FIRESWISS FOAM 30-15 successfully tested to ball impact resistance

FIRESWISS FOAM 30-15 successfully tested to ball impact resistance
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FSF 30-15 has now successfully been tested to ball impact resistance according to DIN 18032-3.

FIRESWISS FOAM 30-15

The maximal approved dimensions are 200 x 300 cm. The outstanding advantage is that no additional PVB interlayer will be necessary to ensure ball impact resistance which previously could only be provided by special compositions like FSF 30-19 VSG 8-2.

It’s now all achieved by our regular FSF 30-15 so the panels will be thinner and lighter when used in such application. Consequently, the glass will be less expensive and save you money in constructions such as gyms, sports and leisure centers or similar facilities.  

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