Working in the Construction or Building industry, you may have heard of the “Joint Code of Practice” but may not be 100% sure what it is and how it may impact your procurement strategy. You may not be aware that by ensuring you procure LPCB approved products may benefit your organisation and help to save thousands and even millions of pounds. This article aims to explain exactly what the Joint Code of Practice is, how you could benefit and where to find Joint Code of Practice approved products.
Our Flame Retardant Heavy Duty CushionGard have long been a favourite for protection of curtainwalling and windows.
The lightweight material is much easier and less labour intensive to handle than other rigid protective boards and the large 1.5m x 100m rolls allow for large areas to be protected without the need of cutting, jointing.
With the largest range of LPS1207 and LSP1215 certified flame retardant materials you can ensure that materials used for temporary protection on your project comply with the required standard and are certified to the LPS Standard.
Why is this compliance important?
We have been asked to supply a full range of custom-printed Flame Retardant materials to an International Main Contractor based in Muscat (Oman) for a selection of their upcoming prestigious projects.
One important thing which needs to be considered when selecting materials, is whether they are flame retardant and conform to the Joint Code of Practice. All of our Flame Retardant products are certified to LPS 1207 or LPS 1215 standards, which will always bear these marks:
- LPCB Approved to LPS 1207
- LPCB Approved to LPS 1215
To read more about our Flame Retardant Certification, please click this link.