DURABILITY OF FIRE PROTECTION
Fire retardants improve the reaction-to-fire properties of wood products. However, the reaction-to-fire performance may be reduced by exposure to humid conditions and weather, and the ability of the treated products to continue to perform even when exposed to these conditions needs to be demonstrated.
Nordtreat fire retardant treated wood products typically achieve DRF classifications INT, INT2 and EXT according to EN16755:2017. The classifications are based on the fire retardant treatments durability in tests such as: EN 13823, ISO 5660-1, NT 053 and EN927-6.
Nordtreat fire retardants protect wood also against weather, mould and fungi.
EMISSIONS AND USE IN INTERNAL APPLICATIONS
All Nordtreat fire retardants are M1 emission classified. They also meet the strict requirements of BREEAM and LEED as well as German AgBB and French VOC testing. The proven safety of Nordtreat fire-retardants make them an optimal choice e.g. for residential buildings, schools, hotels and hospitals.
To check suitability with local building regulations, get in contact with our technical support.
Photo: ABB AS production and office building - Esplan - Maris Tomba
DURABILITY AND COST EFFECTIVENESS
An ideal fire protection solution optimizes the durability, quality and cost of the treatment on short and long term. Industrially fire retardant treated wood products are ready to install, which simplifies the building process. Industrial treatment also secures the quality and durability of the protection.
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HEALTH AND SAFETY AT BUILDING SITE
Wood products can be treated with Nordtreat fire retardants also at the building site e.g. with a brush, spray, immersing and lint-free cloth. Non-toxic fire- retardants are safe to handle, store and use. Contact us for fast and reliable supply of the fire retardants.
Nordtreat fire retardants are used by the leading wood products manufacturers around the world. Industrial treatment secures the performance and cost-efficiency of the fire protection.