A fire-retardant solution for façade and wall cladding

We frequently use timber façade cladding for contemporary architecture for environmental compatibility. This is not only due to the various techniques used to preserve timber, but also due to the huge range on offer, which means that everyone can find a look that matches the appearance of the building.

One of the challenges of timber façades is to meet the requirements of the necessary reaction to fire classification.

Reaction to fire classification up to B-s1,d0
CE certified EN14915:2013
CE certified EN14915:2013
Indoor & outdoor applications

With Lemahieu Fire Protection®, we can give timber products a fire-retardant treatment with Burnblock® in our autoclave under pressure.

Unlike many other products on the market, this fire-retardant consists of 100% natural ingredients, and has a GOLD-level Cradle-to-Cradle Certificationᵀᴹ.

*© copyright cover: Jan De Nul Group | Project car park Aalst. Façade cladding in ThermoWood® pine by LDCwood, treated with fire retardant by Lemahieu Fire Protection® with Burnblock® up to B-s2,d0 (with END-use test).

What are the requirements?

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Reaction to fire class D-s3,d1

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Reaction to fire class B-s3,d1 or C-s3,d1

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Our products

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The treatment

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About burnblock®

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Durability reaction to fire class

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CE-labelling

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Practical info

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Contact

Do you wish to receive more information or advice concerning the reaction to fire classes, don't hesitate to contact our Technical sales advisor.