RESEARCH AND CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE
in the field of fire reaction
"The most tangible of all visible mysteries – fire"
– LEIGH HUNT
Tests and evaluation methods to determine the fire reaction performance of electrical cables for applications such as construction product (EN 13501-6, EN 50575 and EU 305/11-CPR) and other applications
Tests and methods of classification of fire reaction of construction products (EN 13501-1 and EU 305/11-CPR)
Tests and methods according to various standards: Italian (UNI), French (NF), English (BS), American (CAL – NFPA – CPSC), German (DIN), European voluntary (EN)
Tests and methods for the railway sector according to European Standard EN 45545-2, according to Italian Standard UNI CEI 11170-3; tests and methods for the naval sector according to IMO MSC 307 (88); tests and methods for the aeronautical sector according to FAR 25.853 and ABD
Full scale tests aimed at obtaining experimental data that can be used for the assessment of the fire load of storage areas (RHR curve) in reference to paragraph M.2.4.3 of the Coordinated Text of the DM 03 August 2015 and related amendments to the DM 18 October 2019
Conference PVC 4 CABLES
L.S. Fire participated as a speaker, with the presence of our technical director Dr. Maddalena Pezzani and our R&D Dr. Alessandro Ottolini.
ISO 17065 accreditation
L.S.Fire has obtained the accreditation from ACCREDIA as Certification Body according to UNI CEI EN/ISO/IEC 17065:2012
L.S Fire is pleased to announce the collaboration with IIP – Istituto Italiano dei Plastici – Certificazioni ispezioni prove formazione – Materie plastiche.
List of laboratories approved by CERTIFER
Available the list of laboratories recognized by CERTIFER for the performance of tests according to EN 45545-2 thanks to participation in the last fire-smoke tests.
L.S. Fire is pleased to announce the collaboration with ABICert l’Ente di Certificazione.
Technical manual publication: Plastics Flammability Handbook 4e
It’s available the 4th edition of the Plastics Flammability Handbook, edited by Juergen Troitzsch and Edith Antonatus. This full version includes new national and international standards, new technologies and test procedures, new retardants and formulations, which reflect the current state of the art. It contains the contribution of important specialists in this field; the Italian section was developed by our d.ssa Eleonora Anselmi