CASfire Day: focus on fire research and analysis
- July 9, 2019
- Posted by: CASfire
- Category: Events
CASfire Attended the 14th Shanghai International Flame-retarding Material Technology Exhibition(Asian International Flame-retarding Material Application Summit).
CASfire occupied the E6-311 booth, which was carried out in Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) during July 16 to 19, 2019. During the exhibition, the CASfire technical team introduced the fire standards of building materials and railway materials. And especially focus on the method of improving the flammability of materials.
The exhibition continue to jointly Asia most scale matching building materials exhibition series and other field related exhibition and conference together for industry colleagues to create a total exhibition area of 20 million square meters, 3500 global quality exhibitors and 80000 professional visitors gathered. Is building decoration materials, engineering plastics, rubber, flame retardant wire and cable, flame retardant fire retardant coating, flame retardant, insulation material, flame retardant textiles, special clothing and other industrial chain industry event!
CASfire, based on the research and academic capabilities of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which is the highest institution of science and technology in china, provides guaranteed one-stop fire safety solutions. Not only fire testing. from education and training, research and development, to improvement for fire performance, and consultation for Technical Barrier of Trade, CASfire have a experts team which is multidisciplinary, cross-industry and comprehensive. We have rich practical experience in fire testing, training, development, scientific management and technical services. We are always guided by customer requirement and social expectations, and improve product quality through ”testing, analyzing, improving, assuring”in the field of fire safety. Our specialty enables our customers to obtain high value-added services and ensure sustainable business development in an increasingly standardized word.