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REHAU all set for Modular Matters

  • 12 Oct 2018

REHAU is getting prepared for the Modular Matters conference and exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham on 30 October.

Commencing at 8:30am, Modular Matters is a one-day conference and exhibition that creates a platform for construction clients and their professional advisers to look at the latest advances in volumetric modular technology.

It provides visitors with a dynamic and interactive learning experience on all modular matters in the industry today.

The event is specifically aimed at attracting a varied group of professionals involved in the sector, including construction clients, architects, technologists, designers, surveyors’, manufacturers and suppliers and more.

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The aim is to further engage with industry pioneers from within the offsite-supply chain industry.

REHAU will be exhibiting a range of its products that can be used for easy and efficient installation in modular and offsite properties.

The company’s flexible PE-Xa RAUTITAN heating and plumbing system which delivers on durability, corrosion resistance and ease of installation will feature on the stand, as well as REHAU’s two pre-insulated pipe ranges – RAUVITHERM and RAUTHERMEX.

REHAU will also be featuring its brand-new acoustic soil and waste solution, RAUPIANO, which has recently been launched into the UK market.

The RAUPIANO product offers a patented structure, 17dB acoustic performance, is heat and impact resistant, chemical resistant and pressure resistant to 2-bar.

Drew Clough, from REHAU, commented: “When it comes to building new homes in the UK, we are experiencing a drastic shortfall.

“Today, there is a need for faster and smarter construction and modular offsite construction is becoming more popular amongst new and existing house builders.

“Modular Matters is a great platform to meet with other industry professional to discuss and demonstrate how to tackle industry challenges with innovative products and is also a good opportunity for us to understand what the future of the construction industry is set to look like.”

Contact:

REHAU
Hill Court,
Walford,
Ross on Wye,
Herefordshire,
HR9 5QN

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