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Stamisol Safe One Façade Breather Membrane A2 Weatherproofing Spraytest vs. Competitors
Especially for high-rise and high-risk buildings it is essential to have optimum fire safety for your complete external wall system using façade membranes rated Euroclass A1 or A2.
But it is also essential that a façade membrane provides strong resistance against driving rain, wind and UV radiation to ensure a long life-time for the facade systems, especially the thermal insulation.
See for yourself how the facade membranes of two competitors perform in our in-house spray-test, Stamisol is doing after every production batch for 3 hours!
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Stamisol Safe One façade membrane: how to achieve external wall systems completely in Euroclass A2
Façade membranes within a high-rise or high-risk building mostly cover a huge area of the building envelope and therefore have a high risk potential within the fire safety concept. Addressing the issue of breather membranes should therefore form part of any overall façade fire strategy.
Learn in our video how to realize an external wall system completely in Euroclass A2 and what you have to consider about façade breather membranes.
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Full Scale Fire Testing façade breather membranes Euroclass A2 towards Euroclass B and E
See for yourself how Stamisol Safe One reacts in a full-scale fire test initiated by the Technical Director of FPA and Director RISCAuthority, Dr Jim Glockling.
Discover how quick toxic fumes arise with Class B and E membranes and decide for yourself, which of the facade membranes will offer the maximum fire safety for your facade project.