Offers a fireproof alternative in tunnels
Foamrox is an example of a good alternative to insulation against water leaks, frost and fire in tunnels.
Foamrox is to be found in exhibition area during Fjellsprengningskonferansen 2019.
Safest Tunnel October 1-2, 2019
Foamrox will be presenting sustainable prefabricated constructions for tunnels at the tunnel seminar, Safest Tunnel.
Short summary from Foamrox about Arendalsuka 2019
We are thankful for some interesting and educational days with many nice people, and look forward to Arendalsuka 2020.
Foamrox has two posts during Arendalsuka 2019 organized by GCE NODE and Climate Partners. Foamrox is also on the stand with Norwegian Tunneling Society.
New Foamrox presentation movie
Learn more about Foamrox features and usage in these two new presentation movie.
Foamrox among 8 candidates further in the Building Industry Innovation Prize 2019.
The winner will be named Friday 18 October during the Bygg Reis Deg exhibition.
Sustainable building material from recycled glass (The Explorer Norway)
Foamrox makes lightweight and fireproof insulation and construction material. It has lower carbon emissions than traditional building materials.
Recycled glass and polyurea replace concrete
«The tour of the company was triggered by initiatives from local politicians as well as what the minister referred to as positive rumours from operators in the market» (Jon Georg Dale).
This year's SPIR final will take place during the Renewal conference in Bergen on 25 April.
Foamrox continued in this year's SPIR final! Foamrox is now among 3 participants who will be able to present themselves to the audience and the jury during the Renewal Conference April 25 in Bergen.
The Minister of Transport and Communications visited Foamrox
“It is very exciting to see how far they have come and not least what kind of potential is envisaged for the future. I am interested in new innovations and new ways of doing things.”
Foamrox is a candidate for the 2019 SPIR award
Energi og Klima (The Norwegian Climate Foundation) presents this year’s ten selected candidates for the 2019 SPIR award. Foamrox is very pleased to be included as one of the ten candidates.
NIRAS has prepared the EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) for Foamrox
NIRAS has completed the underlying life cycle assessment (LCA) and designed the final EPD document on behalf of Foamrox.
Foamrox® EPD (Environmental Product Declaration)
The EPD for Foamrox® has now been drawn up and can be found on the EPD-Norway website.
A Foamrox emergency exit installed in a tunnel on the new E18
The emergency exit has been installed in the Torsbuåsen tunnel in Arendal. Installation took less than four hours.
It can make future tunnel protection faster, more reasonable and much simpler.
With support from researchers, the company has developed a material from recycled glass, which is fire resistant and waterproof – and weights barely a tenth of the weight of concrete.
It is a pleasure to see the outlines of an industrial company with great opportunities for success, both nationally and internationally.
Now the family business has taken a new strategic choice in connection with the road ahead and employed a CEO.
Recycled glass may replace concrete
Parliamentary Candidate Åshild Bruun-Gundersen from the Progress Party and State Secretary Brage Baklien get acquainted with the difference between concrete and Foamrox.
Foamrox reduces the greenhouse gas emissions
A Master Thesis at NTNU in Trondheim (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering) concludes that the Foamrox technology clearly gives the lowest greenhouse gas emissions in water-proofing and frost protection of road and railway tunnels.
All in all, Foamrox-technology results in large cost savings in the investment, operation and maintenance of tunnels.
It provides significant benefits in handling – a Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) promotion measure.
Foamrox will have two posts at Arendalsuka.
Within the framework of NHO (Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise) and Klimapartnere (Climate Partners, Norway’s largest private-public partnership network focusing on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and developing a green economy).
Helgesen from Glasopor to Foamrox
Kjell Håkon Helgesen, who has been employed as CEO of Glasopor and Sirkel (previously Norsk Glassgjenvinning) for the past seven years is now in place as CEO of Foamrox.
New materials can revolutionise the way in which we build tunnels.
If a car drives into a tunnel wall, the material in the tunnels should also handle such impacts without the consequential damage of the accident becoming too great.
Green Business Idea Competition Agder 2017
Foamrox second at the Green Business Idea Competition Agder 2017. Read more at http://greenbusinessidea.no
The main component of the material is recycled glass.
This quartet stands behind a product which the initial customer refers to as “a possible quantum leap” in the construction industry.
A greener badger in the tunnel.
A new material can make tunnel projects cheaper, safer and more environmentally friendly.
It has been hard work for several years, but now I hope it has reached a solution.
TPD can be at the forefront of large-scale production of a brand new product type for fire safety in tunnels.
Easier installation and longer life.
The new material combination called Foamrox is now used in cabinet frames for emergency cabinets in Norwegian tunnels.
Consists of approx. 95 % recycled glass
The weight is about 7 % of a similar construction in concrete.
The first contract has already been landed
Frames for emergency cabinets in the Tromsøysund tunnel in Tromsø.