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What is the difference between “Reaction to fire” and “Fire resistance”?
What are the differences between a fire retardant coating system and a standard system?
Which coated components can be certified as “protected by fire retardant coating”?
Can a component located outdoors be certified?
Is special equipment required to apply a fire retardant system?
How do I proceed to apply the correct spreading rate weights?
Which is better a water-based or a solvent-based system?
How do I proceed if the component is already coated and it must be rendered fire retardant?
Can a fire retardant system certified for floors be used on a wall? Can a fire retardant system certified for walls be used on parquet flooring?
I am a painter. Am I required to issue the application certificate?
I am a designer or site safety manager. Do I need to use a professional painter to comply with the requirements?
Does the “Declaration of Conformity” expire?
Can I certify a fire door with a system certified in “Fire Resistance”?
Can a fire retardant system certificate in the matt version be used in the glossy version?
Do I still comply with the requirements if I apply a spreading rate weight greater than the certified amount?
Does the fire retardant coating applied expire?
If I dilute the product before applying it, do I have to increase the spreading rate weight?
What is the difference between Ministerial Decree 26/6/84 and Ministerial Decree 06/03/92 for “Reaction to Fire”?
What is SCIA (Business Start-Up Certified Notification)?
Has the European Certification replaced the various standards in the individual EU countries?