Delignit® Railfloor System – floor solutions for rail vehicles

Especially high demands are made of construction and materials used in public transport, especially in rail vehicles.

Delignit® Railfloor system solutions perfectly combine fire and emission protection with properties such as sound and thermal insulation and vibration reduction.

Discover the new Delignit®-Railfloor program

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The Professional Package

The Delignit®- Railfloor Professional line combines the highest fire protection requirements with weightoptimised inlays.

In addition to the standard products, this variant is characterised by increased vibration protection and a lower heat transfer coefficient. We are happy to arrange the right specification and processing already during the design phase.

Also with heating elements on request. Together with our customers, we find the optimal variant and offer cost-efficient optimised solutions. We are supported here by complete control of the production chain - from the beech log to the finished wooden composite board. We also provide all variants with special technical solutions
such as heating elements. Please contact us.

The Basic & Premium Package

The Delignit®- Railfloor Basic and Premium lines are characterised by high efficiency combined with a high degree of flexibility.

We arrange optimal fire protection on the basis of projects and in accordance with our customers‘  specifications, meaning that resources are not wasted. The same applies to sound insulation dimension, and to vibration protection and heat transfer.

Our modular system and the use of different types of wood enables our customers to achieve optimum efficiency in their specification.

The Eco & Classic Package

The Delignit®- Railfloor Eco and Classic lines are the perfect solutions for standard applications with no special technical requirements.

The current international standards are, of course for both types of wood used, fulfilled.

These variants therefore also achieve the fire protection classification S3 according to DIN 5510, F1 according to NF F 16101 and 1B according to UNI 8457 - 8457/A1.