ASTM E2707 - 15 Standard Test Method for Determining Fire Penetration of Exterior Wall Assemblies Using a Direct Flame Impingement Exposure


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    E176 Standard Terminology of Fire Standards

    E2886/E2886M Standard Test Method for Evaluating the Ability of Exterior Vents to Resist the Entry of Embers and Direct Flame Impingement

    E2957 Standard Test Method for Resistance to Wildfire Penetration of Eaves, Soffits and Other Projections


    Referenced ASTM Standards The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.

    D2898 Practice for Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing

    D4442 Test Methods for Direct Moisture Content Measurement of Wood and Wood-Based Materials

    D4444 Test Method for Laboratory Standardization and Calibration of Hand-Held Moisture Meters

    D6662 Specification for Polyolefin-Based Plastic Lumber Decking Boards

    D7032 Specification for Establishing Performance Ratings for Wood-Plastic Composite Deck Boards and Guardrail Systems (Guards or Handrails)

    E176 Terminology of Fire Standards

    E1354 Test Method for Heat and Visible Smoke Release Rates for Materials and Products Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter

    E1474 Test Method for Determining the Heat Release Rate of Upholstered Furniture and Mattress Components or Composites Using a Bench Scale Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter

    E1740 Test Method for Determining the Heat Release Rate and Other Fire-Test-Response Characteristics of Wall Covering or Ceiling Covering Composites Using a Cone Calorimeter

    E2102 Test Method for Measurement of Mass Loss and Ignitability for Screening Purposes Using a Conical Radiant Heater

    E2257 Test Method for Room Fire Test of Wall and Ceiling Materials and Assemblies

    E2886 Test Method for Evaluating the Ability of Exterior Vents to Resist the Entry of Embers and Direct Flame Impingement