Accredited Fire Testing Laboratory

Fire TS Laboratory is an IANZ accredited, ISO 17025:2017 certified laboratory of fire resistance testing for elements of construction. The laboratory accreditation scope includes AS1530.4, BS, EN, ISO, EFNARC, and Efectis testing methods.

Fire TS Laboratory's test reports are widely accepted in New Zealand and Australia.

Fire TS Laboratory is a UL recognised laboratory of fire resistance testing for UL AU Certification Mark.


Fire TS Laboratory is accredited to conduct fire resistance tests in compliance with AS1530.4 - Methods for fire tests on building materials, components and structures. Part 4: Fire resistance tests for elements of construction.
Certification Testing
Research Testing
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Fire TS Laboratory's accreditation scope and technical capabilities enable the team to conduct the fire resistance testing in accordance with EN and BS standards. Testing can be undertaken in either pilot or full scale furnaces.
Certification Testing
Research Testing 
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Fire TS Laboratory's pilot and full-scale furnaces are highly sophisticated equipment which demonstrate consistent performance and produce reliable results. 
Pilot-Scale Furnace
Full-Scale Furnace
20T Lab Crane
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Fire TS Laboratory's scope of services includes test specimen construction if requested. Construction is carried out by our team of experienced in-house personnel or by an approved external sub-contractor.
Framed & Prefabricated Wall
Installation of Penetrations
Painting On-Site
Casting On Site
Custom Made Builds
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Laboratory's accreditation scope includes tunnel fire testing in accordance with EFNARC & Efectis-R0695: 2020. All tunnel testing fire curves can be performed in either pilot or full-scale furnace.
RABT-ZTV (Train)
Rijkswaterstaat curve (RWS)
Hydrocarbon Modified (HCM) fire curve
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Fire TS Laboratory's team of experts possess necessary competence and experience in both testing and writing laboratory reports, enabling the team to prepare Formal Opinions/Assessments.
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