ISO-CHEMIE’s Andy Swift will be announcing a major new partnership with other sector leaders at FIT Show 2019
Foam tape sealant specialist ISO-CHEMIE stand (N35) will be marking 10 years in the UK at the FIT Show 2019 with plans for an ‘exciting’ new partnership and displays of high-performance airtightness and energy efficiency solutions for windows and doors.
Set to confirm a formal tie-up with three other sector leaders, ISO-CHEMIE’s move will herald a complete ‘cradle-to-grave’ service spanning everything to do with fenestration - from window sales through installation to aftercare and support. Preferential rates will also be available to customers within the new group.
National sales manager Andy Swift, who alongside with other experts, will be demonstrating products on the stand, said: “As we mark 10 years in the UK, we are very excited about announcing our new partnership - a move that’s set to deliver a package of benefits across the fenestration sector.
“We continue to see a growing appreciation of effective sealant products, which is leading to the increased use of foam-based technologies to close more sales and develop new business opportunities.”
ISO-CHEMIE will also be showcasing its ISO-TOP WINFRAMER thermal insulating and load bearing bracket system for the rapid installation of windows, which has been fire rated to E30.
Complete with Class E and an intumescent Class C certification, the product can protect the entire window area from fire for a minimum of 30 minutes, guaranteeing the retention of structural integrity, as well as supporting at least 200kg/m and providing an air-tight cavity support.
Also debuting will the company’s new BIM (building information modelling) technology, which will enable architects and designers to integrate high quality scaled digital information around window and door sealing solutions as part of their 3D visualisations.
ISO-CHEMIE is one of Europe’s main producers of impregnated foam sealants, specialising in the manufacturer of foam products from polyethylene (EPE), polypropylene (EPP) and polyurethane (PUR) using the latest production techniques.