SAINT-GOBAIN ISOVER G+H AG At The ISO 2010

Date: 15 April 2010
Source: SAINT-GOBAIN
“Everyone is talking about energy efficiency - we act!” Once again this year, ISOVER will be presenting itself true to the motto of the ISO 2010 on April 21st and 22nd in Wiesbaden.

In order to minimize both costs and CO2 emissions, the focus will be on energy-efficient insulation solutions for industrial engineering.
 
On the basis of energy efficiency calculations conducted live on the stand, the potentials of modern insulating solutions will be quickly understandable. ISOVER
G +H rounds off its fair portfolio with further developments in the areas of building services, fire protection and shipbuilding.
 
Visit ISOVER in Hall 1, Stand 108 as well as the panel discussion taking place on both days in Hall ?. We look forward to seeing you!
 
Further information about the products from ISOVER can be obtained at ISOVER Dialogue (Hotline 0621/501 200, Fax 0621/501 201, E-Mail: dialog@isover.de) and at www.isover.de.
 
Press Contact at Saint-Gobain Isover G+H:
Michel Wenger
Tel.: 0621 501-775
michael.wenger@saint-gobain.com
www.isover.de

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