The building Rules and Regulations of Integrated Systems Europe Any exhibitor building a stand higher than 275 cm needs to get approval by the organization of Integrated Systems Europe. A stand design can be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, so the organization can check if the stand meets the regulations. The deadline for sending the stand design is the 3rd of December 2010. This way there is still time to adjust the design when it does not meet the regulations. 1
The walls of the stands that are located against the walls of the hall, can be build higher than the standard height, on the condition that the wall is placed at least 200 cm from the aisle. Each exhibitor needs to have their own back wall. It is not allowed to use the back wall of the hall or the wall of your neighbour, unless this is agreed with the neighbouring exhibitor. The stand must be build within the rented space. Fire exits and emergency exits must always remain accessible. Please note that during the show, half of the light will be switched on. Spotlights should be pointed downwards and into the stand, never towards or across the aisles. Exhibitors using music systems, etc., must ensure that they are in possession of the correct licenses and that the volume is kept to a level that does not cause disturbance to others. Exhibitors failing to comply with warnings from show management may incur a fine or have power to their stand terminated.
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Height Regulations (Walls) The standard height is 275 cm. When walls are higher than 275 cm, please note that 2/3rd of the wall of the full length of the stand can be build higher, up to a height of 550 cm, on the condition that this part of the wall is placed at least 100 cm from the aisle. When the walls are higher than 550 cm, only 1/4th of the wall of the full length of the entire stand can be build higher, up to a height of 700 cm, on the condition that this part of the wall is placed at least 100 cm from the aisle. Walls alongside the aisles, that are closer than 100 cm from the aisle, are allowed to have a maximum length of 1/3 of the stand wall, unless the walls are lower than 100 cm.
Height Regulations (Pillars)
Pillars can be build higher than 275 cm, up to a height of 550 cm, on the condition that the pillars together, will not be more than 1/3 of the length of the stand.
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Pillars can be build higher than 275 cm, up to a height of 700 cm, on the condition that the pillars together, will not be more than 1/5 of the length of the stand.
Rigging is only allowed within the measurements of the stand. The banners shouldn’t take more than ¼ of the total surface above your stand. In general, the maximum height of a banner is 7 meters from the floor, except when the organisers prefer a higher position. Exhibitors need to check their location to see if rigging is possible with Mr Niels van Gestel: email@example.com. The distance between a truss and a banner can’t be more than 1 meter. The distance between the banner and the wall of the stand must be at least 1 meter. The maximum height of a banner is 700 cm.
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For double decked stands, a permit needs to be requested. Please go to https://portal.rai.nl/document/sop_documents/Construction_and_building_code_information. pdf or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. For platforms, higher than 60 cm, Please got to https://portal.rai.nl/document/sop_documents/Construction_and_building_code_information. pdf or contact email@example.com for more information. The deadline for requesting a permit is 03 December 2010. Please note that when building without a permit, the authorities have the right to close off the entire stand or even prevent it from being built. The local authorities are very strict and no exceptions will be made.
Stand floors can have a maximum height of 10 cm, and should be accessible for disabled.
Separation walls can be placed between stands that are sharing a site. The standard height of this wall is 2.75m. Higher separation walls are allowed, up to 4m, on the condition that both exhibitors agree with this height and the completion of it.
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Published on Nov 16, 2010