The GFW “Global Flexible Walls” has extraordinary protective properties regarding flame and heat resistance due to the dense surface and the low presence of moisture in the material. The development of steam or gas at high temperatures is therefore very low and will not affect the characteristics or the surface of the panel.
A so called “wild fire” can reach 700–900 degrees Celsius and an oil fire or fire with jet fuel can reach up to 1 200 degrees Celsius. The Global Flexible Skins will even resist some of those situations.
The GCCT “Global Composite Construction Technology” has its outstanding fire resistance properties due to the unique material composition in combination with sturdiness, flexibility, insulation and low weight.
The temperature resistance is considerable higher with basalt reinforced HPCC “High Performance Ceramic Concrete” compared to steel reinforced concrete.