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STICK WITH POLYSAFE ECOMAX WHEN BUDGETS ARE TIGHT


Polyflor’s new Polysafe Ecomax heavy-duty safety vinyl flooring combines uncompromising levels of slip resistance with best value pricing at a time when the market needs it most.


Designed to meet the needs of typical safety flooring environments, such as commercial buildings and social housing schemes, Ecomax features the solid construction of Polyflor XL with safety aggregates to offer a specially engineered safety surface.


Ecomax complies fully with HSE guidelines and adheres to EN 13845 – the European standard for safety looring. The range achieves 36+ on the Pendulum wet test with a surface roughness of 20 microns and above.


E: info@polyflor.com W: www.polyflor.com


WIENERBERGER LAUNCHES ZERO DEGREE MORTAR An innovative thin-joint mortar which can be laid at zero degrees Celsius has been launched by Wienerberger. Traditional mortar can only be laid from three degrees but the specially formulated ZeroPlus mortar, which is designed only for use with the Porotherm construction system, can be used in temperatures as low as zero degrees.


W: www.porotherm.co.uk


ARMSTRONG CEILINGS SETS ITS SIGHTS HIGH WITH A GREEN ARMY Leading British manufacturer of interior building solutions, Armstrong Ceilings, has launched a scheme to build an eco-friendly army of approved ceiling and wall system installers with expertise in recycling projects. The eco warriors, or Green Omegas, are an enhancement to Armstrong’s Omega network of approved installers which was launched almost 20 years ago and now numbers more than 150 companies with turnovers of up to £24 million. W: www.armstrong-ceilings.co.uk


MUMFORD & WOOD In one of the UK’s leading independent schools, New Hall in Essex, which occupies the former Tudor Palace of Beaulieu, bespoke Conservation™ timber windows and doors by specialist manufacturer Mumford & Wood have been designed and installed in a new classroom block. BSI energy rated A – C, depending on specification, with an overall frame U-value of 1.4 W/m².K, these double glazed products offer the charm of traditional originals whilst providing ultimate levels of modern performance.


48 | MARCH 2012 | CONSTRUCTION MANAGER W: www.mumfordwood.com


WITH ME IT’S ALL ABOUT MAKING PRODUCT SELECTION SIMPLER FOR YOU Leading roofing and cladding provider, Marley Eternit, has launched an online roofing accessory selector tool in its mission to make life easier for specifiers. The free tool, available at http://www.marleyeternit.co.uk/select, helps customers by providing a relevant selection of dry fix and ventilation products that are suitable for the roof they are working on, based on the pitch of the roof, simplifying product selection.


LEVOLUX MAKES ITS MARK ON STRATFORD CITY


The flagship Marks and Spencer store at Westfield, Stratford City features a dual purpose Solar Shading solution, courtesy of Levolux. Based on its popular Infiniti® Fin system, Levolux integrated aluminium Fins with LED lighting. The Fins provide effective shading during the day and create an illuminated ‘M&S’ logo at night. T: 020 8863 9111 E: info@levolux.com W: www.levolux.com


INNOVATIVE MITSUBISHI REVOLUTIONISES THE PRODUCTION OF SANITARY HOT WATER WITH THE LAUNCH OF THE Q-TON In a world first for efficiency and sustainability, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) is bringing the CO2 heat pump to the commercial market. The new Q-Ton, an air-to-water heat pump, cuts energy use and significantly reduces running costs and carbon emissions. The unique system heats sanitary water to 90°C, boasting an efficiency of 430% and cuts running costs (compared with electric / gas boilers) by 75 / 58%. W: www.mitsubishichillers.eu


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