MUST-SEE, SUSTAINABLY DRIVEN PRODUCTS FUELLING INTEREST FOR FUTUREBUILD 2023
Futurebuild 2023 provides a platform for a range of exciting product launches designed to deliver the solutions the UK needs for an energy efficient building industry and net zero status by 2050.
The showcase of sustainable ingenuity is stunning in its variety, with manufacturers introducing products for use in domestic, industrial, and commercial settings. Each solution is bound by a common ethos: to reduce carbon outputs with the overall aim of creating a cleaner, healthier, greener environment. These include:
- G Insulate (540 WORLD stand)
High-tech graphene and graphitic producer, Graphene Star and Rustins, will be showcasing G Insulate, a primer that has been scientifically manufactured to transform walls, ceilings and floors into energy saving structures.
- Resideo Braukmann L5 WiFi Water Leak Shutoff Valve (stand M12)
Created by Resideo. a leading manufacturer of smart home products and systems, this water leak valve means customers can enjoy safer, smarter, more connected homes. When a water leak or freeze is detected, this device uses a sensor to shut off water flow at the source, protecting a residence from potentially costly damage.
- QBUS (stand Q60)
This AJ Products’ storage system will receive its UK launch at Futurebuild 2023. QBUS is a forward-looking solution to challenges faced by modern office designers. Its smart, sleek efficiency overcomes issues with shared desk space, reduced hardcopy filing, fluid workspaces and communal areas.
- 2050 Carbon Assessment Tool (stand Q06)
This is the latest innovation from 2050, producers of product and material analysis tools for sustainable architecture and interior design. The 2050 is an assessment system offering simple, easily understood ratings relating to a product’s embodied carbon performance. Thus, it enables designers to make informed choices when it comes to the sustainable make up of their building.
- preoptimaBUILDING (stand R08)
preoptimaBUILDING addresses the embodied and operational carbon impact of construction in a single solution. Produced by cloud-based, carbon embodied assessment platform Preoptima, preoptimaBUILDING focuses on the pre-design and wholelife carbon stages of new buildings, resulting in carbon reductions of up to 40%.
Futurebuild 2023 is ‘taking a stand’ for a better built environment, with industry attendees at this year’s show being asked to make a similar commitment by ‘taking a stand’ on an issue they passionately believe in. With access to more than 400 brands, exclusive innovations, a world-class conference programme and inspirational seminar content, Futurebuild is the sector’s advocate event for a sustainable construction industry.
Martin Hurn, Event Director at Futurebuild said: “We are delighted to be premiering a host of products that were created with a sole focus to reduce the carbon impacts on our environment. Such innovation is crucial to our net zero goal, with knowledge sharing being key to this achievement. We’re confident visitors to Futurebuild will take inspiration from the aforementioned product launches, and the many more that will be on offer at this year’s fantastic show.”
Futurebuild 2023 will take place from March 7th to March 9th at London’s ExCeL. For more details, visit www.futurebuild.co.uk
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