FeuerTrutz 2019 news
The ninth round of FeuerTrutz at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg broke new records. The 315 exhibitors (287 in 2018) from 21 countries (15) and over 9,000 trade visitors (8,354) from 50 nations (42) packed Halls 10.0 and 10.1 to turn the event into Europe’s largest dialog platform for preventive fire protection. For two days, the exhibition and accompanying congress with around 1,500 delegates, and the extensive supporting program, put preventive fire protection firmly under the spotlight. Pa...
The platform for fire protection solutions will open its doors again from 20 to 21 February 2019 in the Exhibition Center Nuremberg. At the international trade fair for preventive fire protection, AQUASYS Technik GmbH presents innovative solutions for effective fire fighting. In Hall 10, Stand 521, visitors can familiarize themselves with the efficient way firefighting works using high-pressure water mist. Whether in industry, in buildings, in tunnels or even in rail vehicles: AQUASYS fire figh...
The FeuerTRUTZ trade fair including the congress for preventive fire protection will take place on February 20-21, 2019 at the Nuremberg Convention Center. Technical, structural, and organizational fire protection solutions will be presented at this trade fair by various exhibitors. FeuerTRUTZ is an ideal platform for specialist planners, experts, architects, civil engineers, staff of public authorities and fire protection authorities as well as fire protection officers to learn more about inno...
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