Marley Alutec will join over 130 exhibitors at the free event, which will deliver RIBA-approved CPD seminars, live industry debates and an interactive demo zone over the course of two days.
The company will be located at stand C3, where its complete range of aluminium rainwater products will be on display.
Attendees will be given the opportunity to examine Marley Alutec’s popular Evolve rainwater systems and its 4mm thick Evoke fascia, soffit and coping system. The latter is currently being used as cladding on prestigious buildings across the globe, whilst Evolve offers a recyclable alternative to PVC products.
Available in four different profiles – Deepflow, Ogee, Half Round and Box – the Evolve rainwater systems boast a life expectancy of over 50 years. Manufactured from marine grade aluminium, the systems can be up to 65% lighter than cast iron systems of a similar nature.
Marley Alutec’s patented JuraJoint system also allows for secure and speedy jointing.
The company will also be showcasing its complete range of roof outlets, which have been designed for a number of applications. The products are suitable for standard roof outlets and parapet, car park and balcony systems.
Marley Alutec will also be taking advantage of the show’s dedicated seminar rooms: its RIBA-accredited CPD will be delivered in Seminar Theatre One on the second day of the event.
The company’s technical director, Tony Wereszczynski, will present the CPD, entitled ‘Aluminium Rainwater, Fascia and Soffit Systems (Durable Eaves Solutions)’.
It will cover a number of required topics under RIBA’s core curriculum, whilst offering an explanation as to why specific types of aluminium are best suited for rainwater systems.
It will be supported by information on correct system specification, design and British Standards, in addition to eaves ventilation requirements and life cost analyses.
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