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Furniture & Fittings ">> Circulation Area Fittings > Noticeboards

SUNDEALA FR BOARD | Class B Fire-Rated Notice Board & Pin Board


SUNDEALA FR BOARD | Class B Fire-Rated Notice Board & Pin Board


Class B fire-rated board for use as noticeboard, pin board, display board, screens, partitions and wall lining in living, working, teaching and creative spaces.

Available in standard sizes from 900 x 600 mm to 2400 x 1200 mm, Sundeala FR Board can be mounted directly on the wall or used as a core board with a variety of fabric and frame options (see Sundeala FR Notice Boards).

It does not rely on the performance of a fabric covering to achieve the required fire safety standards. Its Euro Class B fire rating exceeds the minimum fire performance classification requirements of ‘Building Bulletin 100 (BB 100): design for fire safety in schools’ for notice boards.

Sundeala FR Board is available in seven shades to suit different interior colour schemes. Non-toxic natural mineral pigments are used to colour the boards, providing a rich and uniform colour saturation that permeates the full board thickness.

Sundeala FR Board does not contain virgin wood material. It is produced from recycled cellulose fibres sourced from within the UK and is fully recyclable, reducing the need to send waste to landfill at the end of its life.

Negligible VOC and formaldehyde emissions make Sundeala FR Board an appealing solution for learning and working environments where indoor air quality (IAQ) is a key consideration.

With an exceptional ability to maintain its integrity from the constant use of pins and staples, it offers a secure and reliable pin retention far superior to that of cork and wood fibre alternatives.

Very little maintenance is required once installed. Surface marks and scuffs from normal wear can be easily removed with a fine grain sandpaper to revitalise and restore the board surface to its original factory-finish.

It can be used across a range of sectors including health, education, commercial, residential, retail, hotel, leisure, military and custodial.

Sundeala FR Board is British-made and comes with a 25-year warranty.

Sundeala provides a complementary and comprehensive advisory service for designers, specifiers, contractors, facilities / estate managers and stockists. We offer expert guidance to make the specification, installation and maintenance process as straightforward as possible. Sundeala also offers project specific advice and solutions for non–standard applications.

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In its January 2019 report RIBA stated that even though a building fire safety strategy might be a requirement of Building Regulations, there is little consistency over what information is being handed over in practice. What does this mean for fire safety in England & Wales and what can architects, designers and specifiers do to mitigate risks once the project leaves their desks?