World market leader

World market leader

Stöbich Brandschutz

Reliable protection against flames and smoke

Stöbich Fire Protection has been the technology and world market leader in preventive building-related fire protection for more than 35 years, and manufactures standard designs and customised solutions for excellent architectural and industrial projects. All products are made in Germany. Export sales total approx. 45 %. With 11 of its own sales companies and selected partners, the company operates in more than 50 countries across the globe.

More than 35 years Stöbich

The origins of this family-run Goslar company go back to 1978 when a large-scale fire in a Bahlsen factory caused damage that ran into the millions because the fire passed through the wall openings required for the conveyor systems thereby spreading to several parts of the factory.

And it was precisely for these openings in walls and ceilings that engineer Dr. Jochen Stöbich developed the first fire protection closures for conveyor systems, forming the basis for the rapid development and foundation of the company Stöbich Brandschutz.

Courage and enthusiasm for technology - Made in Germany

134 patents and 11 world innovations successfully established on the market

Stöbich has advanced to a fire protection specialist based on numerous fire tests and a large number of successful construction projects. For more than 35 years Stöbich has been setting global standards with respect to innovative prowess and key technologies. Its many years of experience and competence have allowed the company to keep coming up with pioneering innovations. Every new development raises the standard for improved constructive system properties and higher protection goals for the products. Since 2010 Stöbich has been listed in the Lexicon of German World Market Leaders and was recoqnized as a Top Innovator in 2015.

Pionier im baulichen Brandschutz

Pioneer in structural fire protection

Continuous commitment to innovation and a wealth of know-how gained over the past 30 years have been the drivers behind the fire protection solutions for almost any application purpose. In particular with respect to the manufacture of fire and smoke-proof textiles, Stöbich Brandschutz has become an innovation leader that uses state-of-the-art materials to produce future-oriented products that meet both architectural and also technical requirements. Stöbich has advanced to a fire protection specialist due to the large number of successful construction projects in the past and numerous fire tests. The know-how it has amassed during this time is reflected in its broad product portfolio and comprehensive range of services. Many years of experience and competence have allowed the company to keep coming up with pioneering innovations. Every new development raises the standard for improved constructive system properties and higher protection goals for the products. The continuous improvement of the Stöbich solutions, a series of new ideas and their efficient implementation have secured the company a leading role in the fire protection sector for the past 35 years.

Production site Germany

From standard designs to customised solutions

Stöbich only develops and manufactures in Germany. Whether it is the conveyor system closures, fire protection curtains or smoke protection curtains, each and every system is produced at the Goslar site. Precision, permanent controls and long-standing ties with suppliers are prevailing quality standards.

Be it the construction of the control systems, metalworking or development of fabrics, the know-how and the production processes are all cultivated and maintained within the company group.

Textiler Brandschutz

Brandschutz soll funktionieren, aber nicht auffallen! Denn herausragende Architektur zeichnet sich aus durch Harmonie von Form und Funktion. Textiler Brandschutz vereint dabei Ästhetik und Funktionalität und ermöglicht offene Raumkonzepte trotz strenger Brandschutzvorschriften. Wenn die bauliche Trennung in Brandabschnitte oder die Schaffung großflächiger Rauchbarrieren gefordert ist, greifen viele Brandschutzlösungen teils erheblich in das Raumkonzept ein.

Feuerschutzvorhänge, Rauchschürzen und textile Rauchschutzabschlüsse von STÖBICH präsentieren sich gestalterisch in einem sehr breiten Anwendungsspektrum und bieten eine nahezu unsichtbare Integration in anspruchsvolle und offene Architektur. Variable Einbauvarianten, sogar runde oder über Eck verlaufende Abschottungsbereiche und der Verschluss extrem großer Wand- und Deckenöffnungen machen Feuer- und Rauchschutzvorhänge von STÖBICH zu wahren Alleskönnern für unterschiedlichste Schutzziele.

