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Dr. Ralf Schulz to assume the position “Head of Corporate Industry Transformation Strategy”


Effective February 15, 2024, Markus Rupp takes over as Managing Director of Wolman Wood and Fire Protection GmbH from Dr. Ralf Schulz who will assume the new role “Head of Corporate Industry Transformation Strategy”, reporting directly to Patricia Heidtman, member of the Sika Group Management and Chief Innovation and Sustainability Officer.


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As the Holiday Season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and on those who have helped to shape our business in a most significant way.

We value our relationship with you and look forward to working with you in the year to come.

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Protected local wood such as pine and spruce is the best ecological and economical alternative to tropical wood, it has a very low global warming potential and its use saves resources e.g. local forests!

Yesterday all members of Deutsche Bauchemie e.V. 's Wood Protection Group met for the Holzschutztagung 2023 in Erfurt.


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Sika successfully closes MBCC acquisition.

After having received all necessary regulatory approvals, Sika has completed the acquisition of MBCC Group, which includes Wolman Wood and Fire Protection GmbH with the Wolman and Fire Protectors brands.


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Did you know that using vacuum pressure treated timber saves the wood in the forests by increasing the lifetime of local softwood?

The WEI Spring Conference, currently taking place in Brussels, is a good opportunity to exchange views on the sustainability of treated wood - and how the use of preserved, home grown wood supports the EU Green Deal targets.


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Safety on Site - How to deal with an IBC-leakage?!

Safety first! – at our Wolman site and at your production site!

Being prepared for possible emergencies is crucial! In the event of an accident, those involved must act quickly.

Our latest video explains how to deal with a product leakage from an IBC.


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Wolman wishes all of you a happy Valentine’s Day

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Mold spores are almost universally present in the environment. They are released from the fruiting bodies of the parent fungi. In case of molds these fruiting bodies are often visible as colored felts, which are present on the surface of the materials they have infected.

If mold is evident on timber, it is a sure sign of excessive moisture content.

To avoid mold growth on freshly impregnated timber follow these rules:


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“Effective protection: modern wood preservatives ease the pressure on the resource ‘forest’”.

Follow this link to learn how the use of protected local woods such as pine or spruce can safe tropical and local forests as well as other natural resources: deutsche-bauchemie.com/green-deal/06-wood-preservatives


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