All DaVinci products:
- Have achieved a class 4 impact rating under the UL 2218 standard.
- Are rated Class A for fire retardance in the ASTME E 108 fire test.
- Passed the maximum of 110 MPH in the ASTM D 3161 Standard for straight line wind. Achieved a very high design pressures in TAS-125, a test to demonstrate wind uplift sand acceptability to be installed in High Velocity Hurricane Zones.
- Passed the TAS-100 certification test for wind driven rain
- Tested to the accelerated weathering test standard ASTM 4798. The test lasts for 4,500 hours of simulated exposure to UV, extreme temperature conditions, moisture and thermal shock. This test simulates several years of outdoor exposure. DaVinci products changed very little over this test period.
- Passed the freeze-thaw ICC-ES Test (Acceptance Criteria AC07, section 4.9) with exposure to temperatures from -40 F to 180 F in 22 hour cycles for approximately a month.
- Passed the ASTM D 3462 nail pull through resistance at 32 F and 72 F test.
DaVinci Slate products:
- passed the UL 1897 static uplift resistance test at 149 psf
- passed the ASTM D 471 water absorption test
- passed the ASTM G21 Fungus (algae) test with no algae growth
- passed the ASTM D 638 tensile strength test with no meaningful reduction of strength on long-term weathering of material strength
- passed Miami Dade County, Florida NOA No 06-308.03
DaVinci Shake products:
- Have a Class A fire rating as tested under the ASTM E 108 Standard with a VersaShield® underlayment. They have been rated Class C with an approved synthetic underlayment.
- Are a Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) approved product.
- Have a Miami Dade County, Florida NOA No 07-1203.03
* Bellaforté roofing tiles have achieved a Miami Dade Notice of Acceptance (NOA)* for their Bellaforté® slate product line. The durable roofing tiles, which already meet Florida Building Code (FBC) qualifications.
The NOA issued to Bellaforté slate roofing tiles was presented under the applicable rules and regulations governing the use of construction materials. The documentation submitted by DaVinci Roofscapes has been reviewed by the Building Code Compliance Office (BCCO) and accepted by the Building Code and Product Review Committee to be used in Miami Dade County and other areas where allowed by the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Bellaforté slate roofing tiles has also been designed to comply with the FBC, including the High Velocity Hurricane Zone of the Florida Building Code.