Uniform fire protection concept
The safety cabinets for compressed gas cylinders of the SUPREME line plus help you to equip your laboratory with a fire resistance of 90 minutes throughout. In combination with the DÜPERTHAL safety cabinets type 90 according to DIN EN 14470-1, the SUPREME line plus is the right solution for a continuous fire protection concept according to the highest standards.
The fire resistance of safety cabinets in accordance with DIN EN 14470-2 is determined on the basis of the temperature rise inside the cabinet in a fire chamber according to the temperature/time curve in accordance with DIN EN 1363-1. Starting from a starting temperature of 20 +/- 5 °C and after the time until the temperature rise on the surface of the cylinder valve holder exceeds 50 Kelvin, the cabinet is then classified as type G15, G30, G60 or G90 (analogous to the time in minutes).
DIN EN 14470-1 for flammable liquids
DIN EN 14470-2 for compressed gas cylinders
Safety cabinets for the storage of compressed gas cylinders in accordance with DIN EN 14470-2 must be designed and constructed in such a way that in the event of fire the contents do not pose any additional risk of fire spreading. The fire resistance should enable the personnel to leave the working area and the fire brigade to reach the area and contain the fire before the compressed gas cylinders become unstable. In addition, for health and explosion protection, small gas emissions inside the cabinet must be extracted.
Excerpts from the DIN EN 14470-2
Gas and electricity pipelines
Fire chamber test
Insertion, removal and fastening
Extracts from DIN EN 14727 or, more recently, DIN EN 16121 and DIN EN 16122
Static endurance test
Dynamic load test
Type examination according to DIN EN 14470-2 by recognised test institutes (TÜV Süd, ift Rosenheim).
Classification Type G90/Type G30 according to DIN EN 14470-2. TÜV-tested according to DIN EN 14727 or newly DIN EN 16121 and DIN EN 16122 (laboratory furniture standard).
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