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Polyethylene cladding on scores of towers The cladding used on Grenfell was Reynobond PE, aluminium panels containing a plastic filling, that were popular in cost-conscious council refurbishment schemes. In the standard European tests for "reaction to fire", products are rated A to F - with A being the top rating. Reynobond PE had a certificate based on a rating of B. Some in the construction industry regarded this to be the required standard for use on buildings over 18m in height, though the government says this was wrong and it should have been A rated. However, the BBC has uncovered a series of reports commissioned by the manufacturer in and , during the planning for the Grenfell refurbishment.