Nowadays an increasing number of new construcion products are introduced on the market, and existing products are being used in innovative and unconventional ways. In order to increase the safety of people and to avoid unnecessary damage to buildings, it is essential to know whether these products, and combination of products, satisfy the prescribed fire safety requirements. Fire tests according to established standards are the core way in which these products can be assessed against the specified requirements.
Testing at Efectis
Efectis’ extensive testing facilities allow us to carry out almost any type of fire test. These vary from standardized tests – for example, to determine the fire class of materials, or to determine the fire resistance of separating and load-bearing structures – up to tailor made tests that Efectis carries out here in our facilities or on sites specified by our clients. Efectis is accredited to perform fire tests on components, products and structures used in the construction industry, infrastructure and marine sectors ...
Fire safety requirements are specified in the building regulations. By means of test reports and classification reports Efectis can demonstrate that the fire safety requirements have been satisfied. These reports present the performance of a product on the basis of fire tests that have been harmonised throughout the whole of Europe. Through a sensible choice of purpose orientated test programmes, Efectis actively assists and supports its clients in the introduction of their product ranges onto the European market. More and more unique projects are being realised with unique fire safety concepts. Often these ‘specials’ involve components or solutions that have been ...
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