The following shows all Triplan glass walls with the fire classification EW 30.
EW 30 also complies with the requirements of classification E 60.
The EW-class is a technical fire classification which ensures that the thermal radiation on the opposite side of the glass is not excessive. To comply with fire requirements in EW 30, the glass must in addition to keeping flames and smoke back also reduce heat radiation for 60 minutes (fire class EW 30/E 60).
Triplan uses a clear fire-resistant glass consisting of two layers of hardened safety glass + 1 gel layer which in case of fire foams and forms an opaque barrier which effectively reduces the transmission of radiation heat. The glass can also ensure full integrity against flames and hot gases for up to 60 minutes.
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|FIRE-RATED GLASS WALLS|
|TP Fire S 13 mm||13||50||30||EW30|
|TP Fire S Lite 20 mm||20||50||42||EW30|
|TP Fire A 13 mm||13||65||30||EW30|
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