Where fire safety is your ultimate concern, our Blazemaster boards have been tested under the European Harmonised Standards BS EN 13823: 2002 and BS EN 11825-2 and fully meets the criteria for Class B. Blazemaster may therefore now be used in locations that required British Standard and Building Regulation classifications of Class 1 and Class 0.
As a general guide, Class B products should be used in fire escape routes, corridors, stairways, lobbies, kitchens, workshops, laboratories etc. If in any doubt your local Fire Officer can advise on their correct use.
Blazemaster fire resistant notice boards have been designed and tested to meet the latest European fire regulations and has been certified in accordance with EN 13501-1: 2007. This means you can have complete confidence that your notice board, is fully approved in accordance with this standard.
If you have any questions regarding any of our fire resistant boards, please give us a call on 01539 628309 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FlameShield Notice boards
To comply with the latest building and fire regulations, notice boards for corridors and escape routes should be certified to EN13501: 2007 class B. (This new standard is the equivalent of the British Standard Class 0.) This relates to the complete assembled product and not just the fabric, a covering or its constituent parts.
Our range of Class 0 fire retardant noticeboards are the ideal solution for school corridors and escape routes, as they have been independently tested and verified to class B So2. EN13501:2007. This includes the separate product fire tests EN11925 and EN13823. These rigorous tests should give total confidence that you are specifying the right product for your busy school environment.
Solutions are available to suit all budget with unframed, framed, and locking noticeboards.
FireCover notice boards
Many standard notice boards offer zero protection in the unfortunate instance of fire. There are also many areas such as personal offices that do not require Class 0 certified products.
Schools however have a potentiality greater risk of fire even in low hazard areas, and due to the volume of display material the spread of fire can be concerning.
We have therefore developed a range of mid-range notice boards that are covered with a fire retardant fabric material.