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But on Grenfell Tower, combustible polyethylene filled panels were installed on top of synthetic insulation. The insulation, known as Celotex RS, was made from polyisocyanurate, which burns when exposed to heat and gives off toxic cyanide fumes. Grenfell Tower fire survivor, 12, treated for cyanide poisoning Read more It emerged on Wednesday that Luana Gomes, 12, who survived the tower inferno in north Kensington, London, on 14 June, suffered cyanide poisoning , although fumes from burning furniture and other household items might also have been to blame.
There were 16 site visits by council building inspectors from August to July Photographs of the construction process seen by the Guardian give a clear view of the materials being used for the cladding system.
The manufacturer of the insulation Celotex also made clear that the fire performance report related to the specific components used in the test. Grenfell Tower fire: police considering manslaughter charges Read more The certificate is one of a series produced by LABC, a membership organisation for all building control departments in England and Wales. The certificates are developed by a system of peer review and are routinely used by building control officers to help them determine whether proposed systems meet building regulations.
The certificate does not mean that building regulations can never be met using Celotex RS, but makes clear that testing to British Standard had been done in combination with specific non-combustible products. Detectives are examining how the fire started and the speed of its spread, looking in particular at the cladding and insulation. Since the fire, the Celotex insulation and the Reynobond PE aluminium cladding have been withdrawn from sale.
Both products, which were used on Grenfell Tower, were considerably cheaper than the non-combustible alternatives, according to industry sources. Non-combustible cement-based cladding of the type used in the fire test with Celotex is described as about twice the price of the polyethylene-filled Reynobond aluminium panels that were eventually used on Grenfell.
Cost pressures on the Grenfell refurbishment appear to have been intense. We do not think it is right to disclose documents or make comments relevant to the inquiry or subject to the investigation until this issue has been discussed with the police and the solicitors to the public inquiry once they have been appointed. The council does not want to prejudice the fair conduct of the public inquiry in any way. Newcastle upon Tyne hospitals NHS foundation trust found a small part of the Freeman hospital and a small part of the Royal Victoria infirmary to be of concern.
The first two schools to have their building cladding tested also failed checks. Bridge primary school, in Islington, London, and London Enterprise academy, in Whitechapel, London, were found to have aluminium composite material cladding which did not pass combustibility tests. They were subsequently checked by the fire and rescue service and declared safe for continued use, according to the Department for Education.
120mm Celotex XR4120 2.4m x 1.2m