Brandschutz für Förderanlagen

Die Entwicklung hat eine Historie. Im Jahre 1978 entstand durch einen Großbrand im Berliner Bahlsen-Werk ein Sachschaden in Millionenhöhe. Damals hatten die betroffenen Förderbänder das Feuer in mehrere Bereiche des Hallenkomplexes transportiert. Der vermeidbare Schaden betrug in diesem Fall rund 6 Millionen DM. Grund war, dass es zu dieser Zeit auf dem Markt weder funktionierende, noch geprüfte Konstruktionen zur Abschottung durchlaufender Fördersysteme gab.

Jochen Stöbich konstruierte die ersten Feuerschutzabschlüsse für diesen Anwendungsfall. Ob als Schieberbauform, Klappenkonstruktion, Drehflügeltür oder Sektionaltor: Für nahezu jede Einbausituation und Fördertechnikvariante gibt es heute eine geeignete Abschottungslösung. Dabei muss jeder FAA grundsätzlich zu einem störungsfreien Förderprozess beitragen, bzw. darf diesen nicht behindern. Hersteller von Förderanlagen setzen also ein sicheres Zusammenspiel zwischen Förderanlage und FAA sowie einen zuverlässigen Schließvorgang voraus.

Fire protection for conveyor belts

The development has a history. In 1978 a large fire in the Bahlsen factory in Berlin caused damage in the millions. In those days, the affected conveyor belts transported the fire into several areas of the hall complex. In this case, the avoidable damage was around 3,4 Million USD. The reason was that at this time there were no functioning or tested products available to shield continuous conveyor systems. Jochen Stöbich designed the first fire protection closures for this application case. Be it a valve construction form, damper construction, swing doors or sectional gate: Today, there is a suitable shielding solution for almost every installation situation and conveyor equipment variant. Each of these CSCs must ensure an uninterrupted conveyor process or may not hinder this. Manufacturers of conveyor systems assume that the conveyor system and the CSC work in harmony and ensure a reliable closing process.

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Leistungsfähigkeit moderner Brandschutztextilien

Beim Anblick eines nur 1 mm dicken Gewebes mag es für manchen schwer zu glauben sein, dass damit ein Feuerwiderstand erzielt wird, der dem von massiven Abschlüssen wie Türen oder Toren in nichts nachsteht. Doch moderne Textilien widerstehen mit Leichtigkeit Temperaturen von mehr als 1.000°C und bleiben dabei nachweislich über mehrere Stunden intakt. Darüber hinaus können derartige Vorhangsysteme mit entsprechendem Gewebeaufbau sogar den Strahlungsdurchgang um ca. 90 % reduzieren. Die Herstellung dieser Hightech-Gewebe erfordert jedoch viel Entwicklungsaufwand sowie aufwendige Web-, Beschichtungs- und Laminiertechniken.

Preise und Auszeichnungen

Zahlreiche Preise und Auszeichnungen für innovative Brandschutzlösungen belegen, dass STÖBICH-Produkte höchste ästhetische und architektonische Ansprüche an Gebäudekonzepte erfüllen.

Performance capability of modern fire protection textiles

Application options with system diversity

When looking at a fabric that is only 1 mm thick, most people find it difficult to believe that it is able to withstand fires in the same way as solid closures like gates or doors. However, modern textiles are easily able to withstand temperatures in excess of 1,000°C verifiably for several hours. Also, these kinds of curtain systems with the right fabric structure can even reduce heat by approx. 90%. There is a lot of development effort that goes into the production of these high-tech fabrics including complex weaving, coating and lamination techniques.

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The Stöbich Group

More than the sum of your companies!

The Stöbich Group has upstream and downstream areas along the actual value creation chain. The Stöbich group comprises 12 companies throughout Germany from the fields of control electronics, fabric development, insulation technology, optical measuring equipment, pollution and fire damage restoration, software development, new technologies and also service and maintenance.

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