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Load Resistance. Specifying load resistance is commonly done by specifying a Factory Mutual Research (FMR) rating, such as Fac­tory Mutual (FM) 1-75. The first number (“1”) indicates that the roof assembly passed the FMR tests for a Class 1 fire rating. The second number (“75”) indicates the uplift resistance... show more Load Resistance. Specifying load resistance is commonly done by specifying a Factory Mutual Research (FMR) rating, such as Fac­tory Mutual (FM) 1-75. The first number (“1”) indicates that the roof assembly passed the FMR tests for a Class 1 fire rating. The second number (“75”) indicates the uplift resistance in psf that the assembly achieved during testing. Applying a safety factor of two to this example, this assembly would be suitable where the design uplift load is 37.5 psf.
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