Variflex EI 30 - for passive fire protection

The protection of human life is always the number-one priority. In areas with large public traffic volumes particularly, safe and reliable fire protection is an absolute must. Especially designed to provide effective passive fire protection, the Variflex EI 30 movable wall system from DORMA Hüppe has been classified in compliance with the new Euronorm EN 13501-2.

  • Construction provides acoustic insulation with sound reduction ratings up to Rw 57 dB
  • Passive fire protection classified in accordance with the new Euronorm EN 13501-2
  • Can be equipped with a pass door tested compliant with EN 1634-1
  • Manual or optional semi-automatic operation

Developed for passive fire protection

To provide effective passive fire protection, the Variflex EI 30 movable wall system is made up of a sturdy support structure comprised of steel and aluminium profiles, plus proven sealing technology and multi-layered wall claddings. The construction also provides acoustic insulation with sound reduction ratings up to Rw 57 dB.

Fire resistance class determined in the test laboratory

To assess the fire protection class, one wall face of the Variflex EI 30 with integrated pass door was exposed under laboratory conditions to a direct flame for more than 30 minutes, and then classified in accordance with the new Euronorm EN 13501-2. With a fire load on one side, the closed and clamped Variflex movable wall offers a fire resistance rating of 30 minutes.

Pass door tested compliant with EN 1634-1

When closed, the partition will help to protect emergency exit and escape routes from fire. Hence the Variflex EI 30 is particularly suited to installation in spaces where there is a constant flow of public traffic. Special benefits: The Variflex EI 30 can also be equipped with a pass door tested compliant with EN 1634-1.

Further options from the Variflex range

Variflex 100
Variflex Glass
Variflex 88
Variflex ComfortDrive
Variflex Acoustic
Variflex EI 30
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