Success is generally not by accident, and at ISO-Chemie our "SUCCESSFUL SEALING HAS A SYSTEM". This year to make life easier for our Customers and Specifiers to identify which products to use in which type of building construction, we have extended our “ISO System” range to now include 6 specific areas of construction areas. Windows, Façades, External Wall Insulation, Timber structures, Metal structures and full Fire rated sealing systems have been developed to guarantee success in the “as built” construction environment.

A number of these systems were displayed on our stand so that visitors could easily see where and how the products are installed. In addition we also had live demonstrations on how to install the new ISO-TOP WINFRAMER in front of wall installation system. This makes an airtight structural support to install the windows into the insulation area of the building, in front of the structural wall, supplying a minimum load support of 200 Kg per linear meter of ISO-TOP WINFRAMER. The demonstrations also included how to seal the windows using our all in one ISO-BLOCO ONE multifunction sealing tape. This makes the expansion gap around the window more thermally efficient and acoustically insulated than the window itself, as well as supplying weather resistance to over Hurricane Force.


Both the demonstrations and the exhibits proved to be very popular with our visitors, who kept the stand staff busy. However, if you missed any of this and would like more information on how to get that guaranteed performance between the “as designed” and “as built” performance of your buildings, just contact us.

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