- Own CE marking
- Building inspection approval: DIBt approval number Z-156.610-1373
- Emission-tested construction product in accordance with DIBt principles
- Fire performance: flame-retardant class Bfl-s1 as per DIN EN 13501-1 on solid mineral subsurfaces (gross density >/= 1350 kg/m³) and on subsurfaces made of wood and wood materials (thickness >/= 10 mm, gross density >/= 475 kg/m³)
- Acoustic and constructive decoupling from the subsurface (13-18 db impact sound reduction value as per ITA Wiesbaden test)
- Disposal (tile incl. cork layer and system joint mass) as per waste code 170904 (DK1 landfill)
ITA Wiesbaden: Improvement in impact sound
Tests by the ITA Wiesbaden showed a reduction in impact sound of 13 to 18 dB, depending on the system variant used.
For copyright reasons, we are not able publish these results online, but can send the certificate upon request.
DryTile meets the requirements for the Light Commercial rating of the Robinson test, the authorisation requirement for the American market.
Detailed information on the testing procedure and results are available upon request.
Otto-Graf-Institut Stuttgart – Fire protection test
The research and material testing institute at the University of Stuttgart carried out several comprehensive tests of DryTile’s fire protection properties.
The tests found that DryTile is flame retardant and generates no smoke, putting it in the Bfl-s1 classification.
The test certificate is available upon request.
General requirements for DryTile
When fitting large-size tiles, whether classic tiles or DryTile, the subsurface must display a level of evenness that goes beyond the requirements of DIN 18 202. The flatness tolerance is 2 mm for every 2 m of length.
Levelling and smoothing compounds can help create a suitably even subsurface, on which the large-size tiles can be laid.
We will be happy to advise you in detail on the right way to prepare your subsurface.