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Pavel Zemene, Ph.D.

Pavel Zemene, Ph.D.

Czech EPS Association

Dr. Pavel Zemene received his doctorate from the University of Pardubice. He has spent almost his entire professional life in the field of plastics. Since the foundation of the Czech EPS Association in 1998 he has been its chairman. He has been involved in the expanded polystyrene issues both at national and European level. He is a member of several working groups within European Committee for Standardization (CEN) and European Organization for Technical Assessment (EOTA), where he participates in the preparation of documents concerning ETICS. He is also currently working on EPS and circular economy issues.

“Fire safety of ETICS with EPS”

The fire safety aspects of ETICS, in which expanded polystyrene (EPS) boards were used as thermal insulation material, will be presented. The author will discuss the fire statistics of ETICS insulated buildings. The influence of the location and type of window openings and different insulation materials on the fire spread will be presented. Different ETICS fire test methods and their results will be discussed in regard to the new European fire test methodology.

Wszyscy prelegenci

Piotr Turkowski, Ph.D.
Instytut Techniki Budowlanej

Eric Las Ms.C.
Noviocon/EUMEPS technical advisor

Ing. Dana Bellusova
Building Testing and Research Institute (TSUS), Bratislava

Paweł Krause, Ph.D., D.Sc.
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Silesian University of Technology

Torsten Richter, Ph.D
Leibniz Universität Hannover

Arkadiusz Węglarz, Ph.D.
National Energy Conservation Agency, KAPE S.A.

Roman Sobczak, Ms.C
Polish Association for ETICS

Małgorzata Niziurska, Ph.D.

Pavel Zemene, Ph.D.
Czech EPS Association

Mariusz Garecki, Ph.D.
Polish Association for Thermal Insulation Systems

Ralf Pasker, Ms.C.
European Association for ETICS (EAE)

Michael Faatz, Ph.D.
Wacker Chemie AG

Artur Miros, Ph.D.
Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Mechanized Construction and Rock Mining


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