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Welcome to SIDERISE news & media where you will find the latest news and information about our products, solutions and projects.

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BLOG: Why is passive fire protection vital for masonry facades? 

In this blog, we will explore the enduring popularity of masonry facades, how typical build ups have evolved, the impact this has had on their fire performance requirements. Read more ›

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Summary of updates to the LABC Warranty Technical Manual for cavity barriers and firestopping

LABC has published its latest edition of the LABC Warranty Technical Manual (v10) which is applicable to all sites first registered with LABC Warranty from 11th June 2021. Here is a summary of the key changes relating to cavity barriers and firestopping. Read more ›

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Demonstrating value in the supply chain with Achilles

The Siderise Insulation division are now a proud member of the Achilles BuildingConfidence Community. Read more ›

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Code for Construction Product Information – Starting Our Journey to Compliance

To rebuild the confidence in the credibility of our industry and the supply chain, we need to change our processes and create a clear system that advocates a high standard of transparent product information and marketing. Read more ›

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Siderise Supports Code for Construction Product Information

Siderise welcomes the creation of the Code and is in full support of its proposed requirements, which resonate with our stated aim of demonstrating integrity in all we do. Read more ›

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BLOG: It Takes Insight to be By Your Side

Last month we launched our ‘By Your Side’ initiative, which encapsulates everything we do to support our customers. Read more about the three core principles which underpin this commitment: insight, ingenuity, and inegrity. Read more ›

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We'll Raise A Mug To That! Tea & Technical Takes Off!

For many, COVID Lockdowns have made it difficult to find enough time to commit to lengthy learning sessions. Our quick but comprehensive Tea and Technical virtual, bitesize CPDs have been designed to help. Read more ›

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Siderise Training Gains ISO Certification

Fire, acoustic and thermal insulation specialists, Siderise is pleased to announce its Product Installation Training has been awarded ISO 29993:2017 certification from SGS, one of the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification com Read more ›

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Siderise brings a level of safety to UK’s tallest residential tower

Siderise has provided fire stops as part of the curtain walling system for the largest residential tower in the UK and what is destined to be one of Canary Wharf’s most iconic and distinctive buildings. Read more ›

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Siderise cavity barriers rise high at Canary Wharf development

For what is one of London’s tallest residential towers, Siderise, has provided cavity barriers and perimeter fire seals as part of the glazed curtain walling system for the Landmark Pinnacle Tower. Read more ›

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Siderise solutions play an important role at the home of England Rugby

Twickenham Stadium has undergone a multi-million pound redevelopment which has seen the East Stand transformed to offer six levels of contemporary hospitality and event space. Read more ›

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HVG Façades announced as exclusive distributor for Siderise in Australia

Siderise, global leader in the development, design and manufacturer of fire, acoustic and thermal solutions have announced HVG Facades as their exclusive distributor in Australia. Read more ›

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Siderise Fire Stops make the grade at high-rise student accommodation

To meet the passive fire protection requirements for a new 27 storey high-rise student accommodation in the centre of Cardiff, Siderise has provided cavity barriers and fire stops as part of the curtain walling system. Read more ›

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Competitive credibility

Recent events have brought into sharp focus the issue of building regulations which some say are falling behind the scale and scope of what has been going on in the built environment. Read more ›