Flame retardant papers and other materials
Strict regulations regarding the flammability and combustibility of the materials used for decorations, curtains, floors, furniture, wall coverings, room dividers, displays, banners, flags, etc., apply not only to almost all public events in buildings. In general, fire protection is also regulated by law for materials in buildings and for public passenger transport in local and long-distance traffic.
On these pages we present some proven products that meet the required fire protection regulations and inform you about requirements and legal regulations.
Our theatre snow, for example, has been used on international stages for many years. It convinces by silent fall and authentic flight behaviour.
It should be noted that there are different national standards, but they are all essentially similar, i.e. the fire protection and the requirements for the flammability of the materials.
This diversity of standards will be reduced over the next few years, because in Europe the standards of fire behaviour A2-s1, d0 according to DIN EN 13501 (e.g. for all flame-retardant building materials) have been introduced, which will replace the current German standards for flame-retardant materials A2 according to DIN 4102-1 and the French standard M2 according to DIN NF P 92-503-507.
Here you will find an overview of globally recognised testing standards.
On our page Fire-Protection-Topical we will report regularly about stories concerning accident prevention and accidents caused by fires, present interesting videos and report about important things concerning fire protection and similar topics.
However, we do not see ourselves primarily as a dealer for the products presented here, but rather as a
problem-solving partner at your side.
Our expertise, which has grown over many years, does not end with our knowledge of materials: in the network with our processing specialists, we help you also as a production agency to make every plan a success, no matter how fantastic it seems to be.