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Fire Tests and Certification – Tested in Europe, Certified for the World

Created on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 and posted in Industry News
Fire Tests and Certification

UL International and ift Rosenheim offer manufacturers of building elements and building materials tests for fire behavior, fire and smoke resistance, fire spread, flammability and further product characteristics from one single source.

Working closely with ift Rosenheim and UL will provide many synergies, such as the possibility of combining fire tests against multiple standards and product testing for the widest possible range of products with attention to a high level of quality and service and with wide global market acceptance.

In the Centre of Excellence for Fire-Resistance Testing, tests can be carried out according to EN, UL, ULC, DIN and British standards, so the certificates are valid not only in Europe, but also in the USA, Canada, Middle East, Latin America and Asia.

The following test equipment is available:

  1. Furnaces for fire resistance:
    • a. 8m wide x 5m high for doors, dampers, glazing,
      firestopping, facades and more
    • b. 5m wide x 5m high for doors, dampers, glazing,
      firestopping, facades and more
    • c. 4m wide x 5m long for testing load-bearing beams,
      floors, roofs, ducts and dampers
    • d. 3m high x 3m wide loaded and unloaded column testing
    • e. 2m deep x 1.5m wide x 1.5m high testing for horizontal and vertical testing of walls, floors, firestopping and more
  2. Web-based video equipment for worldwide video
    transmission of tests
  3. Reactions to fire tests including the single burning item
    (SBI test)
  4. Smoke protection
  5. Durability testing up to 9m x 5m sizes of doorsets
  6. 9,5m wide x 7,5m high curtain wall testing for air
    permeability, water tightness, wind loads up to 6000 pa
    as well as climatic loads

Secure and private installation areas with crane systems and workshop areas as well as special mounting frames allowing maximum convenience.

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