Designers and architects will be targeted at Ecobuild 2018 by foam tape producer ISO-CHEMIE with its display of high performance airtightness and sealing solutions (stand E30).
Products that will feature will include ISO-TOP WINFRAMER and BLOCO ONE, which provide high performance airtightness and thermal insulation of joints, alongside the ISO-FLAME fire rated range.
WINFRAMER is a structurally solid, pre-fabricated installation frame manufactured in a range of variations and sizes, enabling it to be cut quickly to length on site and secured in position using a single component adhesive and, if necessary, fixing screws.
A multi-purpose foam tape, ISO-BLOCO ONE enables rapid sealing of windows from inside the building during construction, avoiding the need to use time consuming and costly external access systems. This can provide cost savings of up to 70% when compared to traditional three component systems.
ISO-FLAME KOMBI is a PUR sealing tape equipped with a special flame-retardant impregnation which provides up to 120 minutes fire and smoke resistance, ensuring compliance with the most stringent fire-protection requirements. The range also includes BRICK for closing off rectangular and irregular openings in fire walls and ceilings, and the PLUG fire-stop for single cables and cable bundles.
ISO-CHEMIE’s presence at Ecobuild comes as the firm, one of Europe’s leading suppliers of foam sealant solutions, sees building regulations set to get tougher, with matters around airtightness and thermal loss around windows being policed more rigorously.
Andy Swift, national sales manager for ISO-CHEMIE, said: “Ecobuild will see us building on our strategy of targeting designers and architects, helping to grow sales on the back of increased product specification.
“This comes amid growing appreciation of sealant products, which is leading to the increased use of foam-based technologies to close more sales and develop new business opportunities.”
For more information about ISO CHEMIE contact Andrew Swift, national sales manager on tel. 07837 337220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org