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    H+H Celcon has been manufacturing aircrete in the UK since 1949 and is the leading specialist manufacturer in its field. It is part of the Danish H+H Group with manufacturing and marketing operations...
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    Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA) is a not-for-profit company that provides national, integrated research and development services to the Australian forest and wood products...
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    Strongwell Corporation is the world’s largest pultruder of fiber reinforced polymer composites. Strongwell’s FRP products were chosen as solutions in many different markets. For the mining...
  • News - 11 Jan 2016
    Wood crackles as it burns in a chimney or campfire. When concrete is exposed to fire it chips and flakes - a process known as spalling. Both effects are due to the same phenomenon: water trapped...
  • News - 6 Apr 2010
    TUV Rheinland is further expanding its network of services covering quality control and the safety for solar modules. The worldwide leader in the area of testing and certifying photovoltaic modules is...
  • News - 12 Mar 2009
    A new draft report released for public comment by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provides a comprehensive set of “best practice” guidelines for designing...
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    Ancon designs and manufactures high integrity steel products for the construction industry and has earned a reputation for quality and technical expertise. The company operates from advanced...
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    The Wavin Group is Europe’s leading supplier of plastic pipe systems and solutions. It provides integrated above and below ground solutions for water supply, sewer, drainage, infiltration,...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2006
    Celcon Blocks do not burn and can be used to contain or prevent the spread of fire within a building. Up to a 4 hour fire resistance can be achieved with a regular 100mm thick block making them the...
  • Article - 26 May 2006
    Looking for a building block that's tough enough to resist flames, frost, water and sulphate?

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