A versatile fire retardant protection
WOODSAFE® PRO™ fire retardant wood is available in several different types of spiece for example pine, spruce, oak, cedar, ash, Douglas fir, heart pine, birch, maple, larch with the possibility of surface treatment with several different systems.
WOODSAFE® PRO™ fire retardant of wood manufacturing is covered by a type approval certificate according to the Swedish Housing Agency's building regulations, Plan and Building Act (SFS 2010:900) and construction product regulation 305/2011, EN14915 with associated continuous manufacturing control by RISE (0402). Document reference TG0263-08, CPR-0402-SC0243-09.
WOODSAFE® PRO™ fire retardant compounds is not based on hygroscopic substances such as ammonium phosphate, di-ammonium, urea or similar substances, which can create problems with mold growth, for example in attic spaces, and moisture absorption with associated leaching in exterior environments.
- Reaction to fire: B-s1,d0. (-s2)
- Cladding class: K210/B-s1,d0
- Cladding class: K110/B-s1,d0
- Facade cladding: SP FIRE 105 (spruce, 3-layer board)
- Utility class EN16755 INT1, INT2, EXT. (in an exterior environment, the cladding must be painted according to instructions)
- HR-resistance (Wood Protection Association, UK)
- Approval with or without air gap
- VOC (emission) approved according to the Swedish Housing Agency's building regulations (BBR) 2:2, 5:231, 5:551, -point 2, 3, 4 and 6:21
In our impregnation process, the wood and the wood product are wetted in their entirety and, depending on the product, 2-15% by weight of fire retardant is pushed deep into the cell structure of the wood, where it is fixed.
The combination of moisture and drying means that an initially finished planed, sawn or processed wood product can become slightly crooked and warped compared to untreated wood. The better the quality of the wood product, the better the final product.
In the fire impregnation process, the wood is soaked with water mixed with fire impregnation agent and then dried. The impregnation process also means that dimensional changes depending on the type of wood and plywood can occur, even within the framework of the same quality grading, which can result in the dimensions of the wood materials changing differently.
Dimensional change may deviate from planing tolerance and plywood tolerance, which is considered ok because the impregnation process takes place after planing and the production of plywood. It is the responsibility of the client/customer to take these conditions into account when ordering Woodsafe's contractor impregnation services through partners.
Sample projects WOODSAFE® PRO™
Scandinavia's largest mall with its 175 stores is decorated with oak panels (250 m3) in corridors. Fire impregnation with WOODSAFE® PRO™
An architectural landmark. The landmark includes, among other things, a hotel, restaurant and meeting rooms decorated with oak, ash and birch, among other things. Fire impregnation with WOODSAFE® PRO™
Karolinska Institutet's hall is an international meeting place for Nobel lectures, symposia and research meetings on Campus Solna, which is decorated with solid pine and plywood. Fire impregnation with WOODSAFE® PRO™
Industrial climate-smart construction. Efficient processes in modular construction create the right conditions for a society built of wood, here with spruce panels that have been fire-impregnated with WOODSAFE® PRO™
FAQ WOODSAFE® PRO™
Is WOODSAFE® PRO™ organic fire protection?
Is WOODSAFE® PRO™ toxic?
Is WOODSAFE® PRO™ approved for indoor use?
Can WOODSAFE® PRO™ be painted and varnished?
Does WOODSAFE® PRO™ contain hygroscopic salts?
Is WOODSAFE® PRO™ type approved?
What moisture ratio is delivered?
Can I treat with WOODSAFE® PRO™ myself?
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Is WOODSAFE® PRO™ CE certified?
Does WOODSAFE® PRO™ have fire resistant and persistent properties?