On September 25, 2009, the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development stipulated in Article 5 of the Provisional Regulations on Fire Protection of Exterior Insulation Systems and Exterior Wall Decorations for Civil Buildings. "Facade-type buildings above 24m (about 8 floors) must use fire rating. Class A non-combustible material."
On September 2, 2012, the approval draft for the "Code for Fire Protection of Building Design" and "Code for Fire Protection Design of High-rise Civil Buildings" jointly prepared by the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development has been published on the National Engineering Construction Standardization Information Network, which will be released soon. Article 7 stipulates: "In addition to the construction of buildings with three or three floors and the exterior walls, the decorative layer of the outer wall shall be made of non-combustible materials."
The advent of Alu Meg A2 fire-resistant inorganic core aluminum composite plate products is a revolution in the aluminum-plastic panel industry, which fundamentally solves the problem of fire-resistant aluminum-plastic panel, which is non-combustible, smoke-free, non-toxic and separated. The heat, sound insulation and weather-resistant, beautiful and safe environmental protection interior and exterior wall decoration materials have been listed as national key new products, and are the replacement products of aluminum-plastic panels, which are sold well at home and abroad.