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Protan enterprise SE Titanium+ a PVC membrane with polyester enhancement keeps the plants safe.The roofing made by us is fire resistant and safe.
Protan SE Titanium+ membrane is a root-resistant PVC membrane with a polyester reinforcement that is designed for extensive sedum roofs. The polyester reinforcement makes it optimal for mechanical fastening when necessary. The product is well suited with regards to protection against UV rays, variations in temperature and micro-organisms.
Because the sedum plants can only be installed during the summer, it is important to use a membrane that can be both mechanically fastened and fire classified. Protan SE Titanium+ membrane is Broof (t1) and Broof (t2) fire classified.
Protan Exposed Roof SE, Protan Terrace T, SE-L og Protan SE Titanium+ fulfils the requirements of class BROOF (t1) and (t2) according to EN 13501-5 for all underlay except EPS/XPS-insulation.
When using a migration barrier of at least 120 g/m² glass felt, Protan Exposed Roof SE, Protan Terrace T, SE-L og Protan SE Titanium+ fulfils class BROOF (t1) and (t2) also on EPS/XPS-insulation.
Protan Exposed Roof EX satisfies the requirements of class BROOF (t2) and (t1) in accordance with EN 13501-5 on underlay of old roofing membranes.
Protan Exposed Roof EXG fulfils class BROOF (t2) and (t1) according to EN 13501-5 for all underlay.
The testing is carried out in accordance with ENV 1187-2 and ENV 1187-1.
FIRE TESTING REQUIREMENTS FOR FITTING EXPOSED ROOFS ON A BUILDING.
ABOUT THE RULES FOR FIRE RATINGS OF ROOF MEMBRANES IN EUROPE:
Airborne fire tests of roof membranes for rating in Europe are carried out according to the test methods prEN*)1187. This is divided into four parts:
prEN1187 part 1, known as the German fire test
prEN1187 part 2, known as the Nordic fire test
prEN1187 part 3, known as the French fire test
prEN1187 part 4, known as the British fire test
*) prEN, where 'pr' means 'Preliminary', E-European and N-Norm. Alternatively, 'ENV' is also used, where 'V' stands for “Vornorm”.
It is up to the authorities of a country to decide which of the four parts/methods will be accepted. After satisfactory testing, the roof membrane can be classified in accordance with EN13501-5 for the applicable surface it was tested on and receives the classification:
BROOF(t1) in accordance with EN13501-5 and ENV 1187 part 1,
BROOF(t2) in accordance with EN13501-5 and ENV 1187 part 2,
BROOF(t3) in accordance with EN13501-5 and ENV 1187 part 3, or
BROOF(t4) in accordance with EN13501-5 and ENV 1187 part 4,
Contact Protan for an overview of all relevant fire classifications.