We are IMO Improved

LiteCore Marine Panels are IMO approved with MED B and MED D certification. (Core materials without surface decor can be supplied in instances where IMO certification is not required).

All LiteCore’s testing and classifications are in accordance with IMO, FTP and DNV guidelines.

The LiteCore Marine Panel has achieved classifications cf. IMO FTP 2010 on A15/B15 and A60.

Applicable to all classification types is that the structure must not crack or allow flames to penetrate for the entire test period.

About the International Marine Organization

The International Maritime Organisation – IMO – is the United Nations’ specialised agency dealing with the safety and security of international shipping and the prevention of pollution from ships.

IMO, through the SOLAS Convention (International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea) establishes minimum standards for the construction, equipment, and use of ships, for the safety of life at sea.

The European Union implements this regulatory framework through the Marine Equipment Directive 2014/90/EU together with the Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/1158.