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Paneles acústicos de color Pantone Peach Fuzz 13-1023The most serious problem that has always accompanied the use of wood walls, wood panelling and wood ceilings is the risk of fire. For this reason, the Spigotec and Spigoacustic catalogs have different options for flame retardant wood panel cladding.

Wood ceilings, false ceilings and wood cladding Spigoacustic and Spigotec, can be manufactured with fire-retardant properties to improve their fire performance, with an B-s1,d0 classification and compliance with the applicable UNE-EN 1350-1 standards, as required by each architectural project.

The flame retardant acoustic panels made of wood manufactured by Spigogroup under the Spigotec and Spigoacustic brands, have different reaction values and fire performance. According to EUROCLASES classification, and depending on the substrate used, Spigotec and Spigoacustic flame retardant acoustic panels made of wood by have the following classifications:

 

  • Fire performance D-s2, d0, for those made on standard MDF or water-repellent MDF, with medium contribution to fire, medium smoke production and no flaming droplets, particles or debris.

 

  • Reaction to fire B-s1, d0, in those manufactured with fire retardant MDF, with a very limited contribution to fire in low quantity/velocity, with smoke production that would not be a health concern, and does not generate flaming droplets, particles or debris.

Spigogroup flame retardant wood panel cladding can be used on both ceilings and walls, and their placement using exposed, semi-seen or hidden profile systems is very simple.

 

 

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