New Certificate for SB Broneske

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Tuesday, September 03, 2013
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World exclusive flexible fire- and water-proof penetration for deck and bulkhead - elastic support for exhaust pipe systems made in Germany

SB Broneske (Schwingungstechnik-Broneske GmbH) said it is the only supplier worldwide of fire- and water-proofed flexible deck and bulkhead penetration for the exhaust pipe system.

In addition to the world exclusive certificate of fire approval for single pipe deck penetration our company received on August 19, 2013 the Lloyd’s Register Type Approval for single steel pipe bulkhead penetration.

The penetrations are fire-proof for 60 minutes (A-60) at 1,000’C and water-proof for 30 minutes six meters, 0.6 bar). They are especially popular with all kinds of passenger vessels and offshore ships. SB Broneske offers additional sizes and materials on request.

Because of zero transfer of vibration and structure-born noise into the ship’s structure these proofed flexible pipe penetrations meets demands of MLC 2006.

www.broneske.de/en


www.broneske.de/en/the-world-s-first-flexible-fire-and-water-proof-penetration-for-exhaust-pipe-systems

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