The reflood map, developed in the last decade, was designed as a tool to focus on preventive and mitigative measures to prevent severe core damage scenarios and to identify research areas. In the meanwhile, additional experiments were performed and their data are available, so that an update seems necessary. For homogeneous particulate debris configurations, several experimental programs shed light on coolability. For the transition from in-core early phase to in-core late phase i.e. the loss of the rod like geometry, experimental database is still rather scarce due to the difficulty to describe the state of the core components and the fluid adequately. According to the new insight, an update of the database and the reflood map is discussed, also with respect to assess available grace times.