ROCKWOOL is set to make its debut at UK Construction Week this October, focusing its range of solutions, capabilities and substantial expertise in delivering insulation that creates safe, fire resilient buildings.
The show is set to take place at the NEC in Birmingham from 10th to 12th October.
Samples from ROCKWOOL’s extensive range of non-combustible solutions for fire protection and fire stopping, rainscreen, flat roofing and sound insulation applications will be available at the ROCKWOOL stand (B710).
The stand will also feature interactive live demo areas which will demonstrate the key properties and benefits of stone wool insulation: fire resistance, sound absorption and moisture repellence.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to speak to industry experts from ROCKWOOL who will offer insight and practical advice as well as sharing key facts and information in CPD sessions taking place every day of the show.
The ‘High Rise Design and Fire Safety in Buildings over 18m2’ hour-long CPD will cover the fire safety challenges and best practice options for insulating tall buildings.
In addition, the company will showcase its online U-Vaue calculator, SAP Sensitivity Tool and Acoustic and Fire Calculation Tools via an interactive technology work station.
Phone: 01635 862621
Fax: 01656 862302
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