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      Fire protection curtains

      Fire protection curtains are seal openings in walls and ceilings in case of fire. The constructional set-up (rolling- or folding technology) and the use of different fabrics offer a wide application spectrum as well as different protection targets or classifications and time classes. Casings and side guides of those flexible applicable systems are integrated almost invisibly in the building and provide much scope for design of sophisticated architecture for opened designs.

    • Conveyor system closures

      Conveyor system closures

      Manifold production - and logisitc processes require different construction types of conveying systems. If the haulage drifts are passing through fire-retarding resp. fire-resisting walls or ceilings, the necessary openings must be provided with fire protection closures to avoid the expansion of the fire by conveyor technique or by conveyed material. In case of fire the conveyor system closures have to seal those openings immediately and automatically. Thereby a classified fire resistance as well as the smoothly clearing of the closing area must be respected in case of release.

    • Smoke curtains

      Smoke curtains

      A smoke curtain is part of unit keeping areas free from smoke and may include building parts like natural smoke and heat venting systems and automatic smoke and heat venting systems. Smoke curtains restrict the movement of fire gases inside a building in case of fire.

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      Smoke protection closures

      In closed condition smoke protection closures restrict the passage of smoke in the phase of fire formation so as to enable the rescue of people, animals or materials assets in case of a fire in the room positioned behind it without the need of breathing protection.

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      The solution to problems with fire protection dampers for ventilation and air conditioning systems in conveying processes. Stöbich offers fire protection for pneumatic conveying lines where the closing elements are not exposed to the flow. Thus, damage or contamination of the closure element is avoided by abrasive conveyed goods.

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      Control systems are necessary for all automatic fire protection systems! They are safety-relevant, because without their function or in the event of a malfunction, the entire investment of a fire protection partition would be useless. Controllers coordinate both fire detection and the interaction with other controls, like superordinate building control or the retraction of the closing area at conveyor closing area.

    • Médiathèque Charles Nègre | Grasse, France

      Médiathèque Charles Nègre | Grasse, France

      The Médiathèque Charles Nègre in Grasse, France, is an impressive example of contemporary architecture that reflects the cultural and historical importance of the region. The information center with space for education, culture and encounters was opened in 2011 and designed by the renowned French architecture firm Marc Barani. The building combines modern aesthetics with the traditional architecture of Provence, creating a harmonious link between old and new, for example by combining modern materials such as glass and steel with local natural stone. The generous window fronts create an atmosphere flooded with light. Ecological sustainability is achieved through natural ventilation and the resulting reduction in energy consumption; green spaces are also integrated on various levels. Our <a href="/us/solutions/fire-protection-curtains/stoebich-fire-smoke-curtain-hc"><b>➥ horizontal Fire and smoke curtain hc</b></a> fire protection curtains fit perfectly into this marvel of contemporary architecture. They securely close the ceiling openings in the event of a fire, but otherwise remain invisible and let in plenty of light and air. Copyright attribution: © Ivry Serres

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Product description

Single or double-leaf, vertically or horizontally closing fire protection closure for wall openings of track-bound conveyor systems; for scheduled open or scheduled closed system status; for separated and unseparated continuous conveyor technology in the closing area.

TypeFire protection closure in the course of rail-bound conveyor systems
VerificationETA-16/0851 European Technical Assessment (BR 100 EU) | Z-6.6-2089 General building authority approval/general type approval (BR 110 D) | VKF Technical Information No. 32801 (BR 100 E)
Closing directionfrom top to bottom | from bottom to top | from left to right | from right to left | horizontal double leaf closing to the centre
Fire resistanceUntil EI2 90 | tested according to EN 1366-7:2004 | classified according to EN 13501-2:2007
Closing cyclesUntil C5 | 200.000 closing cycles | classified according to DIN EN 13501-2:2007
Reopeningmotorised or manual
Conveyor systemsBelt conveyor technology | Suspension chain conveyor technology | Roller conveyor technology | Electric monorail system | Power & Free
Visible surfacesGalvanised, RAL

System components:
1 = Housing
2 = Guide rails
3 = Counterweight
4 = Shut-off element
5 = Drive motor
6 = Control system with operating unit

Size dimensions and system structure

The specifications of the individual product versions with regard to classification, system size and required wall quality of the BR 100 series can be found in the respective data sheets.

The installation situation must comply with the building regulations of the country of installation. The fire resistance of a ceiling or wall supporting structure and the neighbouring components must at least correspond to that of the fire and/or smoke protection closure/fire and/or smoke protection curtain. Proof of the stability and serviceability of the neighbouring walls and components must be provided under general ambient conditions and in the event of fire. See also notes on the standard load-bearing structure in EN1366-7:2004 or EN1363-1:2020. The fire protection system must not be exposed to any additional load other than its own weight, even in the event of a fire.