Fire protection materials
Do you need printable materials that are "flame-retardant"? Then WENZEL has just the thing for you. Our product range includes a variety of materials with fire protection certification B1
What does "hardly flammable" mean?
The technical term "hardly inflammable" refers to building materials that belong to building material class B1 according to DIN 4102. Substances in this class are difficult to ignite at natural temperatures. Classification in this class can only be achieved if the material has been tested and classified by a recognized institute. In addition, there is the addition "B2" (normally flammable) and "B3" (highly flammable). If maximum safety is required, materials of fire protection class A1 are used. A1 designates building materials that are non-combustible.
What uses are there for flame retardant materials?
The use of B1-certified materials in public buildings is legally prescribed by the fire protection standard. The fire protection regulations minimize the risk of a fire starting and spreading so that people in the buildings can be better protected. The use of flame-retardant materials gives visitors, guests and children the time they need to safely exit the building in the event of an emergency.
Lightweight foam board
Banners and meshes
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