Our insulation is a key component in fire-resilient buildings as its stone wool fibres are inherently non-combustible and can resist temperatures up to 1,000º C. This is crucial to containing a fire locally and securing that a fire in a building will not become a building on fire. With minimal organic content, ROCKWOOL insulation will not produce any signficant toxic smoke.
ROCKWOOL can provide guidance on fire regulations and the appropriate methods of contruction in a variety of building types. Learn more about fire safety in buildings by reading our blogs below.
ROCKWOOL stone wool insulation tolerates temperatures of up to 1000°C and has been awarded the highest possible European classification: A1 non-combustible, it provides vital fire protection in buildings, keeping people safe, as well as minimising damage to valuable assets.