IGNIPASCOMP fire-retardant poplar plywood by INVERNIZZI is a natural product, manufactured using poplar veneers that are fire-treated individually, then superposed on each other and glued to longitudinal
fibres, so as to obtain a fully fire-resistant board. The special technical processes and exclusive know-how make the IGNIPASCOMP poplar plywood panels extremely resistant to fire. In fact, the product is classified according to the UNI EN 13501-1 standard and therefore complies with the fire reaction Euroclass B-s2, d0. The product also complies with the UNI EN 45545-2 standard, referred to the railway sector, with R1 set of requirements.
|FACE GRADES||FRONT||III [BB]|
|THICKNESSES||MINUM||10 mm||May vary depending
on the chosen size.
|STANDARD SIZES||2520 x 1220||SPECIAL SIZES||On demand|
|Special sizes available on request. All productions are subject to the mill’s acceptance, surcharges and minimum quantities to be agreed at the time of each order.|
The company has involved in the sampling activily for the initial type testing (ITT) according to AoC1 the notified body LAPI for the Certification, inspection and testing according to directive 89/106 CEE.
Quality classification refers to standards EN 635-2
The gluing is consonant with the norm UNI EN 314 and it is determined only on the basis of its resistance to the humidity that defines the gluing class (norm UNI EN 636)
The Invernizzi IGNIPASCOMP fire-retardant poplar plywood is produced in MUF glue.: All Invernizzi plywood panels are in formaldehyde emission class E1(CATAS certified).
Layers n. (minimun)
Standard UNI EN 323
Technical features report indicative average values of poplar plywood, urea based glue line, referring to an average wood moisture content of 10% +/- 2%, realized using wood from the I-214 clone. These values may vary if, though keeping the same relation between thickness and number of layers, a different clone is used or in case there is a variation in the panel's core composition (way the veneers are disposed, thickness of the various layers).
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