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Fire Certificate

Fire Certificate

All Cocoon tensioned fabric choices are certified to DIN 4102-1 (B) which is regarded as equivalent to the following applicable British Standards:

BS 7176 Crib 5 Upholstered Items

Crib 5 is regarded as the ‘gold standard’ of flammability test results for upholstered items. DirectTex SoftImage 240 is compliant to Crib 5. It may be helpful when considering fabric specification and performance to refer to the classifications set out within BS7176 as below:

 

Low Hazard
Offices, colleges, museums, exhibitions, day centres, schools, public houses, hospitals
Medium Hazard
Hotel bedrooms, public buildings, restaurants, places of public entertainment

BS476 Part 7 1987 Vertical Panels This test standard is used to classify a material in terms of "Spread of Flame" on vertical surfaces. DirectTex SoftImage 240 is compliant to Class 1 which is deemed “low surface spread of flame”. This is the highest result achievable with the test method and represents the performance normally required for walls and ceilings.