POLFLAM Announces Exciting News for the French Market!

Date: 29 November 2023
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POLFLAM Announces Exciting News for the French Market!
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Date: 29 November 2023

In a momentous achievement for POLFLAM, the company is delighted to announce the acquisition of crucial documents for the French market - the coveted "French approval" or Proces-Verbal de Classement.

This significant approval has been granted by the prestigious third-party laboratory, Efectis France, located in Metz. The authorization officially sanctions the utilization of POLFLAM's fire-resistant glass in Jansen 𝐕𝐈𝐒𝐒 𝐓𝐕𝐒/𝐓𝐕 façade system solutions. 

The granted approval is detailed in Process-Verbal de Classement EFR-23-002975, encompassing system variants in classes EI 30 and EW 30. These variants are permitted to have maximum dimensions up to 1700 mm x 3200 mm or 3200 mm x 1700 mm for EI 30, and 1500 mm x 3048 mm for EW 30. 

Furthermore, Process-Verbal de Classement EFR-23-002974 outlines approved system variants in classes EI 60. These variants are authorized with maximum dimensions up to 2040 mm x 3840 mm (Aₘₐₓ 6,58m²) or 3787 mm x 1800mm (Aₘₐₓ 5,73m²). 

It is noteworthy that the maximum thickness of the Insulating Glass Unit (IGU) is specified at 70 mm, representing the highest thickness that can be securely integrated into the Jansen system. 

Each successful test conducted stands as a testament to the exceptional quality of POLFLAM's fire-resistant glass. The company, known for conducting several hundred fire tests annually, takes immense pride in consistently meeting and surpassing industry standards, reaffirming its commitment to delivering superior products. 

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