Tridipanel excelled in rigorous test given by Mother Nature. For the last ten years, numerous homes have been constructed with the Tridipanel System on the East Coast, Caribbean and Gulf areas of Mexico and the United States. The homes were built to withstand hurricane force winds. In Laboratory testing, the Tridipanels have been tested and will withstand wind loads of 226 miles per hour. Laboratory testing results available upon request In the southwestern area of the United States, a two-story Tridipanel research complex jointly funded by the National Science Foundation, Southern California Edison, Inc., and the University of California withstood California’s worst earthquake in forty years was struck twice a (6.5) and (6.9) Richter Scale. According to Dr. Philippe Cohen who resides at the site in the Mojave Desert, the area at one point was subjected to a continuous shake lasting over a full minute. The structure went through the quakes with zero structural effects. Complete (Earthquake) structural testing report from certified engineering firm available on above upon request. Tridipanel is an ideal building product for structures in dry adverse climates where fire is always a constant threat. Areas which are heavily forested, high grass and brush, and other areas in Southern California during Santa Ana Wind Conditions, and other similar areas where structures may be prone to fires. We have had numerous fires in Southern California during Santa Ana Wind Conditions. A structure built with Tridipanel is non- combustible and has a minimum 1.5-hour fire rating and a higher rating can easily be attained. Structures built with Tridipanel are virtually fire resistant. Full test report from certified engineering firm available upon request along with photos.