Schöck Bauteile

Insulation and load bearing

Manufacturer of components for the building industry, Schöck will be presenting a whole host of new products focusing on thermal separation and sound isolation of components at its booth 119 in Hall A1 at BAU 2015. The booth, measuring 184 m2, replicates a house with strikingly blue transparent screens aimed at centring focus and drawing visitors‘ attention to the detailed connections in the building. Experts can see, experience and learn more about the technical functionality of the components on balconies, parapets or staircases, in the shape of installation situations, models and samples.

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