Reynaers to exhibit at ARCHITECT@WORK 2019

Reynaers to exhibit at ARCHITECT@WORK 2019

Reynaers, the leading provider of aluminium systems, is delighted to announce that it will be exhibiting at the ARCHITECT@WORK 2019 show. 
Hosted at The Old Truman Brewery in London, Reynaers will showcase its industry-leading approach to fire safety through its fire-resistant products and the Reynaers Fire Partners scheme.
Featuring both style and performance, Reynaers offers fire resistant Curtain Walling (CW50 FP) and high-quality flush window and door systems (CS77 FP).
Its state-of-the-art fire-resistant products have been verified in an optimised European testing programme with the option of 30 or 60-minute fire prevention preferences. 
Reynaers has partnered with accredited, independent fire safety training schemes Certifire and FIRAS that, once completed, allow manufacturers and contractors to install Reynaers fire-resistant products. Those who are qualified will become a member of Reynaers Fire Partners scheme and only accredited Fire Partners can purchase Reynaers fire products from Reynaers Ltd. 
ARCHITECT@WORK 2019 is the leading architectural showcase of over 200 innovative products and offer the latest innovations in surface solutions, lighting technology as well as interior and exterior fixtures and fittings. 
All 64 exhibitors have been through a rigorous selection process, with an external judging panel overseeing the product selection to ensure that this is one of the UK’s most highly respected trade shows of its kind.
Reynaers will be exhibiting at stand number 48, where information can be found regarding both the fire-resistant products and the Reynaers Fire Partners scheme. 
For more information on Reynaers Fire Products, contact Reynaers Limited, Tel: 0121 421 1999, or email:
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