GECON Protect non-flammable board with increased fire resistance

GECON Protect is a fireproof, non-flammable board with increased fire resistance, which reaches the class E30/EI30/EW30.

By using protective boards GECON Protect, you will increase the fire resistance of the entire structure. GECON Protect boards are an alternative to cement-chipboards with a comparable price.

They are produced by a technology developed and protected by us, which significantly reduces the emission footprint in the production of boards and recycles various types of input materials to 99%, which cannot normally be recycled. With us, these materials get a second chance and after processing they meet strict EU standards.

Our boards are manufactured without the content of substances harmful to health or nature (even without formaldehyde).

GECON Protect has the following features

  • Fire resistance

    E30/EI30/EW30 (30 minutes)

  • Practical solution

    Aesthetic and practical solution for hitherto unused spaces

  • Application

    Trouble-free application even in wet processes

  • Resistance to fungi and pests

    Our adhesives have a pH that eliminates fungus and bacteria and is additionally treated with HT (Heat Treatment).

  • Regulation of humidity

    Ability to regulate air humidity

  • Without the addition of formaldehyde

    100 % hygienic

  • 100% Recyclability

  • Energy saving

  • Usage

    Ideal for application to floors, walls and ceilings

  • Manipulation

    Easy handling (weights only 8 kg / m2 with a board thickness of 10 mm)

  • Size and format

    Supplied as a large-area board (1.2 x 2.7 m), so there is no need to construct from small parts and subsequently sealing the gaps (on request, of course, we can also supply smaller formats).

Practical Use

Thanks to their fire resistance, Gecon Protect boards can be used wherever increased fire protection is required while maintaining other properties of GECON boards.

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    Suspended walls

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    Lining of elevator shafts