ASTM E 162-13 Surface Flammability
ASTM E 162-13 (surface flammability) is a convenient fire-test method that measures the flame speed and heat evolution performance of materials commonly used in manufacturing or construction. This testing was developed by the National Bureau of Standards (now known as the National Institute of Standards and Technology) to learn how flames spread across materials in different environments in the real world. For example, how a fire will spread when ignited in different types of transportation like a bus or a car.
ASTM E 162-13 Compounds
Kismet Rubber Products meets ASTM E 162-13 requirements in several compounds in the Transit Grade Rubber industry, including Low Smoke & Flame Neoprene (65 Duro), Neoprene Sponge, Silicone, and EPDM.
With more than 60 years of experience, Kismet Rubber Products has been the primary source for custom rubber fabrications. Customer satisfaction drives Kismet Rubber to produce products that are not only dependable and sustainable but products that surpass testing standards. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified rubber manufacturer, we house numerous materials, including silicone, rubber (natural), EPDM, Chloroprene, nitrile, fluoroelastomers, and fluorosilicone. All of our products are tested to exceed their expected off-the-shelf life expectancy. Our experts collaborate with you throughout the designing, engineering, and manufacturing of your custom/unique products. Before leaving the facilities, each product undergoes rigorous testing to verify all safety measures are met. Our sole purpose is to deliver honest products and services at a competitive price. Call today for more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our experts.