Applications Façade Membrane A2 / PV Façades

​Applications for Stamisol Safe One façade breather membrane Class A2

Applications Façade Membrane A2 / PV Façades

Full fire safety for high-rise buildings and high-risk buildings

Ideal for creative, rear-ventilated façades, PV façades and recladding

For the most demanding applications

Stamisol Safe One Euroclass A2 façade breather membrane behind cladding can be used both for closed and partially open vertical façades with up to 50 mm joints or an open area up to 50 % by meeting stringent fire prevention requirements:
— Apartment blocks higher than 11 meters
— Hospitals, retirement homes, rehab centres
— Universities
— Schools, nurseries
— Office buildings with high public traffic
— Transport facilities
— Building floor extensions

Recladding of high-rise buildings

At the last count in January 2020, there are 350 high-rise buildings that will need to be reclad. This number is expected to rise after further building inspection.

Within the UK high-rise building recladding programme there could be an extensive need for replacement of vertical breather waterproof membranes. With the UK building regulations under review the opportunity should be taken now to refit with the new class A2-s1,d0 membrane instead of the current class E or B.

Why risk fire and toxic fumes with a class B, when an Euroclass A2-s1,d0 membrane is now available with Stamisol Safe One?

Reference

Office Building BBL, CH-Ittigen
Architects: Berrel Berrel Kräutler AG
Facade: Wenger Holzbau

Applications Façade Membrane A2 / PV Façades
Applications Façade Membrane A2 / PV Façades

Outstanding resistance against high temperatures

Also ideal for photovoltaic façades

Facade breather membrane for PV / Photovoltaic facades
Applications Façade Membrane A2 / PV Façades

To generate energy and support sustainability concepts for buildings, more and more buildings are being equipped with photovoltaic elements in the façade.

Tested for a fire resistance to 250 °C. Stamisol Safe One supports a safe design of the rear ventilation of photovoltaic façades or façade claddings, which are exposed to fire and heat radiation.

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