Standards for selecting finishing materials for multi-dense facilities
The Special Act on the Safety Management of Multi-Use Businesses defines a multi-use business as a facility that is highly likely to cause damage to life, body, and property in the event of a disaster such as fire, and is subject to special management.
In the case of a fire in a multi-dense facility, it can cause many casualties, so non-combustible and limited combustible materials must be used in accordance with the Enforcement Decree of the Building Act.
Article 61 of the Enforcement Decree of the Building Act stipulates that most multi-dense facilities must use non-combustible or limited combustible materials for interior finishing materials.
1. Non-combustible materials: Materials that do not burn at all (Concrete, bricks, glass, cement, etc.)
2. Limited combustible materials: Materials equivalent to non-combustible materials (Gypsum board, wood wool cement board, mineral tex, etc.)
3. Flame retardant: Materials that have been treated with flame retardancy (Flame retardant plywood, flame retardant cloth, etc.)