Ceilings

Non-combustibility is one of the requirements for the use of interior construction panels in shipbuilding. This is tested in accordance with IMO Resolution A799 (19). FIPRO® has passed all tests and is approved by marine safety authorities and classification companies as a “non-combustible construction material”.
Extensive tests of bulkheads and claddings have been performed with FIPRO®. You can find a selection of approved designs in the following presentations. Certificates are available on request.

Requirements: B-0 Class

Material: FIPRO®
Thickness: 10 mm
Junction: Deckhead mounting section
Construction: Detached steel construction
Sound reduction: 28 dB (estimated value)

Approved by:
Bureau Veritas
MED EC
USCG
Transport Canada
Germanischer Lloyd

OMEGA profile with screw cover strip

OMEGA profile with PVC cover section

OMEGA profile with screw cover profile or PVC cover section

Material: FIPRO®
Thickness: 16 mm
Junction: Screwed every 300 mm with
self-tapping screws 4,2×25 mm
Sound reduction: 29 dB (estimated value)

Approved by:
Bureau Veritas
MED EC
USCG
Transport Canada

Material: FIPRO® MS
Thickness: 16 mm
Junction: Screwed every 300 mm with
self-tapping screws 4,2×25 mm
Sound reduction: 29 dB (estimated value)

Approved by:
Bureau Veritas
MED EC
USCG
Transport Canada

Ceiling Joint

Requirements: B-15 Class

Material: FIPRO® MS
Thickness: 19 mm
Junction: Deckhead mounting section
Construction: Detached steel construction
Sound reduction: 31 dB (estimated value)

Approved by:
Bureau Veritas
MED EC
USCG
Transport Canada
Det Norske Veritas
Germanischer Lloyd

OMEGA profile with screw cover strip

OMEGA profile with PVC cover section

OMEGA profile with screw cover profile or PVC cover section

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