SuperLite® II-XL 90
90 Minute Fire Resistive Glazing
Contains smoke, flames and blocks the passage of radiant heat.
- Maximum fire and impact safety with hose stream and full radiant heat protection.
- Largest tested and approved sizes up to 4,876 in.² (3.15 m²) in standard 1-1/2 in. (39 mm) profile.
- Tint-free and optically clear. Perfect for property line requirements.
- Acoustical value of 44 STC.
- Available with Starphire Ultra-Clear® glass by Vitro.
- Now available as an approved glazing component in the NFRC CMAST database.
- Available in custom architectural make-ups, such as laminated glass and energy-saving insulated units with NFRC certifications when used with GPX® Architectural Series Fire Resistive framing.
- Can be customized to protect against forced entry, bullets, blast, hurricane, sound and more.
- Standard 5 year limited warranty.
- USA manufactured for fast lead times and competitive pricing.
|Fire Rating||Application||Max. CV Area||Max. CV Width||Max CV Height||Stops|
|90 Minutes||Walls||4,876 in.² |
|124 in. |
|124 in. |
|90 Minutes||Doors||4,990 in.² |
|126 in. |
|126 in. |
2-1/4 in. (57 mm) when insulated with Low-E
0.875 with clear low-iron
0.27 SHGC when insulated with Solarban 60
55 Condensation Resistance when insulated with Solarban 60
listings and standards
SuperLite® II-XL 90 is listed and labeled by Underwriters Laboratories and Intertek, nationally recognized testing laboratories approved by OSHA.
- Intertek: 32841; 56534; 29495; 51170
- UL: KCMZ.R14212; KCMZ7.R14212; U518
- CSFM: 1080-1660:0105
- LARR: 25786
- HPD: 29036
- UL 9, UL 10B, UL 10C, UL 263
- NFPA 80, NFPA 251, NFPA 252, NFPA 257
- ASTM E119, ASTM E152, ASTM E163, ASTM E2074, ASTM E2010-01, ASTM C1629/C1629M, ASTM E695, ASTM D4977
- CPSC 16 CFR 1201 Cat. II
- ANSI Z97.1
- CAN/ULC S101, CAN/ULC S104, CAN/ULC S106
- NFRC 100, NFRC 200, NFRC 500
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