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BV WINX / Maintor

Work in style in unique architecture: The 110-meter WINX Tower with its striking design forms the gateway to Frankfurt's city center directly on the Main River. Its modern construction and high-quality design with maximally flexible floor plans make the office tower absolutely unique among Frankfurt's high-rise buildings.

The WINX Tower uniquely combines elegant design and intelligent space and energy planning with high-quality equipment. Due to its intelligent design, it offers an excellent working atmosphere: floor-to-ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows provide excellent visibility and light-flooded rooms. Individual light and temperature control are provided in each office area.

The generous room planning is made possible, among other things, by intelligent fire protection solutions that are installed almost invisibly in the false ceiling. In the WINX Tower, our fire and smoke protection closure of textile design is used in vertical installation position and closing direction.

 

Installed products: System: Fibershield | Series: Fiberseal

Built-in Stöbich products

Reference - Stoebich Smoke Curtain T

Stoebich Smoke Curtain T

The tight smoke protection closure with the classification for high pressures and a smoke temperature of 392 °F

Built-in Stöbich products in similar reference

Reference - Stoebich Fire & Smoke Curtain P

Stoebich Fire & Smoke Curtain P

The premium textile fire protection closure to match highest demands and to achieve large dimensions

Reference - Stoebich Smoke Curtain GX

Stoebich Smoke Curtain GX

Smoke protection curtain for elevator doors with a clear transparent fabric

Reference - Stoebich Smoke Curtain S

Stoebich Smoke Curtain S

The space-creating smoke curtain for high demands

Reference - Stoebich Smoke Curtain P

Stoebich Smoke Curtain P

The traditional automatic smoke curtain to match highest demands and large dimensions

Reference - Stoebich Smoke Curtain T

Stoebich Smoke Curtain T

The tight smoke protection closure with the classification for high pressures and a smoke temperature of 392 °F