Event Postponed: ROCKWOOL Rainscreen - Delivering Peace of Mind
In light of the recent tragic events at the Grenfell Tower we have decided to postpone the event planned for July 10th at the Building Centre. We realise this may be a disappointment, however, we are keen to engage with everyone that was planning to attend the event. We would like to offer to meet you personally and have a one to one discussion which we think would be more beneficial to you.
If you would like to arrange a one to one meeting then please click the link below and we will contact you to arrange the most convenient time, date and location.
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ROCKWOOL stone wool insulation is non-combustible
This means that ROCKWOOL stone wool does not burn and according to the official test classification is assumed to make no contribution to fire growth.
“Non-combustible” is a legally defined term within the Building Regulations applicable to all regions of the UK and to the Republic of Ireland.
Only materials achieving the highest standard of reaction to fire can be certified non-combustible.
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