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VTT CERTIFICATE NO 163/01, Date of issue 30.9.1996 Updated 20.12.2002, 7.8.2003 and 20.12.20081211.2 Requirements on fire resistance of structures and fire behaviour of products arepresented in the National Building Code of Finland, Part E1, Fire safety of buildings,Regulations and guidelines, 2002.11.3 Reaction to fire class of all panel types is A2­s1,d0. The classification is valid forfree standing applications, for thickness not less than 50 mm and for organic coatings:Polyester (25 µm), polyvinylidene fluoride (27 –40 µm), polyvinyl chloride­ laminate(132 µm) and glue amounts from 235 g/m 2 to 315 g/m 2 .The stone wools CES 35C, CES 50C, CES 50F and CES 75F used in Paroc Fire ProofPanels are classified to Euroclass A1.11.4 Fire resistance of wall or ceiling constructions made of Paroc Fire Proof Panelpanelsare classified according to the standard EN 13501­2. The classess for thedifferent panel types are given in the table 13. The following must be noted: The fireresistance classes in national type approvals for Paroc panels can differ from the table 13classes and the national classes are then valid:Table 13. Fire resistance classes of Paroc Fire Proof panelsApplication Panel type Thickness (mm) Fire resistance NoteclassPartitions and AST ® T 100 ­ 240 EI 45 1) 2)external walls AST ® S 5080100120150175EI 20EI 45EI 60EI 90EI 120EI 1801) 2)AST ® F 5080100120150200 ­ 240175 ­ 240AST ® E 5080100120150175 ­ 240EI 240EI 45EI 90EI 120EI 129EI 180EI 240EI 45EI 90EI 120EI 120EI 180EI 2401) 2)1) 2)Ceilings AST ® E 100 ­ 240 EI 60 1) 3)1) The Paroc panels are to meet the requirements as given in table 32) In a fire situation the panels can be used both vertically and horizontally installed3) For ceilings, the classification is valid for fire from both below and above provided that the loadbearing structures and the fastenings there to on the side exposed to fire are protected against fire insuch a way that their fire classifications (R) is at least the same as the fire classification of the ceilingand nor do their deflections have an adverse effect on the ceiling fire properties

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