Certifications

The solid wood walls produced by Biohabitat have the following certifications:

HOLZCERT AUSTRIA – CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE- EC 1359 – CPR 0687 DATED 12/07/2016

EOTA (European Technical Approval) – ETA-13/0226 (24.08.2015): “European Technical Approval for solid wood slab element of dowel jointed timber boards to be used as structural elements in buildings”

ICILA – CERTIFICATE PEFC N° ICILA – PEFCCOC-002524 dated dd/mm/yy

MFPA Leipzig Gmbh (Germany), Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Operative Unit III – Structural Fire Protection – Technical Report no. PB3.2/12-169-1 (22.03.2013) “Fire Resistance Test”

IVALSA – CNR (Italy), National Research Council – Institute for the development of wood and arboreous species – Test Certificate 0003689 dated 20.12.2012 – “Tests conducted to determine certain physical and mechanic features of Biohabitat solid wood walls (cut resistance test) and flexure resistance of wood dowels used in the walls”

University of Karlsruhe (Germany), Experimental Research Institute on steel, wood and minerals, Official Institute for Material Testing: Test Report no. 116102 (27.06.2011) “Tests conducted to determine the behaviour in the event of earthquake of solid wood walls”

University of Karlsruhe (Germany), Experimental Research Institute on steel, wood and minerals, Official Institute for Material Testing: Elements in Solid Wood- Assessment 618 (20.01.2009), prepared by Prof. Dr.-Eng. H.J. Blaß, Professor of Wood Civil Engineering and Civil Engineering, Sworn expert of public designation, expert in wooden buildings and civil engineering

University of Karlsruhe (Germany), Experimental Research Institute on steel, wood and minerals, Official Institute for Material Testing: Test Certificate no. 086122 (17.11.2008): “Tests on the load-bearing capacity and deformation capacity of solid wood walls (slide and cut test)”

ETH (Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology – Zurich) – IfB (Institute for Building Materials): “Research Project 2-71114-07: Comparative analysis of thermal protections optimised with different systems of wood buildings” (October 2008)