Seco/Warwick will provide a fire resistance test system at Aluprof S.A., a leading producer of aluminum architectural systems in Europe. The laboratory furnace will test the fire resistance for vertical elements of building structures (glazed walls and curtain walls) at a temperature up to 1,200°C.
The Seco/Warwick system will allow Aluprof to test new products such as windows, doors, and façade systems before launching. Aluprof is now equipped to test many construction solutions that will ensure the highest quality product, and obtain the appropriate certification. The equipment was delivered with a specialized afterburning system to follow high environmental protection requirements.
“Our customer’s safety is our top priority at Aluprof S.A. We invested in the Seco/Warwick technology because the equipment was designed to meet our standards for performance tests, and meet or exceed our local environmental standards,” said Jacek Cholewa, investment director at Aluprof.
“We are serious about the design, engineering, and manufacturing of our furnaces for laboratory applications, as we are passionate about producing solutions that are both safe and reliable. We are proud to produce this technology with the power to make lives safer,” said Jarosław Talerzak, VP, thermal heat treatment furnace dystems at Seco/Warwick.
Seco/Warwick laboratory furnaces are the optimal solution in the implementation of structural fire resistance tests of building and ship constructions, horizontal and vertical components, and safes. Seco/Warwick has the technology expertise to design, engineer, and manufacture equipment to perform a wide variety of experimental processes in a manner that gives the user maximum flexibility.
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