Test Results

Slip Resistance

Test Date: November 2004
Test Number: 04/6376.1 to 7
  Test Equipment used:
Wet Testing: Stanley Skid Resistance Tester (Pendulum)
Serial Number: 0320 Calibrated 20/05/03
Dry Testing: Tortus Floor Friction Tester, Tortus Model MK2 (with integral printer), Serial Number: 154
Test Standard: AS/NZS 4586-2004 slip resistance classification of new pedestrian surface materials.
Mean (5 specimens)
Mean (2 runs)
Industrial Grade 1 67 0.975
Industrial Grade 2 76 1.065
Offshore Grade 66 0.905
Classification V F
AS/NZS 4586 - 2013 Equivalent P5 D1

Ceramabond Pty Ltd products tested were found to meet the requirements of the highest classifications possible under wet & dry conditions in accordance with AS/NZS 4586-2004.

Chemical Resistance

Chemical Agent
Test Results after 60 days. Full immersion at 25°C
Ammonium Nitrate
Ammonium Hydroxide (10%)
Citric Acid
Cola Syrup
Crude Oil (Sour)
Ethyl Alcohol
Fatty Acid / Linseed Oil
Ferric Chloride Solution
Fuel Oil No 2
Hydrochloric Acid (10%)
Lactic Acid
Mineral Spirits
Nitric Acid (10%)
Phosphoric Acid (10%)
Regular Petrol (Super & Unleaded)
Salt Water
Skydrol 500
Sodium Carbonate Solution
Sodium Chloride (10%)
Sodium Hydroxide (50%)
Sugar Juice
Trisodium Phosphate

The chemical agents tested (60 days, full immersion) showed no adverse or damaging effects on any of the Ceramabond products tested.

Fire Resistance

Test Date: December 2004
Test Number: 04/6376.8
Test Standard: AS/NZS 1530: 1999
Simultaneous determination of ignitability, flame propagation, heat release and smoke release.

Ceramabond products tested were found to meet the general requirements for class 2 to 9 Buildings under Specification C1.10 Fire Hazard Properties of the Building Code of Australia (BCA) 1996.

Impact Resistance

Test Date: November 2004
Test Number: 04/6376.9
Test Standard: AS 4459-5: 1999
Determination of impact resistance by measurement of coefficient of restitution

Tests carried out on Ceramabond products showed no delamination from the products substrate.