use of any combustible material installed externally to residential buildings over 18m in height. Building materials must now comply with European Classification (Euroclass) A1 or A2-S1, D0 in accordance with BS EN 13501-1: 2018 +A1: 2009.
All materials used are of a high quality and are tested according to UK Government regulations & standards. They are designed to be anti-slip, anti-frost, temperature and abrasion resistant, fire-resistant and easily accessible for safety and maintenance check-ups.
These regulations will mean you won’t be able to use timber or any other similar flammable materials. However, our fire-resistant decking not only conforms to fire safety standards, but it is also available in natural colours and finishes that mimic the appearance of wood so you can have the desired look for your space.
The Raaft fire-rated decking is for external use on residential or commercial roof terraces, podiums or balconies.
Fire-rated materials are meant to keep fires at bay. However, they aren’t fully fireproof, which means that they can only withstand direct flames for a time until they catch fire or start to heat up too.