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Successfully Certified:

the URN burial systems by Paul Wolff for highest product quality the cemetery outfitter Paul Wolff was currently certified 502/3 for urn burial systems with the RAL – quality mark. The Monchengladbach company corresponds to the very strict standards of RAL-Gutegemeinschaft cemetery systems e. V. The certification is guaranteed that Paul Wolff offers a consistent quality at a high level. This is true for the manufacturing and the construction of the URN burial systems as well as for a dignified burial. As urn burials are becoming increasingly popular, cemetery carriers increasingly require this seal of approval in their tenders.

The testing and quality regulations specify that the URN systems and equipment, as well as a more reverent and dignified, environmentally friendly use of ensure a long-term occupancy minimum rest requirements. Paul Wolff systems from the value stone Manufactory line in all these points correspond to the highest quality standards. Be checked in addition to the nature of the material, including also the optimum loading, vent, and the handling with the closure plates. In addition, the detection of system suitability of at least five cemetery providers that use the system, must be submitted during the first test. Permanent quality assurance unannounced, neutral tests in production are carried out at least once per year.

Thus, it is ensured that the customer in its cemeteries can use quality products, which ensure a high level of security to him. In particular, when it comes to a so sensitive issue such as burial. The RAL-Gutegemeinschaft cemetery systems e.V. represents the interests of innovative concepts of cemetery and offers solutions in the cemeteries. The Gutegemeinschaft cemetery systems e.V. is a nationwide Association of in the education specialist firms, which define the quality and excellence of its products and services through a special quality assurance. It is one of the RAL (Institute for good safety and labelling, Sankt Augustin) recognized community of goodness.

Hall Systems Construction

By single-aisle halls to the high Hall in Hall construction works Hall construction, have the purpose to wrap large spaces as supports free and allow multiple uses, such as industrial buildings, prefabricated halls, warehouses and industrial halls. Halls usually with prefabricated elements are created due to high heights and spans, as well as a short Assembly times. Especially the precast concrete construction has prevailed more in recent years, because he allows to realize long-span structures through the locking bed preload. Two more common Hall construction types are the wood and the steel construction. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Professor Roy Taylor. The most buildings of the Hall in the industrial and commercial construction differ in their external appearance but only slightly.

The major differences of the constructions are in the support systems of the building. It can be distinguished between five major indoor systems. Single-nave Hall represents the standard Hall the single-nave Hall. Make sure the roof drainage, such are halls usually with With a roof slope of 3-5% used saddle roof trusses. Special spans are in the range from 12 to 24 m. The shipping cost of the binder rise sharply from 30 metres and spans over 40 m need special constructions.

Two-Aisled halls as opposed to the single-aisle Hall used the two-Aisled Hall at larger bases. The roof slope to ensure the roof drainage can be generated through the support of the middle of the Hall with two parallel ties in the gap. The binder stored up often on interception carrier, to allow greater support distances. According to this principle, the creation is possible more nave halls. Hall with ceiling this kind of Hall is required if, for example, a cellar as storage space is required. The ceiling is made usually with element plates on beams. When choosing a suitable ceiling system must also not static loads on the false ceiling, such as, for example, forklift transport, factored be. Hall with crane runway a Hall with crane runway is usually required when heavy loads have to be transported in or out of the Hall. This is the case for example with production halls. The crane moves on crane rail systems, which are mounted on side supports. This, it should be noted that the support must include both vertical and horizontal loads from the crane operation. High Hall as high halls referred to Hall buildings, whose heights exceed 10 m. This is to be expected with relatively large deformations of the support head. In some cases, a shear-resistant roof washer is required to avoid damage to the facade and in the transition to the roof covering. To decide for the Hall type best suited to a project, it is sense by Hall construction experts consult. They can bring their knowledge and their experience, to ensure an optimal planning and implementation of any construction project.