CompactHabit extends the European Technical Assessment (ETA) document for its modular construction system.

22 July, 2013
  • The modules are fire-resistant for up to 120 minutes
  • The constant evolution in the system enables the construction process to be simplified

The Industrialised Integral Modular Building system (eMii), patented by CompactHabit, has become even more fire-resistant. The latest tests, endorsed by official organisations, prove that its walls and ceilings can withstand fire for up to 120 minutes. This means that CompactHabit buildings are particularly safe for both companies and private individuals located in high-risk zones.

Fire-resistance is one of the improvements introduced into the eMii system which the CompactHabit experts have managed to perfect. Likewise, the company has also devised a new formula for joining modules that simplifies the construction process.

This evolution in its construction system has enabled CompactHabit to earn extended accreditation from the European Technical Assessment (ETA) document, a major endorsement of the quality for this innovative construction company which has received a great deal of recognition in recent years. The ETA is developed by the Institute of Construction Technology of Catalonia (ITeC), an organisation that is authorised at European level and is a member of the EOTA (European Organization for Technical Approval).