True: Some of the heat insulation materials can provide sound insulation. However, sound insulation materials are recommended for sound insulation.
True: The insulation plates used for external heat insulation are produced according to the 'Fire Resistance Classes' specified in the regulations.
True: Just like for fire insulation of other building elements, it is necessary to use certified insulation products that provide the strength specified in the Regulation on Protection of Buildings from Fire for roofs.
True: Even if the material is also in the A flammability class, it can not be said that the material has any strength value without certification.
True: With the fire insulation applications, fire spreading delay can be provided in the durations defined by our regulations.
True: Systems that extinguish fire with water can not be described as "fire insulation". All extinguishing systems are switched on after fire breaks and have important tasks in fire fighting. However, fire precautions are not limited to active measures such as extinguishing systems only. In order to evacuate the building safely, passive safeguard measures like insulating the escape routes, formation of insulated building elements delaying the spreading of fire, and taking measures to prevent the collapsing of the entire building or a part of it by the heat effect provide a defense line and active measures constitute the attack line against fire. Thus, should be considered as insulation measures that should be taken structurally and active measures that are triggered in the event of fire such as fire fighting, detection, warning
True: Measures to be taken in relation to fire safety should be applied to all elements of the building.
Installations and transition areas through fire-resistant walls and upholstery are also areas where measures need to be taken.
True: Insulation materials used in buildings with health service purposes, all buildings with more than 1000 people, hotels with 100 and more rooms, motels, dormitories, windowless and underground buildings, high buildings and strong current supplies and distribution cables, lighting system cables, all sorts of current carriers like cables and bus-bars must be made up of halogen-free materials which do not produce toxic gases when exposed to fire.