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    • Fire protection curtains

      Fire protection curtains

      In case of fire, fire protection curtains close wall and ceiling openings. Their construction (roll-down or folding technique) and the use of different fabrics provide for a wide range of applications as well as different protection goals, classifications and time classes. The casing and guide rails of the highly flexible systems blend almost invisibly into the building and allow plenty of scope for sophisticated architecture and open room concepts.

    • Conveyor system closures

      Conveyor system closures

      Various production and logistics processes call for the most diverse types of conveyor systems. If these conveyor lines pass through fire-retardant or fire-resistant walls or ceilings, the openings required for this purpose must be provided with fire protection closures to prevent the spread of fire through the conveyor system or the goods conveyed. In the event of fire, conveyor system closures (CSC for short) must close these openings immediately and automatically. Fire resistance classified according to DIN EN 13501-2 is just as important as the smooth clearance of the closing areas in the event of a fire.

    • Smoke curtains

      Smoke curtains

      A smoke apron is a part of a smoke control system which also includes other components such as natural smoke and heat exhaust ventilators (EN 12101-2) and mechanical smoke and heat exhaust ventilators (EN 12101-3). Smoke aprons restrict the movement of combustion gases within a building in case of fire.

    • Smoke protection curtains

      Smoke protection curtains

      Once closed, smoke protection curtains (SPC) restrict the passage of smoke during the phase of fire formation, so that in the event of a fire, there is enough time to rescue people and animals from the room behind the curtain and to recover material assets without the need for respiratory equipment.

    • Tube sealings

      Tube sealings

      The solution for issues with fire protection dampers in ventilation and air conditioning systems in conveyor processes. Stöbich offers fire protection for pneumatic conveyor lines the closing elements of which are not exposed to the flow of conveyed material. This way, the closing element cannot be damaged or contaminated by abrasive conveyed goods.

    • Control units

      Control units

      Each automatic fire protection system needs a control unit. They are critical to safety, because a failure of this function means that the entire investment into a fire protection sealing has been in vain. Control units coordinate both fire detection and interaction with other control units, such as higher-level building control systems or clearing of the closing area of conveyor system closures.

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Dr. Thorsten Kornblum

Chairman of the SPD Braunschweig District at STÖBICH

Chairman of the SPD Braunschweig District at STÖBICH

Some time ago, Dr Thorsten Kornblum, Chairman of the SPD district of Braunschweig, visited us at the central STÖBICH site in Goslar. He was impressed by our fire protection diversity.

With over 40 years of industry expertise and holistic fire protection solutions, STÖBICH is known nationwide. How do the different fire protection systems interact and how does a fire curtain feel? Dr Thorsten Kornblum wanted to know exactly and paid a visit to the world market leader together with other guests from the SPD district of Braunschweig and the Lower Saxony state parliament.
After the official welcome by Dirk-Olaf Petersen, Managing Director of STÖBICH Holding, there was a short company presentation in the showroom. The visitors were given an insight into the repertoire of the STÖBICH Group, which focuses on preventive structural and technical fire protection and battery safety systems. With fascinating exhibits such as the simulated ejection of a critically defective LI battery on intralogistic transport routes, the experts impressively demonstrated how fully automated fire protection can function.
Afterwards, another highlight awaited the interested audience: the live fire demonstration on the outdoor area. "Wow, it can withstand this heat?" marvelled Kornblum as he touched the innovative heat-insulating fabric, behind which flames were blazing at almost 800 degrees Celsius. During the subsequent tour of the production facilities, the SPD district chair once again got up close and personal with the thin high-tech textiles from which the smoke and fire protection curtains are made. All in all, all participants visibly enjoyed the excursion to the STÖBICH fire protection world and were able to gain interesting impressions.