Epwin Group will be revealing all at Ecobuild 2013 with its interactive ‘Did you know’ exhibit. During the event, the low maintenance building products specialist will unveil a number of new and never-shown-before products. Visitors to the stand (N1310) will be able to learn about the diversity of the Group, its offerings, and facts about PVC-U. They will also have the chance to win a Tablet device!
Chairman of the Epwin Group, Jim Rawson said: “With over 30 low-maintenance building products businesses and 2400 employees, the Epwin Group offers a vast array of products and services. We are known for our PVC-U products but that means far more than a window or conservatory. We are innovative in our manufacture and waste processes allowing us to be at the forefront of PVC-U recycling. We strive to exceed the expectations of legislation and compliance, and offer homeowners, tenants, landlords and developers’ long-life, low maintenance products with financial reward and environmental conformity.
“Ecobuild is an opportunity for us to promote the sustainable attributes of PVC-U. By exploring the reality of this long-life material, from production and manufacture to versatility of installation, visitors will also gain a valuable insight into what Epwin has to offer, including some of our more specialist products and brands.”
Short survey to win a Tablet device!
As part of the ‘learning experience’ Epwin will be asking visitors to fill in a short survey, with the aim of gaining valuable feedback and opinion on key topics affecting the industry, specification, decision making, and business. Those who complete the survey will be automatically entered into a prize draw, at the close of the exhibition, to win a Tablet device.
What to expect on stand N1310
The original composite door manufacturer Permadoor will be displaying its range of PVC Thermo (fire) doors. While sister company Safedoors will be exhibiting its range of ‘A’ energy rated GRP composite doors and introducing visitors to its new-in-2013 door designs, glazing options and furniture.
Profile 22 will showcase its RECO22 window profile system, made from 100% recycled post-consumer waste, as well as its ‘second generation’ Recycled Composite Material (RCM) reinforcement, which delivers enhanced thermal values.
BES6001 accredited, Swish Building Products’ will be exhibiting its pioneering roofline, cladding and drainage ranges. Swish’s low maintenance roofline and cladding ranges offer the same points as FSC timber under Mat2 and Mat3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.
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For more information visit the Epwin Group at Ecobuild on stand N1310 at London’s Excel Centre March 5th to 7th 2013.