What is Dagard’s fire resistant partition made of?
Composed of sandwich panels with a rock wool core, Dagard’s fireproof partition has proven fire resistance performance. Rock wool is non-combustible. Its melting point exceeds 1000°C. It does not give off toxic smoke.
Easy and quick to install, Dagard fire resistant partitions also offer great flexibility, allowing buildings to evolve easily if the need arises later.
Coating of the fire resistant partition
The fire resistant partition is covered with a galvanised steel sheet 5/10 or 6/10 thick. This sheet can be either smooth or ribbed and coated with a polyester lacquer of 25 μm, a PVDF lacquer of 35 μm, a PVC film of 100 to 120 μm or a polyester lacquer and PET film complex of 55 μm in total.
The two sides of the partition may have a different facing.
Technical characteristics of the fire partition
The composition and thickness of the fire resistant partition depends on the desired fire resistance performance.
The possible fire resistance performances are EI60, EI90, EI120 and EI180, i.e. 60 to 180 minutes.
The partition is made from the assembly of sandwich panels, which are either single interlocked with a plaster key or double interlocked with a calcium silicate key.