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An Associated Press review this month found that some building owners in the U.S. were unaware that the same Reynobond panels, which feature a polyethylene core, were used on their buildings as well.
Those same panels — Reynobond composite material with a polyethylene core — also were used in the Grenfell Tower apartment building in London.
Those same panels - Reynobond composite material with a polyethylene core - also were used in the Grenfell Tower apartment building in London.
Arconic’s own 2016 marketing materials stated that the Reynobond panels with a polyethylene core shouldn’t be used in buildings over 10 meters high.
The company manufactures three main types of Reynobond panel -- one with a polyethylene (PE) core, one with a fire retardant core and another with a non-combustible core, according to its website.
The product, only slightly cheaper than fire-resistant alternatives, has a polyethylene core that is combustible.
The building had been recently restored using aluminum cladding with a polyethylene core, which the British media suggests could have been made fire-resistant for only $6,300.
The layers of polyethylene, as thin as plastic sandwich bags, sit neatly folded in a wooden box at the headquarters of World View Enterprises in Tucson, Arizona.
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