The following shows all Triplan fire-rated walls with fire classification more than EI 60. Some of these products have been tested in accordance with the Danish designations.
Fire requirements higher than EI 60? Our module-constructes interior walls complies with the most stringent requirements regarding fire-ratings. The system wall Flexica meet fire requirements of up to BS 120. The wall construction typically consist of a steel frame structure with two layers of plaster on each side and insulated with mineral wool.
A Fire-rated glass partition with fire requirements higher than EI 60
If you need a glass partition that conplies with fire requirements higher than EI 60, you are welcome to get in touch with us. The fire-rated glass partition TP Fire is as standard delivered with glass up to EI 60, but it is possible to create solutions with a higher fire resistance.
Press on the wall type in question in the table and read more about the product.
Contact Triplan if you have questions about fire-rated glass walls.
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|Flexica 2-12 (TF2-12)||100||50||49||EI90|
|Flexica 2-21 (TF2-21)||150||2x50||2x49||BS90|
|Flexica 2-22 (TF2-22)||165||2x50||2x49||BS120|
|Ventura 2-22 (TV2-22)||165||2x50||2x49||BS90|
HOW TO MEASURE FIRE RESISTANCE
The fire resistance of part of a construction is classified in accordance with European fire classes if tests have been carried out in accordance with the new European testing methods.
The relationship between the previous Danish fire classes and the new European fire classes:
BS-30 = EI 30 A2-s1,d0
BS-60 = EI 60 A2-s1,d0
BD-30 = EI 30
BD-60 = EI 60
F-30 = E 30
F-60 = E 60