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The increasing population in the world, developing technology and industrialization, as well as the increase in structures open to public use such as business centers, large shopping centers, high-rise buildings, hotels, schools, hospitals, and subways bring along the risk of fire and, accordingly, material and moral damages.
The first way to prevent and reduce the loss of life and property that may arise from fire is to eliminate or reduce the factors that may cause fire. It should not be forgotten that the golden rule for protection from fires is to prevent the fire from breaking out rather than extinguishing it.
The fire resistance and resistance properties of the materials used in cables, which are used in building materials and which are the basis of electrical systems, have come to the fore. It is of great importance for the safety of life and property that the cables continue to work during a possible fire, ensure their continuity, reduce the emission of harmful and toxic gases that will adversely affect human health, and produce the reaction and resistance class against fire using high-level materials.
For the cable industry, CPR (Construction Products Regulation) includes the requirements for the fire reaction and fire resistance performance of power, control and communication cables used in fixed installations in any structure, including buildings and infrastructure, as well as the release of hazardous substances. However, it requires the fire performance declarations and CE marking of the cables used in the buildings.
While for cables, only a CE declaration according to LVD (Low Voltage Directive) was required for circulation in the European Union and the manufacturer's declaration was accepted for this directive, a Fire Performance Declaration (DoP) has also become necessary to add CE marking to the materials after CPR.
For cables, the EN 50575 standard will be mandatory as of July 1, 2017, and companies that will sell or distribute cables in European Union Countries will be able to legally request cable manufacturers to issue a declaration of performance (DoP) and CE marking on the product.