FIRE TESTING 101: A BEGINNER'S GUIDE WITH DBI
6 ESSENTIAL STEPS TO ENSURE A SUCCESSFUL FIRE TEST
WHY CHOOSE DBI AS YOUR FIRE TESTING INSTITUTE?
Research and Development
GTS – APPROVED SECHNOLOGICAL SERVICE COMPANY
DEVELOPMENT OF FIRE-SAFE, BIO-BASED AND CIRCULAR CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS
FIRE-SAFETY OF BIO-BASED BUILDINGS
LCA tools for carbon optimized fire safety strategies in biobased buildings
Enabling use of sustainable building facades through fire performance assessment
Assessment of design fires for timber buildings
Participation in COST Action on ‘Holistic design of taller timber buildings (HELEN)’
Thermal behavior of engineered timber structures under natural fires
Safe Biobased Buildings through Evacuation Training
Experimental and modelling investigations of hybrid steel-timber construction details in fire
ENERGY AND TRANSPORT
Marco Polo DK
Validation, in-depth analysis and development of available explosion models for P2X applications
Modelling of cable fires in electrical components in P2X
Public perception and social acceptance of Power-to-X technologies
Offshore Hydrogen Wind Turbine
Results and conclusions from DBI’s Power-to-X Performance Contract
BUSINESS RESILIENCE IN DANISH SME
FIRE TRAINING COURSES
CONTACT THE COURSE DEPARTMENT
DBI AS A WORKPLACE
STUDENT JOBS, INTERNSHIPS, AND PROJECTS
New method of evaluating overall fire safety
- Fire safety is not just one thing. It involves an interplay between a number of different factors.
Climate change presents new problems for the emergency services
- The dry summer has caused a record number of wildfires.
Report prepares the ground for new Building Code in the wake of Grenfell Tower
- The first report following the Grenfell Tower fire in London has been published.
New possibilities for testing of polymeric materials
DBI can now test smaller components according to the UL94 standard
Solid timber elements can self-extinguish in the event of a fire
There is considerable evidence that timber will become an even more important construction material.
Cause of multistorey carpark fire in Liverpool still unclear
- Never before have 1,400 cars been engulfed by flames in a multistorey carpark.
Both progress and challenges have appeared during the drafting of a European facade test
- A draft proposal has been put forward for a common European standard.
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