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    Here you can find easily the product of your choice. Please just enter the first letters of the product name and select the requested product from the shown list. The overview about our system portfolio you will find using the menue items.

    Referenz - Darmstadtium, Darmstadt

    Darmstadtium, Darmstadt

    The Darmstadtium in Darmstadt is a congress and science centre, offering a venue for company and product presentations, prestigious receptions, fairs, cultural activities, concerts and lots of other events. The name is derived from the same-named element darmstadtium that was discovered in Darmstadt. This names underscores the close connection between the town of Darmstadt and the world of science. (Source: de.wikipedia.org)

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    Referenz - Fibershield®-P

    Fibershield®-P

    The premium textile fire protection closure to match highest demands and to achieve large dimensions

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