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Safety, security and quality take centre stage at FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2016

Post Time:Mar 07,2016Classify:Industry NewsView:333

The safety, security and quality of windows, doors and facades are the key themes of FENSTERBAU FRONTALE, which will be held at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 16 to 19 March 2016.  “In window manufacture, safety and security have become important criteria for safe use, child safety, fire prevention, window comfort and burglary protection. Visitors to FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2016 will learn what the window sector can do to meet these requirements,” reveals event organiser Elke Harreiß. In combination with HOLZ-HANDWERK, the trade fair will once again attract more than 100,000 visitors to Nuremberg.

  • Special hands-on show “Success through Safety, Quality + Security”
  • Police provide advice on hot topic of burglary prevention

Success through Safety, Quality + Security…

…this is the theme of this year’s special show in Hall 1, hosted by the GFF (Glass, Window and Facade Association of Baden-Württemberg, the ift Rosenheim (Institute for Window Technology) and NürnbergMesse. For many years, the special show has been a recurring and popular feature of the trade fair programme. In 2016, with its focus on the safety, security and the quality characteristics of windows, facades, doors and glass, it will once again explore a hot topic in the industry and provide information about the latest requirements that manufacturers have to satisfy. The special show at stands 1-415 und 1-515 offers in-depth information on standards, laws, testing processes and quality assurance, as well as the monitoring and certification of building components. To increase awareness for the concept of quality and provide important inspiration for manufacturing, sales and the use of modern windows, the hands-on demonstration areas “Assembly” and "Break-ins" will show how design features can affect quality and security. In addition, visitors will learn how approved structural measures can substantially reduce the risk of break-ins into new buildings and during renovation projects. The Bavarian Police Department will also be on hand to answer questions and provide advice. For more information please go to:www.frontale.de/en/programme/special-show

More topical than ever: police presentations and information booth on burglary prevention

Since 2009, the number of residential break-ins has been rising constantly, due largely to easily accessible windows, doors and French doors. The safety of building openings and effective break-in prevention in particular are topics that FENSTERBAU FRONTALE continues to cover during the event and beyond. For example, since 2015 the show has been a partner to the German police campaign “K-EINBRUCH”, which aims to raise awareness about preventive measures against residential break-ins. At FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2016, the safety and security aspect is not just a feature of the products on display: the Central Franconia Police Authority will also available to provide advice at information booth 4AF-103 in NCC Ost.

New opening times:

Wednesday 16 March to Friday 18 March 2016: 10:00 to 19:00
Saturday 19 March 2016: 10:00 to 17:00

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For information and bookings please visit: www.frontale.de/easytravel


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Source: www.frontale.deAuthor: shangyi

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