CPD Certified: Non-Combustible Cavity Tray Systems
Wednesday 6th December 12.30 - 1.30pm
Why take the risk? Register for this CPD Certified webinar on non-combustible cavity trays, featuring G-Tray™ and learn from the manufacturer that developed, launched and installed the first A1 rated cavity tray in the UK.
Hosted by: Paul Ruding - Strategic Specification Director
What You'll Learn
What is a cavity tray?
Changes to regulations around combustible products in cavities
What does the change mean to cavity trays?
Design considerations for non-combustible cavity trays
Case studies of intricate detail
Enhance your understanding on the importance of installing the right cavity tray in buildings over 18 meters, the evolving regulations and finding the right non-combustible solutions. Learn about the importance of A1 rated cavity trays and the effects they have on buildings, including the problems of water pooling, the risk of water build up during construction, unsightly weep vents and the dangers of specifying and installing A2 rated products.
This CPD is certified by the The CPD Certification Service and you’ll be issued a CPD certified certificate following the webinar.
The ACS series of CPD’s is ideal for architects, engineers, fire safety experts, specifiers, brickwork specialists and more.
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