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Sauerland Spanplatte

Certificate

For all German fire doors a general certificate issued by the ‘Institut für Bautechnik” in Berlin is required. Door, frame and fittings must form an integrate whole.

Test Instruction

In test institutes at least 2 fire-tests with the same type of doors have to be performed successfully (first with the closing side towards the furnace and second with the opening side towards the furnace). 
Before starting the fire-test the door’s stability has to be proved by 200.000 operations.

Changes of the Construction

Each technically important change of the construction, especially glass openings or the assembly into lightweight partition walls requires an appropriate test.

Control / Quality Assessment

With the certificate of the “Institut für Bautechnik” in Berlin the door set components are subject to a regular control to ensure the quality standards during series production.


Fire-Test DIN 4102 part 2 (German Standard)

Temperature in the furnace :            
     5 min556 °C                    
10 min658 °C
15 min719 °C
30 min822 °C  
60 min925 °C
Overpressure in the furnace :

at the top rail 8 - 12 Pa

Test criteria :
- no open flame
- cotton pad testat any position
- surface temperatureaverage change in temperature< 140 K
maximum change in temperature< 180 K

European Test Institutes

MPA
38106 Braunschweig
ph. +49 531/391-5400
fax +49 531/391-5900

MFPA Leipzig GmbH
04319 Leipzig-Engelsdorf
ph. +49 341/6582-134
fax +49 341/6582-197

MPA der Universität
70569 Stuttgart
ph. +49 711/685-3323
fax +49 711/685-7681

PTE RosenheimGmbH
83026 Rosenheim
ph. +49 8031/26125 100
fax +49 8031/26125 900

MPA NRW
44287 Dortmund
ph. +49 231/45020
fax +49 231/458549

Chiltern House
UK - High Wycombe
ph. +44 1494/569800
fax +44 1494/564895

DANSK Institut
DK - 2650 Hvidovre
ph. +45 36/349000
fax +45 36/349001

Warrington
GB - Warrington
ph. +44 1925/655-116
fax +44 1925/655-419