Test standards and certificates

Test standards are very important for products used for coatings. Test standards evidence the quality and particular properties of the certified products and therefore ensure the necessary safety. The occasionally high demands (chemical demands, abrasion resistance, flame resistance etc.) from clients, architects or even tenders can therefore be fulfilled.­

All tests are exclusively performed on cured coatings.­

By clicking on the description, you can see all the Zweihorn® products (and test certificates) that meet the test standard.

In addition, you can download an overview here to see all the test standards for the various products.

All Zweihorn® test standards

DIN 4102 – standard applicable to Germany
Fire behaviour/low flammability General building inspectorate certificate [ABP – Allgemein bauaufsichtliches Prüfzeugnis]

DIN 4102 – standard applicable to Germany Fire behaviour/low flammability General building inspectorate certificate [ABP – Allgemein bauaufsichtliches Prüfzeugnis]

DIN EN 13501-1 – for Europe 
Applicable standard for reaction to fire/flame resistance

DIN EN 13501-1 – for Europe Applicable standard for reaction to fire/flame resistance

Seal of approval for health-conscious and ecoconscious building materials and furnishings

Seal of approval for health-conscious and ecoconscious building materials and furnishings

CE marking

CE marking

Slip resistance DIN 51130 and ASR A1.5/1,2

Slip resistance DIN 51130 and ASR A1.5/1,2

Tox Control – certification for low-emissions furniture paint

Tox Control – certification for low-emissions furniture paint

Requirement for furniture surfaces in regards to their resistance to temperature changes

Requirement for furniture surfaces in regards to their resistance to temperature changes

Materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs / plastics based onUNI EN 1186-5: 2003

Materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs / plastics based onUNI EN 1186-5: 2003

According to Part 2 – DIN 68861 – Resistance of furniture surfaces: Abrasion resistance

According to Part 2 – DIN 68861 – Resistance of furniture surfaces: Abrasion resistance

DIN 68861 Part 1 - Resistance of furniture surfaces: chemical stress

DIN 68861 Part 1 - Resistance of furniture surfaces: chemical stress

EN 71-3 – European Standard - Migration of heavy metals Heavy metals/chemical elements (e.g., tests children’s toys) DIN 53160-1/2 saliva and sweat fastness

EN 71-3 – European Standard - Migration of heavy metals Heavy metals/chemical elements (e.g., tests children’s toys) DIN 53160-1/2 saliva and sweat fastness

EN 1399 Resistance against stubbing out and burning of cigarettes.

EN 1399 Resistance against stubbing out and burning of cigarettes.

Extremely heat-resistant. Short-term exposure to heat of 150° C without visible traces.

Extremely heat-resistant. Short-term exposure to heat of 150° C without visible traces.

Highly flammable according to Marine Equipment Directive MED 2014/90/EU