Chemolli Fire is Nuova Finestra’s Guest Editor for the month of February!
Chemolli Fire is Nuova Finestras Guest Editor for the month of February! We have the honor of being the Guest Editors for the month of February on the Nuova Finestra site.
When the research stays in Italy
The EMEA testing lab of the CISA Group, part of the American multinational Ingersoll Rand, is the only laboratory that has obtained European accreditation in the lock sector. He is in Forli and tells a story of all-Italian excellence.
Interview with Francesco Bigoni from Scrigno about the French market
The French market appears potentially interesting for Italian door manufacturers which stand out for their design, high noise reduction, high levels of safety and fire resistance. Local certifications are mandatory. Francesco Bigoni, Chief Marketing Officer - Scrigno Group at Scrigno spa, President & CEO - Master Srl, illustrates the prerogatives of this interesting market to Eros Chemolli.
From the space shuttle to the gates
We scan the skies in the Elon Musk era which aims at the colonization of new planets. It was yesterday that we read about it in Asimov's books. Let us remember that many technologies widespread in our sector come from none other than the aerospace industry, such as ceramic materials.
The background of an article that appeared in “La Repubblica” about Chemolli Fire
Story of an interview in Autogrill: the chronicle of an unusual interview on what we do.
UK: A difficult market, but full of opportunities
Interview with Gianluca Garofoli, Chief Executive Officer of Garofoli Spa.
Let’s talk about testing and certifications on Corriere della Sera
Let's talk about testing and certifications on Corriere della Sera.
Fire doors: questions and answers
At the request of the Antincendio editorial staff, we have provided the answers to a series of user questions, in a short guide on the INSIC website.
Chemolli Fire on Design & Build Review
A presentation of our company on the Design & Build Review website.
What’s the mood in the world of testing?
A look at the trends of recent years may perhaps give an idea of the future for fire resistant doors.