Burnblock® collaborates with the following Test Institutes and Organisations on the testing of materials treated with Burnblock. Our partners contribute to continuous research, development and documentation of all types of fire retardants to ensure implementation of the latest know-how in the field in the ongoing development of Burnblock fire retardant.
Danish Institute of Fire and Security Technology is besides being an accredited test institute and knowledge center in the field of security and fire safety.
RI.SE (SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden) is active in research, Fire Safety Engineering, support to national and international legislation, off-shore safety, risk analysis, testing, certification, inspection and so on. The group works globally.
Besides being an accredited institute for fire testing, MPA Dresden GmbH is an exceptional, international center of excellence in regard to fire protection, testing both for passive and active fire fighting.
MPA Eberswalde is a Notified Body of the EU for certification and audit of the CE-marking of wood products.
The Polish Building Research Institute – The Fire Research Department has more than four decades of experience in the field of research. The Department has received the certificate of the European Group of Organisations for Fire Testing, Inspection and Certification (EGOLF).
ETA-Danmark is an independent body which approves construction products and issue CE-approvals for building materials.
BRE is a world leading multi-disciplinary building science center with a mission to improve the building environment through research and knowledge generation.
The Danish Technical University (DTU) is ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe. DTU is constantly developing and increasing partnerships with industry.
OEKO-TEX ® Association is a product certification according to s provides companies along the textile chain with an ideal tool and clear added value for their operational quality assurance.
Burnblock is a member of Nordiska Träskyddsrådet, a council established in 1969 aiming for developing the knowledge and development for the wood protection industry.
Burnblock is a member of The Wood Protection Association (UK), that is a technical and advisory organisation dedicated to improving the performance and value of wood as a sustainable construction material.
InnoBYG is the construction industry’s innovation network for sustainable construction, co-financed by the Danish Agency for Research and Innovation. Burnblock is participating for advancing the use of wood and sustainability in the European building sector.
Burnblock has participated in a innovative R&D project for developing 100% non-toxic FR solutions for the European building sector. EUREKA is supporting cross boarder European innovation for SME companies for rapid developing ideas. Eurostars supports the development of rapidly marketable innovative products, processes and services that help improve the daily lives of people around the world.