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Durisol offers free training for its ICF construction system

  • 15 Jul 2015

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The company is looking to continue its growth by inviting builders and sub-contractors to get hands-on experience with the Durisol UK product range.

Insulated concrete formwork system

The Durisol block system is made from softwood shreds, which is formed into a mould when mixed with a specially formulated cement compound.

It has been developed as quick and easy to build with, even in adverse weather conditions; it can be built without the need for specialist skills or equipment.

Both the practical and theoretical side of the Durisol construction system are covered in the free training sessions, which are scheduled to take place at the Durisol head office in South Wales.

Further sessions will take place at the National Self-Build & Renovation Centre in Swindon.

Durisol UK will also provide advice and support to those professionals who continue to use its construction system.

Durisol UK
Parkway
Pen-Y-Fan Industrial Estate
Crumlin
Gwent
UK
NP11 3EL

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