System Schröders/Wiedemann-Technik

Fire Security Gates, Doors and Flaps for the Scheibengipfel Tunnel

Since the Scheibengipfel Tunnel with a length of 1.9 km was opened for traffic on October 27, 2017, the city centre of Reutlingen (Germany) has had to cope with as many as 20 000 fewer vehicles. This signifies less traffic and an improvement of the city’s air quality. However, observance of fire protection accompanies the opening of a tunnel. The Wiedemann-Technik company from Husum played a role in this during its construction. It supplied special smoke and fire security gates, doors and flaps, which among other things seal off the connecting passages between the tunnel and the evacuation...

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