To help architects, housebuilders, contractors and specifiers gain a better understanding of the technical challenges of designing and constructing masonry facades for buildings that need to conform to new regulations around non-combustible building materials, Keyfix are set to host a weekly series of free CPD webinars.
Entitled ‘Solving the Non-combustible Challenge with Keyfix Cavity Tray Systems’ the webinar series will be hosted by Kieran Coyle, Keyfix Technical Sales Manager.
The first webinar took place on the 1st of September and will continue on each Wednesday at 1pm on the 8th through to the 27th of October.
The CPD webinar will provide key insight into the specification of Approved Document B (ADB) compliant non-combustible cavity tray solutions which meet the needs of regulators, insurers, developers and installers in buildings over 18m. It will cover the following:
The non-combustible challenge in high-rise buildings over 18m
What is Document B and how to achieve compliance?
Nine key considerations when specifying non-combustible cavity tray systems
Key features and benefits of Keyfix non-combustible cavity tray systems
Design and installation considerations
Specification advice, tools and support
Keyfix is setting new standards in the delivery of non-combustible cavity tray systems. The company’s innovative Non-combustible Cavity Tray and Non-combustible Cavity Tray Lintel products offer a practical solution to provide watertight and fire resistant Damp Proof Course (DPC) protection over lintels, masonry supports, soffit systems and other elements in the cavity such as fire barriers.
Commenting on the CPD webinars, Kieran Coyle of Keyfix said: “This comprehensive CPD provides technical, professional insight into the challenges of non-combustible cavity tray solutions and appropriate specification. It is essential viewing for architects and specifiers.”
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For more information about the Keyfix range of non-combustible solutions visit www.keyfix.com and download the product guide, or for technical support call 028 8676 7508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org