Press Release: Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC/A1 satisfies all testing requirements for Project Remediate
News: Network Architectural’s aluminium cladding product, Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC/A1 satisfies all testing requirements for NSW Government’s Project Remediate recladding scheme.
Network Architectural’s fully compliant aluminium cladding product, Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC/A1, has officially met all the testing requirements set out by the NSW State Government as a suitable and safe replacement product as part of the Project Remediate recladding scheme.
Network Architectural is pleased to announce that our fully compliant aluminium cladding product, Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC/A1, has now satisfied all testing criteria set out by the NSW State Government-appointed Cladding Product Safety Panel (CPSP) for use in their Project Remediate recladding scheme.
This means that all building owners registered with Project Remediate now have access to the world’s safest and most tested aluminium cladding product in Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC/A1 as a replacement product on their buildings as it has been deemed fire safe and compliant with all relevant regulations.
“I am pleased to say that the Mitsubishi ALPOLIC NC/A1 now has successfully passed all of the stringent testing set out by the CPSP and has been granted the necessary documentation that ticks all the boxes for approval that are required for use in Project Remediate,” Clint Gavin, National Sales Manager for Network Architectural explains.
“Together with Mitsubishi’s 20-year full rectification cover manufacturer’s warranty from a globally-trusted brand, this will provide total peace of mind when installing the world’s most successfully tested and safest aluminium facade material, ALPOLIC NC/A1.”
This approval comes after several months of rigorous testing in line with the standards set out by the CPSP in their November 2021 Industry Briefing in regard to further testing for Bonded Laminate Materials (BLMs).
We look forward to working together with building owners and industry stakeholders now and in the future to provide safe, fully tested cladding solutions for their construction projects.
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Phone: 0448 480 477
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