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Fire resistance and smoke dispersion tests for doors, locking systems, opening windows and their construction components - Part 2: Strength tests for construction components

Tipo: Test standard

Standard: UNI EN 1634-2:2009

Clienti:

This standard dedicated to accessories (hinges, handles, locks, handles and others) allows, with tests on a reduced scale, to demonstrate that the accessory does not affect the fire resistance of the door object. If the tested door is within the extendibility range of the test results, the door manufacturer can apply the accessory without repeating the door test.
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Fire resistance tests for non-load-bearing elements - Walls

Tipo: Test standard

Standard: UNI EN 1364-1:2002

Clienti:

There are various laboratories in the world equipped with various types of furnaces, from 3x3 metres to 5x9 metres, depending on the type of product to be tested. The furnaces are compartments in which there are several burners that follow a normalised heating curve of the chamber. The product is placed on a standardised or associated support on a frame, and integrity and thermal insulation losses are monitored. Irradiation can also be measured if necessary.
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Extended application of results from fire resistance tests - Non-load bearing walls

Tipo: Extended application

Standard: UNI EN 15254

Clienti:

This family of standards, which is quite numerous, gives indications on how products can (or cannot) be modified after the test beyond the scope stated in the test standard.
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Fire resistance testing for service delivery systems - Part 10: Smoke control dampers

Tipo: Test standard

Standard: UNI EN 1366-10:2011

Clienti:

The dampers are tested in various laboratories around the world. The furnaces are compartments in which there are several burners that respect a normalized heating curve of the chamber. The product is placed on a standardised support or associated on a frame, and losses of integrity and thermal insulation are monitored.
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Fire resistance and smoke dispersion tests for doors, locking systems, opening windows and their construction components - Part 2: Strength tests for construction components

Tipo: Test standard

Standard: UNI EN 1634-2:2009

Clienti:

This standard dedicated to accessories (hinges, handles, locks, handles and others) allows, with tests on a reduced scale, to demonstrate that the accessory does not affect the fire resistance of the door object. If the tested door is within the extendibility range of the test results, the door manufacturer can apply the accessory without repeating the door test.
02

Fire resistance tests for non-load-bearing elements - Walls

Tipo: Test standard

Standard: UNI EN 1364-1:2002

Clienti:

There are various laboratories in the world equipped with various types of furnaces, from 3x3 metres to 5x9 metres, depending on the type of product to be tested. The furnaces are compartments in which there are several burners that follow a normalised heating curve of the chamber. The product is placed on a standardised or associated support on a frame, and integrity and thermal insulation losses are monitored. Irradiation can also be measured if necessary.
03

Extended application of results from fire resistance tests - Non-load bearing walls

Tipo: Extended application

Standard: UNI EN 15254

Clienti:

This family of standards, which is quite numerous, gives indications on how products can (or cannot) be modified after the test beyond the scope stated in the test standard.
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Fire resistance testing for service delivery systems - Part 10: Smoke control dampers

Tipo: Test standard

Standard: UNI EN 1366-10:2011

Clienti:

The dampers are tested in various laboratories around the world. The furnaces are compartments in which there are several burners that respect a normalized heating curve of the chamber. The product is placed on a standardised support or associated on a frame, and losses of integrity and thermal insulation are monitored.

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