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Product description

Heat-insulating fire protection closure with a textile design that closes automatically in the event of an alarm, vertical installation position and closing direction.

TypeHeat-insulating fire protection closure with textile design
VerificationCE marking according to EN 16034:2014 in conjunction with EN 13241:2003+A2:2016
Closing directionFrom top to bottom
Fire resistanceEI1 30 – EI2 120 | Tested according to EN 1634-1:2014-03 | Classified according to EN 13501-2:2016
Smoke protectionSa: for joint length 14.5 m for EI1 30 – EI2 120 | Tested according to EN 1634-3:2005-01 in connection with EN 1363-1:2012-10 | Classified according to EN 13501-2:2016
Closing cyclesC0, C1, C2 | Tested according to EN 12605:2000-08 | Classified according to EN 13501-2:2016
Fire behaviour of textileB-s1, d0; E-d2 | Tested according to ISO 11925-2 and EN 13823 | Classified according to EN 13501-1:2018
Environmental conditionsSpecial environmental conditions are not taken into account (e.g. humidity > 80 %, ambient temperature < 5 °C and > 45 °C, wind loads etc.).
Visible surfacesgalvanized | RAL, smooth, silk gloss, standard coour shade | Stainless steel type I V2A material A-1.4301 (bright) | Stainless steel type I V2A material A-1.4301, K240 (ground) | in each case for the visible surfaces of the housing and the guide rails
FiberShield-I Stöbich

Key: System components:
1 = Smoke detector
2 = Housing
3 = Guide rail
4 = Control module
5 = Release device (see the valid general type approval of the brake system for design details of the electrical components.)

Key: Dimensions
B = Clear shell construction height
A = Clear shell construction width
AY = System height
LH = Clear system height
LB = Clear system width
BJ = System width
BX = Depth
BW = Height
v = Offset between housing and guide rail
Guide rail
CD = Width
CE = Depth
BD = Offset left
BE = Offset right

Size dimensions and system structure

The combination of classifications or the ratio of clear system width to clear system height may reduce the stated maximum dimensions and the dimensions of the housing and guide rails may vary. The specifications on the quotation apply.

Fire resistance/classificationsSize max.* [y x r] in mmFabricWall thickness* in mmHousingGuide rails
EI1 30/EI2 307315 x 3800Stratex 3150Type AType 1 oder Type 3***
EI1 30/EI2 307315 x 4950Stratex 3150Type BType 1 oder Type 3***
EI1 606600 x 4840Stratex 12150Type BType 2
EI2 604400 x 3400Stratex 6150Type AType 1 oder Type 3***
EI2 604400 x 4400Stratex 6150Type BType 1 oder Type 3***
EI2 606000 x 4840Stratex 9150Type BType 1
EI1 906000 x 4400Stratex 12150Type BType 2
EI2 906000 x 4400Stratex 9150Type BType 1
EI2 1206000 x 4840Stratex 12175Type BType 2
SaSa = joint length must not exceed 14.5 m (normative: 3-sided without end strip)
C7315 x 4950Stratex 3, EI1 30/EI2 30
C14400 x 4400Stratex 6, EI1 60
6000 x 4400Stratex 9, EI2 60
6000 x 4400Stratex 9, EI2 90
C26600 x 4840Stratex 3, EI1 30/EI230
6600 x 4400Stratex 12, EI1 60/EI260
6600 x 4400Stratex 12, EI1 90

The installation situation must comply with the building code requirements of the country of installation. The fire resistance of a ceiling or wall support structure and the adjacent 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 adjacent walls and components must be provided under general ambient conditions and in the event of fire. See also notes on the standard supporting structure in EN1366-7:2004 or EN1363-1:2020. The fire protection system must not be subjected to any additional loads other than its own weight, even in the event of fire.
* Deviations from size dimensions on request
** tested wall types according to the installation instructions
*** Guide rails type 3 maximum size 3000 x 2870 mm and no continuous functions C1 & C2


Wall with housing cover
Wall with housing cover
Type A: BX = 380 mm, BW = 350 mm
Type B: BX = 460 mm, BW = 430 mm
Wall without housing cover
Wall without housing cover
Type A: BX = 380 mm, BW = 350 mm
Type B: BX = 460 mm, BW = 430 mm
Wall without housing cover, with false ceiling
Wall without housing cover, with false ceiling
Type A: BX = 380 mm, BW = 350 mm
Type B: BX = 460 mm, BW = 430 mm

Guide rails

Type 1
Type 1
CD = 200 mm
CE = 82 mm
v = 47 mm
Type 2
Type 2
CD = 230 mm
CE = 110 mm
v = 42 mm
Type 3
Type 3
CD = 90 mm
CE = 120 mm
v = 77 mm

BD & BE = 0 mm für EI1 30, EI2 30
BD & BE = 60 mm für EI2 60