The BASALTEX laboratory is certified according to ISO 9001, collaborates with internationally authoritative research institutes in the field of Basalt fibers and independent testing organizations. BASALTEX possesses the know-how to follow up on your project, from the design phase, over the prototyping step, to the scaling-up for market introduction.
Our company relies on the profound experience of more than 100 years of fabrics finishing, assisted by state-of-the-art process technology, applied to a range of activities such as yarns preparation, weaving, and the fabrication of products from straightforward treated & coated fabrics to complex laminated structures.
In the BASALTEX laboratory, the products are submitted to relevant Norms such as:
prEN 1364-1 dd. 1998 / ASTM E 119-98: flame and mechanical integrity > 2 hrs
BS 6807 : 1996 Section 2 CRIB 7: resistance to ignition with source 7, located on top AND under the sample under test.
BS EN 597 - 1 : 1995: resistance to smouldering cigarette
BS EN 597 - 2 : 1995: resistance to match flame
FAR 25.853: individual materials flame retardancy (Air transport)
NF P92-504 - 1995 : M1 flame retardant
DIN 4102 Part 12: fire resistance improvement
NF F16-101 (1988), NF X10-702-1 (1995): smoke density - and NF X70-100 (1986): smoke toxicity
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