Elbe philharmonic hall
The Elbe philharmonic hall in Hamburg was officially opened on January 11 and 12, 2017. In the stream of the Elbe, surrounded by water on three sides, the new concert hall is an attraction for all Hamburg residents and guests from all over the world.
It is a total work of art of breathtaking architecture, excellent music and a unique location. The glass new building with its boldly curved roofscape rises on the base of the former Kaispeicher at the western tip of HafenCity.
The spectacular building combines three concert halls, a large music education area, restaurants, a hotel and the public plaza, which offers visitors a unique panoramic view of the entire city. Artistic quality, diversity and accessibility characterize the musical program of Hamburg's new cultural landmark.
Elbphilharmonie Bau GmbH & Co. KG, Hamburg, Germany
Herzog & de Meuron, CH-Basel, Switzerland
Höhler & Partner, Hamburg, Germany
Hermann Stitz & Co KG, Barsbüttel, Germany
Franke, Baehr & Ritter, Dessau, Germany
Proper fire protection partitioning as a ceiling installation and system solution for fire protection wall penetrations for PE-HD pipes with an outer diameter of 180 mm - 225 mm. Pressurized water-resistant sealing of service pipes (DN 180 - 400) in existing core holes and use of blind plugs against pressing water to seal off core holes.
The Curaflam® fire protection sleeves XS Pro were used in accordance with approval R 90 (90 minutes fire-resistant) for one-sided installation under the ceiling with the PE-HD 225 mm service pipes. In addition, Curaflam® fire protection combinations 2 x A BSHB (flammable media pipe / design against pressurized water for wall penetrations) were installed in accordance with approval R 90 as fire protection systems for the 180 mm PE-HD media pipes (use of cooling water pipe).
Installation of Curaflex® sealing inserts C, against pressing water for sealing between media pipes (180, 315 and 400 mm) and core bores as well as the use of Curaflex® sealing inserts C / O, against pressing water for the complete closure of core bores.