Clements Court, a 13-storey council owned tower block less than nine miles to the west of Grenfell Tower, was re-clad in 2008.
While an investigation continues into the fire at Grenfell Tower, the cladding applied to the building in 2015 has come under scrutiny after it emerged cheaper plastic-insulated panels were used.
These plastic panels are much more flammable than rockwool insulated panels made by the same company.
On Sunday Chancellor Phillip Hammond told the BBC that the cladding used at Grenfell had been banned in the UK.
Clements Court came into the spotlight when Brentford and Isleworth MP Ruth Cadbury tweeted that the building had the same cladding as Grenfell Tower.
Hounslow Council cabinet member for housing Katherine Dunne clarified that the cladding used at Clements Court was "very different" to that at Grenfell Tower.
“The insulation affixed to the walls and behind the aluminium cladding at Clement Court is Rockwool which is non-combustible and a best in class fire resistance product. It is a very different product to that used at Grenfell Tower.
"Secondly, all the cladding is external to the building which means that no changes were made to the original building design when it was installed.
"It is of course too early to know why the fire at Grenfell Tower spread as it did, but the cladding system here is different."
There are 35 high-rise social housing buildings in the borough, seven of which have had rainscreen cladding installed.
All of these buildings have had current and up-to-date fire-safety inspections, added Councillor Dunne.
“We have no current plans to change our procedures," she said. "We will however be looking to commission joint fire safety inspections across our tower blocks in the upcoming weeks in partnership with the London Fire Brigade."
"We are also communicating with the Department for Communities and Local Government regarding undertaking testing and inspections of 7 out of the 35 tower blocks in the HRA stock, which have had rain screen cladding systems installed on them."
The council had planned to re-clad Brentford Towers, however the project was put on hold as investigations continue into how the fire spread so quickly at Grenfell Tower.
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