PIR insulation specialist, Celotex, is to return to Ecobuild for the fifth year running. The company will once again make a lasting impression with an even bigger and better stand at C143, which will host engaging seminars, launch (and demonstrate) a brand new product as well as providing all the tools, technical expertise and support that you have come to expect and rely on from the brand.

Held at ExCel, London, Ecobuild 2017 will bring through its doors the forward-thinking professionals in the construction industry. @Ecobuild_now

Embracing the economic change within construction, Celotex has put together a selection of topical seminars to run over all three days at Ecobuild, not only to help delegates stay up to speed with the fast paced industry, but discuss key topics and ideas for the future. The seminar programme will cover a range of subjects, including, ‘Bridging the Construction Gaps’ and ‘Energy Assessments…by Celotex’. Speakers include members of the knowledgeable Celotex Team, but also speakers from the Saint-Gobain Multi Comfort Team. They will be showcasing the latest results from the UK’s first Multi Comfort building, sharing the results from the more than 2000 sensors and on-site testing performed, to demonstrate what being in a Multi Comfort building is like.

Celotex will also be introducing their newest product innovation, which will be revealed at the show. Not giving anything away, but speaking enthusiastically, Lizzie Seaton, Head of Marketing Communications said, ‘We are so excited to introduce this product to the market as it is unique and really starts to address key challenges on site and within the construction industry. Ecobuild is such a great platform for us to do this and will help us create a voice for this launch’.  As well as this brand new reveal, Celotex will also be showcasing their vast range of insulation boards for all applications and specifications.

To support the product launch and the tools, support and aftercare that they offer, Celotex will be bringing back the use of augmented reality and virtual reality on their stand to engage visitors and aid in the education of all things insulation. As a predominantly digital company, the use of these devices plays a key part within their marketing strategy and to communicate with house builders, architects, specifiers, contractors and end users alike.

Follow @Celotex for live updates throughout the three days of the show.