By Sikla International on Sep 12, 2023 1:11:00 PM
Curious about Fire Protection guide contents?
Sikla Fire Protection Guidelines are based on the most recent requirements for Fire Protection and provide a clear state-of-the-art orientation.
You will also find detailed tables providing information on permissible load bearing capacities inclusive deformations of numerous Sikla products and assemblies in case of fire. This ensures a reliable communication between all the parties about fire protection purposes and how to install approved supports.
Have a look in some of the contents:
- Legal fire protection provision and guidelines
- Behaviour of structural steel, pipes and fastening products when fire occurs
- Calculations according with EC3 / DIN EN 1993 - 1 - 2
- Recommendations for different types of construction
Pipe fastenings above an independent suspended ceiling in the event of fire.
Testing and Expert Reports
Product test results were calculated and analysed by the Pipe Fastening Association (RAL) and by the Material Testing Institutes (MPA).
This cooperation has enabled us at an early stage to calculate fastening designs under defined requirements as well as conduct a scientific analysis of load and deformation values on specific components from fire tests.
Product tests in accordance with RAL-GZ 656
Expert reports from renowned testing institutes were conducted to inspect in various practical fastening situations in the event of a fire and analyse them professionally, in particular by the IBS  for ventilation and smoke extraction systems.
We see ourselves as your competent partner - also when it comes to fire protection - and we will be happy to provide you with further important details from our guide, to serve your interest in preventive fire protection.
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Written by Sikla International
Sikla is one of the leading European manufacturers and suppliers of support systems for Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) services and plant construction. Our products are being used in over 40 countries all around the world. We are represented in most European countries through Sikla sister companies or selected distributors. Sikla was founded in 1967 by Sighart Klauß. Today the internationally operative group of companies employs a staff of around 600 and is operated as an independent family-owned company by Dieter and Reiner Klauß.