Has the FIBO system been tested
Fibo have a long history of submitting their products and processes to independent scrutiny. The product has been tested in Europe, North America, New Zealand and Australia. Copies of accreditation certificates and test reports are available online.
Is the Fibo system approved for use in Australia?
The quick answer is yes.
The Fibo Wall Panel System is certified under the CodeMark Australia® scheme (Registration CM70017) as compliant to the Building Code of Australia 2019, Volumes One and Two for the following provisions:
- Vol 1, BP1.1 (b)(i)(ii)(xi), 'Structural Provisions', FP1.7 'Damp & Waterproofing' and C1.10 'Fire Hazard Properties'.
- Vol 2, P2.1.1 b)(i)(ii)(xi) 'Structural Stability' and P2.4.1 'Wet Areas'.
Our CodeMark registration was audited by Bureau Veritas, an international independent certification agency. Central to the CodeMark registration was to validate that Fibo complies with the performance requirements of AS3740-2004 'Waterproofing of Wet Areas'.
The Fibo System is also holds a CodeMark registration for New Zealand.
What is CodeMark?
The CodeMark® Certification Scheme is an audit process for building products against building code requirements. It is voluntary scheme that manufacturers and distributors use to validate the capabilities of their products. It is particularly helpful to Builders and Building Surveyors when considering the use of new and innovative products. CodeMark registration is regulated by an organisation called Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ). Click here to view a the Fibo CodeMark certificate on the JAS-ANZ web site.