To what temperatures does Aircrete remain fireproof?



  • Doc 2 minutes ago

    When considering building in heavily forested areas the statement that aircrete is "fireproof" begs the question: Aircrete is fireproof to what temperatures?

    Looking up temperatures at which forest fires burn ( http://wildfiretoday.com/2011/02/26/at-what-temperature-does-a-forest-fire-burn/ ): "Under extreme conditions a fire can give off 10,000 kilowatts or more per metre of fire front. This would mean flame heights of 50 metres or more and flame temperatures exceeding 1200°C (2,192°F)". Is aircrete able to withstand SUSTAINED temperatures of 1200°C (2,192°F)?

    Therefore, will an aircrete dome remain fireproof to these temperatures?


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