Products from the KAVALAN range of PVC-free large-format materials, KAVALAN Sunlight Weldable and KAVALAN Spiderweb 300, have successfully obtained Warringtonfire fire resistant certification CERTIFIRE TS62, further demonstrating that KAVALAN’s outdoor materials are a high-quality, trusted and responsible alternative to traditional PVC.
CERTIFIRE is an independent, third party level 5 certification scheme awarded to products and systems that embody ‘performance, quality, reliability, and traceability’, and is recognised globally as a dependable barometer of fire safety. The scheme can also be used by architects, specifiers, contractors and building owners, as CERTIFIRE provides assurance that fire protection products and systems correctly installed will perform as required.
The certification distinguishes PVC-free KAVALAN building wrap materials from any competition. These products will now bear the CERTIFIRE mark and once printed, can be used on any scaffolded buildings and construction sites, along with the many other promotional and branding applications for which banner and mesh are used.
Vincent Lin, Vice President, TAYA Groups, comments: “KAVALAN is upholding its reputation as a pioneer, setting our products apart by acquiring the respected Warringtonfire CERTIFIRE certification which will become a mandatory requirement for scaffolding and building wrap projects in the future.
“We are always looking for ways to substantiate the quality and sustainability of the KAVALAN range, from our rigorous Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) assessments, to the development of the industry’s first Eco Calculator for large-format banner materials, and now CERTIFIRE TS62 for Sunlight Weldable frontlit and Spiderweb 300 mesh banners – all of this compounds KAVALAN’s unrivalled value proposition.”