Cleanability of surfaces
Floors, kitchen utensils, work surfaces. These are all surfaces that are cleaned regularly. But which material is particularly easy to clean? And why?
SHEV-Systems for Large-Scale Projects
Large construction projects often pose special challenges regarding smoke and heat extraction systems (SHEVS). These individual requirements have to be met - worldwide.
What is nanosilver?
Material mixed with nanosilver — you read that again and again. But what exactly is nanosilver? And why is it antibacterial?
GRP and steel: Comparison of two materials
What are the properties of steel and glass fibre- reinforced plastic? We have carefully examined the two materials for you.
Daylight in urban environment
The "Wolke 10" daycare centre shows how daylight can be integrated into modern living spaces.
How BIM facilitates digital construction planning
3D models were still a rarity in the construction industry a few years ago. Nowadays, Building Information Modelling (BIM) makes the planning of buildings much easier. But how do BIM and daylight systems fit together?
Maintaining Value of Gelcoat
Cleaning, care, polishing: terms that we already know from caring for our cars. But what about gelcoat? That' s what we'll show you in this article. Even more knowledge is available for download in our White Paper.
Skylights and environmental impacts
Rain, snow, heat and wind - whether flat roof, shed roof or monopitch roof - each roof is exposed to all of this on a daily basis. But what does this mean for the skylights installed in the roof?
What are the advantages of which material? We have summarised the top properties of GRP, steel, aluminium and wood for you.
Whether hail, UV and corrosion-resistance or processing, cleaning and painting - materials have different properties. We have summarised the advantages of each material and how GRP performs compared to other materials.
Events such as heat waves, heavy rain and floods are becoming more and more frequent. We hear a lot about weather events that are classified as extreme. What does this mean and who is responsible for it?
Climate change is a concern for private individuals, politicians but also small and large companies have to deal with its consequences. But what does climate change have to do with extreme weather events?