Fire retardant timber in buildings


Passive fire protection (PFP), amongst which fire retardant treatment, is a valuable trade opportunity for timber products in building especially in Public Assembly Buildings, both indoor and outdoors.

 

Fire retardant timber may be suitable for:

- Strips or cleats for wooden ceilings Euroclass B

- Ceiling tiles or panelboards

- Floor slabs

- Strips or wood paneling for indoor walls Euroclass C

- Wood-based panelboards, punctured or not, Euroclass B

Interior designs and wood furniture

- External wood cladding Euroclass C

- Wooden structures and carpentry...

 

Woodenha has more than 8 years of expertise in the field, and lots of building has emmerged using our services and technologies: see all our works.

 

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Lost in the fireproof wood jargon?

We've thought that you might need help to understand perfectly the fire retardant treatment subtleties... Here's our lexicon.

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