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Kastamonu products received a fire safety certificate

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The leading manufacturer of Russia's wood processing industry – Kastamonu – has updated its fire safety certificates for MDF, HDF boards and laminate. The received documents confirm that product characteristics comply with Technical Regulations on Fire Safety Requirements in force in the Russian Federation.

Technical Regulations on Fire Safety Requirements is a federal law defining the main provisions of technical regulation in the field of fire safety. Separate chapters of the law establish norms applicable to building materials, in particular, fire hazard classes of materials for various types of premises.

“The main priority of Kastamonu is the highest quality of products. The company regularly undergoes Russian and international audits for compliance with the most stringent technical and environmental requirements. This allows us to confidently declare ourselves as a reliable and responsible manufacturer that guarantees high quality and safety of manufactured materials,” said Ali Kılıç, CEO of Kastamonu Russia.

The updated fire safety certificates are valid for five years for all lines of Kastamonu laminate floorings, as well as for all types of MDF and HDF boards - polished, laminated, with acrylic coating - Acrylic and Industrial Acrylic.

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The group of companies of Kastamonu Entegre was established in 1969 as a part of the Hayat Holding. The company specializes in the manufacturing of MDF wood boards, particleboards, laminate flooring, door skin panels, and glossy panels. The consolidated turnover of Kastamonu Entegre amounts to €1.3 billion. The annual production of wood boards is 5 million m3, laminate flooring – 70 million m2.

Hayat Holding, which includes Kastamonu Entegre, was founded in 1937 and today consists of 41 companies in various business areas. Hayat unites brands such as Papia, Familia, Bingo, Molfix and many others.

Kastamonu Entegre has 18 plants in 7 countries: Turkey, Russia, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the USA. The company ranks No. 6 internationally and No. 4 in Europe among the largest companies in the wood processing industry.


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