Aestuver® is one of the leading brands in structural fire protection and also offers a wide range of products for bulkheads and fire protection joints.

Fire protection precautions must be taken so that in the event of a fire, nobody is damaged by fire and smoke and material damage can be contained. To this end, the overriding objectives of fire protection according to §14 MBO 2002 must be observed: "Structural installations must be arranged, erected, modified and maintained in such a way as to prevent the occurrence of a fire and the spread of fire and smoke (spread of fire) and, in the event of a fire, rescue of people and animals and effective extinguishing work are possible.

To ensure these objectives, four key fire safety building blocks are linked:
  • Structural fire protection
  • Plant fire protection
  • Defensive fire protection
  • Organizational fire protection

In the field of structural fire protection, concrete requirements arise from the respective legal regulations (state building regulations) with regard to:
  • the flammability of the building material,
  • the fire resistance duration of the components,
  • the tightness of the closures of openings and
  • the arrangement, location and design of escape and rescue routes.
Mounting wall

Mounting wall
  • Classification: F 90-A / F 120-A
  • Assembly and steel framework walls
Shaft wall

Shaft wall
  • Classification: F 90-A
  • Solutions with and without substructure possible
Steel component (girder / support)​

Steel component (girder / support)
  • Classification:
    • national: F 30-A to F 180-A
    • European: R 15 to R 240
  • Dimensioning options for design temperatures: 350 °C to 750 °C
  • project-specific calculation with online planner
Suspending Ceiling

Suspending Ceiling
  • Classification: F 60-A to F 90-A independent suspended ceilings,
  • Type II/III ceilings and self-supporting ceiling systems
  • Solutions for fire exposure from above and below
Trapezoidal steel sheet ceiling

Trapezoidal steel sheet ceiling
  • Classification: F 30-A to F 120-A
  • statically freely dimensionable
Concrete reinforcement

Concrete reinforcement
  • Classification: F 30-A to F 240-A
  • Reinforcement of walls and ceilings made of steel or pre stressed concrete
  • Coating with plaster and reinforcement systems possible

Board materials and accessories can be used in many different ways. With our team of highly experienced application technology and R&D engineers we are happy to assist our partners in developing solutions to suit their individual needs.

Look at the advantages of the Aestuver® fire protection boards yourself: