Visit Us at FeuerTrutz 2022!
This year, the Lindner Group will once again be represented at the FeuerTrutz, the international trade fair and congress for preventive fire protection. Also present: Numerous fire protection solutions and innovations, for example the non-combustible COMP+ and FIREwood wall cladding or the Fireshield inspection door.
The Event for Fire Protection
The trade fair will take place from 29 to 30 June in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg. After the fair was held hybrid last year – one part online, one part on site – the participants are now looking forward to meeting again in person. The aim of the fair is an intensive exchange between a wide range of suppliers about innovative solutions and products for fire prevention and fire containment. New this time is the so-called "digital matchmaking": Thanks to this function, interested parties can make new contacts, search for suitable business partners and arrange appointments both before and during the fair.
New Fire Protection Solutions from Lindner
As a full-range supplier of interior fit-out and insulation technology, the Lindner Group also has a number of fire protection solutions to offer: The focus here is on combining fit-out and fire protection from a single source. Therefore, despite maximum functionality and safety, design is not neglected. The selection of products presented at FeuerTrutz ranges from fire-protection-proof metal ceilings with F30/EI30 or F90/EI90 classification to the FirePort fire protection system and the fire-protection and acoustics-optimised wall claddings COMP+ and FIREwood. This year's highlight of the stand, however, is the Lindner Fireshield inspection door: The inspection door provides a barely visible access to installation shafts and protects against the escape of fire and smoke from the inspection opening for over 90 minutes in the case of fire.
Would you like to learn more about the latest fire protection solutions? Then visit us – we look forward to an informative exchange!
29 to 30 June 2022
Exhibition Centre Nuremberg