News of 29 January 2020


The NürnbergMesse has cancelled this year's Fensterbau Frontale due to the spread of the corona virus.
Fensterbau Frontale will take place again from 29 March to 1 April 2022.


FVSB and PIV with consulting services at Fensterbau Frontale 2020

The Association of German Lock and Fittings Manufacturers [Fachverband Schloss- und Beschlagindustrie (FVSB)] and the experts from the Testing Institute Locks and Hardware Velbert [Prüfinstitut Schlösser und Beschläge Velbert (PIV)] will be available as competent discussion partners for interested manufacturers from the lock and fittings sector at the Fensterbau Frontale in Nuremberg from 18th to 21st March 2020. Furthermore, the PIV also provides advice on mechanical product testing of locks and fittings as well as windows and doors and on mechatronics tests. As an accredited Testing Institute, PIV stands for independent and competent testing services.

At the exhibition stand in hall 1 the FVSB and the PIV will inform about the perspectives and developments of the industry as well as about market developments. In addition, interested parties will receive information about the testing possibilities at the institute. The experts of FVSB and PIV are looking forward to the many conversations. Furthermore, the company Mark Schütz Vorrichtungsbau is co-exhibitor on the stand. The company Schütz builds prototypes and is active in the field of fixture construction and automation technology. In particular, it is engaged in the development and construction of endurance function test stands, which are also used in PIV.

The Association of German Lock and Fittings Manufacturers, the Testing Institute Locks and Hardware and the company Mark Schütz will present themselves at the Fensterbau Frontale 2020 in hall 1 stand 1-645.



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