Polymer pipes specialist REHAU is preparing for the final Specifi event set to take place in London, this November.
It is the first time REHAU has exhibited at the UK’s only built environment roadshow, with this event marking the fifth and final in a series of Specifi events that REHAU has taken part of this year.
The Specifi events are attended by world class industry speakers, specifiers, installers and technical experts who spend time discussing projects, products developments and innovations with several built environment brands.
REHAU will be exhibiting at the London Specifi event on 21 November, where its personnel will take visitors through the brands RAUTITAN plumbing system, a 10 bar pipework solution designed for drinking water and heating systems, which launched in the UK at the end of last year.
RAUVITHERM is a PE-Xa pipe ideal for use in district heating, biomass, biogas and heat pump applications, whilst RAUTHERMEX is suited to a variety of low carbon heat installations and features high performance PU foam, which makes it good for large district heating installations over long distances, where minimising heat losses is vital.
REHAU will also be featuring its brand new sound attenuated drainage solution, RAUPIANO, which will be launched to the market later this year.
The RAUPIANO product offers a patented structure, sound damping, is heat and impact resistant, chemical resistant and pressure resistant to 2-bar.
Drew Clough, Product Manager at REHAU, commented: “It’s been a privilege to be a part of the Specifi events that have taken place across the country this year. The events have given us a platform to engage with knowledgeable speakers and also discuss the latest innovations in the industry today.
“We have also been able to introduce visitors to our advanced product portfolio which has been very well received.”
Specifi is a free event in partnership with CIBSE YEN. Entrance is free to the event, which commences at 5pm.
There are only 100 seats available, so to book your seat, visit www.specifi.co.uk
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