The GGF is looking forward to FIREX International (18 – 20 June 2019) at London ExCeL, where it will be exhibiting on stand number FX715.
At the Europe’s largest show for fire safety, the GGF will be displaying live, before and after exhibits, showing how glass reacts under heat and fire conditions, video demonstrations showing fire resistant glazing in operation and also a special fire safety presentation by Adrian Blaydon, GGF Technical Officer, in the seminar area.
For manufacturers, suppliers or installers, FIREX International provides fire safety solutions and knowledge to help keep properties and people safe.
Visitors will receive free technical guidance and a free hard copy of the GGF Fire Resistant Glazing Guide. To register, click here – below is what to expect at this year’s show.
The complimentary seminars and workshops offer invaluable insights into key development areas in the fire safety industry, including the ongoing Grenfell Inquiry and the forthcoming review of Approved Document B.
These can help visitors improve expert product knowledge to give the edge needed to win new business.
Over the three days, there will be access to 25+ hours of free conference sessions in the Expertise and Guidance Theatre and FPA Infozone, where bookings can also be made to attend the co-located Tall Buildings Conference.
Thousands of the latest fire safety products will be showcased by leading exhibitors worldwide, including InproEurope, TBA Protective Technologies Ltd., The A1S Group, Xylem Water Solutions UK Ltd, HSI Fire and Safety Group LLC.
The BRE Group will also host the LPCB RedBook Pavilion, a high-profile destination where visitors can speak with manufacturers of quality certified products.
There is the opportunity to meet global manufacturers and local distributors for a full overview of the market – it is a chance to get face time with innovators and source and compare the latest technologies.
FIREX International is also the preferred forum for new product launches and it also provides the platform to understand how the different products integrate and to get questions answered by technicians wearing ‘Show Me How’ badges.
FIREX provides a complimentary matchmaking tool, enabling visitors and exhibitors to connect and book meetings ahead of the show, allowing attendees to efficiently manage their event schedules.
It is the region’s most important show in terms of end user participation, providing valuable networking opportunities with the end users and consultants who influence purchasing decisions.
Catch up and network with industry colleagues at one of the many social spaces at the event, including the FIA Bar.
You can also connect with hundreds more exhibitors and visitors across security, safety and facilities management at FIREX’s co-located trade-shows: IFSEC, Safety & Health Expo and the Facilities Show.
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