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Great, please let us know what they say.
As mentioned it was my sense that the fire rating test was for attics and non-occupied spaces. Where the code assume people, and hence many ignition sources, don't go regularly (not to say there aren't any). So I'd guess the manufacturer says this is a non-approved install, but who knows.

edit: and if you want to help the field of fire science (and my job) also post the result of your ignition test
This is the foam company reply, common sense.

"The foam is classified as combustible and should not be exposed to high temperatures (> 250F.) or ignition source. This foam product needs open air flow to dry properly"
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