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Congress Center Hamburg (Germany)

When the Congress Centre Hamburg (CCH) was expanded and modernised in 2007, insulation was a high priority for the building planners. They considered it especially important to use flame-resistant and non-combustible insulation that combined heat-insulating and sound-absorbing characteristics on the ceilings and walls of the logistics basement, delivery zone, escape routes and air shafts.

The use of such insulation is critical to the operability of the building during all of its various modes of operation.

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