How are FRLs determined?
It is identical with a prototype that has been submitted to the Standard Fire Test and has become certified.
It differs in only a minor degree from a prototype tested by the Standard Fire Test and has become certified.
It is designed to achieve the FRL according to the appropriate AS (depending on the material).
Any of the above.
If the fire-resisting covering of a steel column is lightweight construction, the construction must do what?
Comply with requirements from Section C.
Have materials of a high FRL covering it.
Be surrounded by masonry.
Comply with requirements from Section F
If a non-loadbearing element is able to be used for a purpose where the Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions prescribe an FRL, what does this mean for the non-loadbearing element?
It doesn't need to comply with the structural adequacy criterion.
It doesn't need to comply with the integrity criterion.
It doesn't need to comply with the insulation criterion.
It doesn't need to comply with any of these criteria.
Which of the following criteria do fire-resisting levels (FRLs) grade?
What does FRL stand for?
Given the following FRL, 90/90/90; what does each 90 mean?
Given the following FRL, 240/240/240; what criteria does the first '240' stand for?
Given the following FRL, 180/180/180; what is the correct order for the criteria?
Given the following FRL, 120/–/–; what do the dashes stand mean?
There is no requirement for this criterion.
The requirement has not been set for this criterion.
Dashed criterions are the same as the number before it.
It requires the highest possible level for that criterion.
Given the following FRL, 120/120/120; what criteria does the third '120' stand for?