Fireproof, Anti-explosion Energy Efficiency, Sustainability, Ecological

Fireproof, Anti-explosion Energy Efficiency, Sustainability, Ecological

Thanks to the incorporation of our UNIQUE Ssifex additive we are able to change the molecular composition of the mortar, providing it with a higher density. Obtaining an excellent result in all tests performed anti-explosions and fireproof.


  • In collaboration with various public bodies, we have managed to develop a material with excellent behavior against violent attacks, with explosive materials…
  • These materials have been tested by State Security Corps, Certification Laboratories and Universities; by conducting various tests and simulations of real situations, in which extraordinary behavior is demonstrated.
  • The same above properties already described, can be maintained, but in this mortar, or combination of several (for pressure wave element protection solutions, several solutions can be combined, and it becomes convenient, monitoring the technical department of the company to evaluate the best option), vermicitite is added to the matrix
  • The material is supplied in bags of 20kg, and orders can be placed in prefabricated elements of different sizes, depending on needs. Three mortar options are referenced based on the vermiculite percentage.
  • Test reference, 160x40x40mm specimens, in tests carried out in the materials laboratory of the University Miguel Hernández de Elche.
  • Similarly, additional references can be manufactured based on usage and application.


As a reference of fire behavior, the non-bearing wall tests carried out in AIDICO, on a brick support wall 40mm thick, as well as those carried out in the laboratory of the Miguel Hernández University are observed.


3rd PHASE OF EXPLOSION TEST – Proposal of construction elements for testing of anti-explosion materials, carried out at the shooting range of San Gregorio, Zaragoza.


5 constructions were carried out to check the materials developed in 5 different situations.

The designed material has to be able to withstand three fundamental effects, therefore, they have to have three different operating properties:

1.Able to absorb shock wave or pressure wave. On the other hand, it has to slow down the rate of propagation of the wave within the material.

2.You have to be able not to propagate shrapnel and not be a generator of it.

3.In addition, it has to be able to withstand the high temperature that reaches the element to be protected.

As a reference for behaviour to the absorption of pressure waves, we rely on the tests carried out in the field of San Gregorio with the supervision and management of Directorate General of the Civil Guard.

The pressure values achieved in an 84 kg T.N.T. test at a distance of 3m are analyzed.


Pressure study without directional load.

We focus on the greater than 84 kg of TNT at a distance of 3m. The calculation of pressures is not considered directional.

Comparison of properties of common gypsum, with base mortar

160x40x40mm probes

(without vermiculite)

(with vermiculite)

It is noted that, as the setting time increases, larger crystals are obtained than those produced at faster drying speeds. The formed structure has surface hardness and mechanical strength qualities suitable for interior coatings and prefabricated parts.


  • YG classification according to UNE EN 13279-1:2009;
  • Fire resistance according to the standards: UNE EN 13501-2:2009 + A1:2010;
  • JOINS IN 1364-1:2019; UNE-ENV 13381-4:2014; JOINS IN 1363-1:2015
  • Energy Efficiency UNE EN 14303:2017 Thermal Resistance UNE EN 12667
  • Acoustic Absorption UNE EN ISO 16283-1: 2014

For its ease of preparation and its working time it is used in very diverse uses: Masonry works in general, both indoors and outdoors. Wall and ceiling cladding. Closure and trims of small gaps in metal structures such as beams, pillars, profiles, etc..