IAPMO's Uniform Evaluation Service (UES) has issued a Uniform Evaluation Report verifying that ResinDek® engineered flooring panels manufactured by Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products, LLC® are in compliance with International Building Code (IBC), International Residential Code (IRC) and UL Fire-Resistance Ratings.
What is a Uniform Evaluation Service Report?
This Uniform Evaluation Service report is a product evaluation performed by IAPMO. It provides an evaluation of products' compliance with various building codes, standards, and regulations and serves as a valuable tool for architects, engineers, contractors, and building officials when reviewing plans and specifications.
IAPMO the independent, third-party organization (which itself is ANSI Accredited) evaluated our panels' suitability for use in Types I-V construction and as part of a fire-resistance rated assembly when properly installed. The evaluation included a review of the physical, structural, surface burning, fire-resistance and ignition properties of the panels.
As an elevated flooring solution, ResinDek panels—which are engineered for use as a floor for mezzanines, industrial work platforms, equipment platforms, pick modules and self-storage facilities—will continue to be audited annually assuring local building officials that they are reviewing the most-up-to-date information.
The UES Report on ResinDek flooring assembly is currently available in two versions, one for the United States, and the second for Canada and its provinces. Both can be found below. Please contact Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products, LLC® for additional fire code information.
ResinDek® flooring system is UL Classified for up to a 2 hour fire rated assembly under UL Design No. L701 and L702.
By choosing the ResinDek® flooring solution you can rest assured that you're investing in a safe, reliable, and high-quality solution. Since our flooring products have already been independently evaluated and meet the International Building Code (IBC), International Residential Code (IRC), and UL Fire-Resistance Ratings compliance requirements as part of a fire-resistance-rated assembly, you can streamline the approval process for your projects, which will ultimately lead to reduced project costs and fewer delays.