The International Building Code (IBC) is focused on means of egress facilities, stability, sanitation, adequate light and ventilation, energy conservation, and safety to life and property from fire, explosion, and other hazards. These topics are addressed throughout the 35 chapters of the expansive ICC IBC-2018 document, which each cover a separate topic.
While the International Building Code (ICC IBC-2018) serves as the basis for laws and regulations in communities across the United States and in other countries, it is used in a variety of non-regulatory settings, including voluntary compliance programs, the insurance industry, certification of individuals and buildings, U.S. federal agencies, facilities management, best practices benchmarks, and reference works.
Learn more about Sprayed fire-resistant materials (SFRM), Fire-resistance rating, Manufacturer’s installation instructions as stated under the Fire and Smoke Protection Features in the IBC:
Learn more about Sprayed fire-resistant materials (SFRM), Thickness, Bond Strength and much more as stated under the Special Inspections and Tests in the IBC: