FAKRO at 36. Construma 2017 Building Trade Exhibition

FAKRO at 36. Construma 2017 Building Trade Exhibition
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Date: 24 April 2017

This edition's exhibition stand spread over the area of 100m2 and presented company's latest roof windows, flat roof windows, loft ladders and the entire range of accessories.

Construma Trade Exhibition is the largest event in the construction industry held in Hungary’s capital, Budapest.

The surface of 20 000 m2 area gathered over 700 exhibitors, who presented their latest solutions. This edition attracted more than 60 000 visitors and reached again the previous visitor record.

FAKRO returned to Construma last year as an exhibitor. This edition's exhibition stand spread over the area of 100m2 and presented company's latest roof windows, flat roof windows, loft ladders and the entire range of accessories.

Innovations include a new FPP-V preSelect2 top hung and pivot window, highly insulated loft ladder LTK Energy and PTP-V Bluetooth window.

At Construma, FAKRO vertical windows had its premiere on Hungarian market. These windows are a remarkable combination of the highest quality wood and aluminium profiles which are characterized by unique features.

“Large sizes, safety, aesthetics and ease of operation of INNOVIEW windows provide ultimate comfort for the users”, said Sławomir Gawlik, FAKRO Group Marketing Director at special press-event for professional journalists.

FAKRO stand offered a unique event aimed at showing resistance of the DXW flat roof window. With special design features such as enhanced load-bearing capacity and a lasting, non-slip coating allows the user to walk across its surface freely.

To prove its extraordinary characteristics, László Hege, the 18-times national bicyclist champion not only rides across the DXW window, but also does acrobatics and jumps onto its surface.

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