Timber circus tent

Timber circus tent

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Fire retardant

Planed

Vacuum pressure treatment

Fire retardant

Planed

Vacuum pressure treatment

Cladding

Construction

Thanks to a permanent circus tent made of steel and wood, Marchin is now definitively established as a circus village. The walls and roof of this unique construction for Latitude 50 are clad in brown impregnated pine from Lemahieu Group. Furthermore, the roof timbers were given a fire-retardant treatment to the required reaction-to-fire rating to comply with relevant fire regulations.

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Fire-retardant impregnated pine:

  • is protected preventively against wood-destroying fungi, soft rot, and larvae of wood-destroying insects.

  • is treated to achieve the required reaction-to-fire rating.

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More information about the fire-retardant treatment of timber

 

 

Project sheet

Description: Façade cladding in brown impregnated pine, treated with fire-retardant by Lemahieu Fire Protection® with Burnblock, up to the required reaction to fire classification.
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Design by: Atelier d'architecture Meunier-Westrade srl.

© Photos: Atelier d'architecture Meunier-Westrade srl.

Source references: RTBF, Latitude50 and Circostrada

 

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