The fields of application for flame-retardant materials are extremely diverse, see menu “Areas of application”.
Explainable on the basis of our company history, we currently offer mainly flame-retardant products from the world of paper.
However, we can already offer you some materials from the areas of fabrics, nonwovens, foils and foams. And we are working on keeping products from more other material worlds for you in the future.
Be curious and feel free to contact us already now if you have a problem to solve.
You will also help us to adapt our assortment to your needs.
Here some examples:
- FLAME-RETARDANT PAPERS AND PAPERLIKE MATERIALS
Papers and fabrics for theatres, stages, clubs and casinos, schools, kindergartens and public authorities or technical applications.
- FLAME RETARDANT TEXTILE PRODUCTS AND TISSUES
Textiles for blackout, theatre, interior design, backlit and display applications
Prints, pictures, wallpapers, etc.
- FLAME RETARDANT EQUIPMENT:
E.g. smoke detectors, adhesives, adhesive tapes, foam, velcro fasteners and more
- FLAME RETARDANT ADVERTISING MATERIALS
Foils, floor coverings, banners, roll-ups, giant advertising balls, etc.
- FLAME RETARDANT FLOOR COVERINGS (e.g. carpets, plastic floors, laminates, foils)
Public passenger transport
Hotels and restaurants, authorities and institutions
Trade fairs, supermarkets, floor advertising
- FLAME RETARDANT BUILDING MATERIALS
Sun and light protection
- FLAME RETARDANT FURNITURE: (Complete)
For airports, railway stations, schools, kindergartens and authorities and cinemas, clubs and theatres
Materials which are subject to fire protection requirements but which are not considered building products in the strict sense because they are not permanently installed are also referred to as ” furnishings”.
This includes, for example:
- Stage decorations (scenery)
- textile fabrics
The classification as “furnishings” means that these materials are to be treated like building materials with regard to the fire behaviour requirements. The fire behaviour can also be proven on the basis of special standards for these materials if the classification of the fire behaviour is equivalent to the building material classes of DIN 4102-1 and the proof has been provided by a recognised testing body.
You can find an overview of fire standards worldwide here.
Do you have any questions? We will be happy to help you: Contact