Veneered interior cladding panel in the fire class A2 or B

Puucomp interior panels fulfil even the more demanding fire technical requirements. All Puucomp solutions are tested in their entirety by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., so the tested and documented fire classification also always includes the mounting solution.

The super safe, practically incombustible veneered interior panel in the A2 fire class is a high-tech solution developed by Puucomp to meet the needs of demanding use. For many spaces, our interior panel in the B fire class is the right solution, as it too offers great fire characteristics.

 

Depending on the intended purpose, we provide a wide variety of solutions, the most popular of which include:

  • Fire class B-s1-d0, veneered Puucomp interior panel with fibrous gypsum frame
  • Fire class A2-s1-d0, veneered Puucomp interior panel with fibrous gypsum frame
  • Fire class D-s2-d0, veneered Puucomp interior panel with MDF frame

 

Veneered interior cladding panel in the demanding A2 fire class

Finland's first veneered interior cladding panel that achieved the demanding fire class A2 is made by Puucomp. The fire class A2-s1-d0 indicates excellent fire resistance and these kinds of panels are required in such places as the interior surfaces of building exits and stairwells.

VTT tested the fire resistance of the product in September 2013. In an earlier version of the classification system the definition for the equivalent fire class was "incombustible".

When broken down, the A2-s1-d0 fire class of Puucomp's veneer panel means the following:

  • A2 = Extremely limited participation in a fire.
  • s1 = Extremely limited smoke development.
  • d0 = No burning droplets or parts.

 

Coated interior cladding panel in the B fire class

In conventional use, an interior panel in the B fire class only has a small effect on the development of a fire.

When broken down, the B-s1-d0 fire class of Puucomp's coated interior panel means the following:

  • B = Very limited participation in a fire.
  • s1 = Extremely limited smoke development.
  • d0 = No burning droplets or parts.