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TOMORROW’S PRODUCTS


HANDS UP FOR SNICKERS’ NEW


WORK GLOVES There’s one thing that professional trades-men and women can’t do without if they want to get their job done properly, and that’s healthy hands. They know how difficult it is to work with hands that are chapped and bruised, cut and scratched; conditions they’ve taken for granted for years and ignored, simply because they have to get on with the job in hand.


Now, there’s revolutionary help to be had, thanks to products of extensive groundwork, research and testing on sites around Europe: Snickers’ new and unique Work Gloves.


While ordinary poor-fitting gloves can be more of a hindrance than a help, these revolutionary new Work Gloves are designed to suit different jobs on site, even down to the finest details in protection, grip and dexterity.


The seven styles of ‘Power Gloves’ deliver exactly what the name suggests. Comfortable and hard-wearing, they’re ideal for all kinds of heavy duty jobs on site, but with a range of styles to suit different jobs like shifting and carrying, cutting and tearing, moving and manipulating. What’s more, the unique curved designs ensure strong, secure grips, while sophisticated patterns and ribs, combined with durable materials, create comfort and protection never seen before.


There’s a range of ‘Precision Gloves’, which are light and flexible with a design priority on dexterity and fit. They’re ideal for precision work, while flexible materials on the dorsal side of the hand, plus knuckle protection, cushioning and reinforcement, provide optimum protection.


But what makes buying Snickers Work Gloves really unique, is that you can buy them individually if you need to, which helps if one were to eventually wear out! You can also mix and match them to suit the way you work, even to suit left- or right-handed use.


So, get to grips with Snickers new range, and you’ll be amazed at the difference they can make to your working day.


www.snickersworkwear.co.uk


IVC GROUP REVEALS


NEW BROCHURE The IVC Group has published a dedicated social housing brochure, which demonstrates to specifiers, designers and managers working in the arena, the benefits of its extensive collections of high-performing resilient sheet flooring.


With reputations for impeccable performance and style, the IVC Group brands Itec Contract Floors and Moduleo, have fast built their reputations for providing social housing facilities with high quality and durable surfaces; this new brochure highlights the variety of stylish products available.


With acoustic solutions offered from the Silento range, and stylish and reassuring safety flooring from its brand new isafe One and isafe Apex collections, not to mention the striking beauty of Moduleo Transform luxury vinyl tiles, the choice offered by the IVC Group ensures a perfect match for all types of social housing. Specifiers can select from natural wood and


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stone inspired decors, or choose contemporary mineral and geometric styles – the choice is endless.


Colin Oakley, Housing Manager at IVC Group, said: “The new ‘Flooring for Social Housing’ brochure gives specifiers and designers a complete overview of the suitable flooring products available across the whole of the IVC Group. As a company, we are committed to providing this sector with hardwearing, stylish and


practical flooring delivers impeccable performance and is easy to maintain. This brochure clearly demonstrates the wealth of possibilities available to social housing facilities, and proves that commercial flooring from the IVC Group can help to create stunning interiors.”


www.ivcgroup.com


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