This 26 June 2017 video says about itself:
The firm which supplied the cladding used to insulate London’sGrenfell Tower says it’s stopping global sales of such panels for use in high-rise buildings, Reuters reports.
It follows reports that Arconic knew the cladding was to be used for the tower block despite warning in its brochures that particular type was a fire risk for tall buildings.
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From daily News Line in Britain:
Thursday, 10 May 2018
Grenfell Tower council opted for flammable cladding
KENSINGTON and Chelsea council turned down a proposal to clad Grenfell Tower in fire resistant material and instead opted for a cheaper option, allowing the tower to be clad in flammable material, experts have shown.
Construction company Leadbitter quoted the council £3.3m to fit fireproof cladding to the tower.
The council decided that £3.3m was too much to spend on the…