Natural fire-retardant solutions for wood and natural fiber products

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It is difficult to imagine modern construction without the use of plywood, which thanks to Burnblock® fire retardant impregnation can achieve a fire resistance class of B-s1;d0. We can find them in schools, hotels, stadiums, theaters, hospitals, shopping malls and airports all over the world. Fire resistant plywood is also a valued material and eagerly used in transport.

Fire retardant wood materials are constantly finding new applications. We also meet them in other industries, including as a raw material for the production of furniture, floor composites or exhibition infrastructure.

Moreover, Burnblock® is:

What we say is what we can document and we are clear and open about what we cannot document.

Public transport


For materials used in railways, the EN 45545-2 standard applies, which specifies the requirements for reaction to fire for materials and components used in passenger land transport vehicles running on rails (wagons, locomotives, trams). Thanks to the Burnblock® fire retardant impregnation can achieve fire resistance, thus increasing the safety of passengers.

Fit for purpose

Unconventional solutions require an unconventional approach.

You have an idea that does not fit into the current standards for fire tests?

We will turn it into a ready-made plan. We always approach new applications individually and with full commitment.

Our partners

Our partners for service impregnation
will be pleased to advice you about wood
and wood treatment with Burnblock®.

We are an enterprising company, characterised at heart by a pioneering spirit and the courage to follow new paths.
Wilders Plads 15C, 1403 Copenhagen K, Denmark

Pilot plant

Mose Alle 17A
DK-2610 Roedovre

Pilot plant delivery procedure

Please send test material specimens in agreed number and dimensions to:
Contact person for unloading:
Mette Jalving Lystlund
Opening hours:
According to agreement with
Mette Jalving Lystlund