Trimo wants buildings to be comfortable and to be safe. Fire safety in buildings is a broad concept that refers to protecting people, animals, property and places, as well as the environment, from the often devastating effects of fire and deadly smoke.
- 50% of the fire deaths are due to inhalation of smoke and toxic combustion gases only.
- More than 4,000 deaths and 70,000 hospitalizations every year due to fire and smoke related injuries - that’s nearly 200 people every day.
- 126 billion € equivalent to 1% of European GDP is eaten up by fire damage each year.
Maximised protection of people, animals, property and environment in case of fire.
Peace of mind
Products are tested and certified by leading international third-parties FM Approvals and LPCB.
Long fire resistance of walls and roofs - Qbiss One up to two hours (EI120), Trimoterm up to four hours (EI240).
Fire classified non-combustible material
Highest fire classified non-combustible material with Euroclass A1 does not add any energy to fire.
Non-toxic and non-deadly smoke emitted in case of fire.
Insurance savings and reduced property loss risk.
Building products with different insulation cores are available in the construction market such as mineral wool and foams. Their fire resistance and their performance to fire vary significantly.
Choosing products whose core is non-combustible is a certain way of ensuring that they do not contribute to a flashover in a fire and will not significantly increase fire intensity at any stage.
From left to right: polyurethane (PUR), mineral wool (MW), polyisocyanurate (PIR) sandwich panels.
Watch the Video using different sanwdich panel types in real fire situation.
Trimo’s product and solutions, which have been assessed and tested under the toughest conditions including fire tests and test for hurricane zones, offer peace of mind for all building stakeholders and enable insurance savings
Trimo building products, systems and solutions have been tested and approved to Factory Mutual (FM 4880, FM 4881) and Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPS 1208) standards to comply with property insurers risk requirements. For fire and other certificates for countries contact Trimo Technical Support