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TROJAN DEMONSTRATES ITS COMMITMENT TO PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT


The Trojan Manufacturing Group has just announced its latest product development that again demonstrates its commitment to innovative and customer-focussed design. The development is the Combi stainless steel range, an extension of the already popular all-stainless steel range.


The stainless steel range of letterplates, door handles, letters, numbers and door knockers has


been one of Trojan’s biggest recent successes. But feedback from customers demonstrated that the range had further to go. Tony Chadwick, Trojan’s Group Managing Director, explains, “Customers were telling us just how valuable an addition to their portfolios our stainless steel range was. But they also told us there was a big market for products that used stainless steel on external faces but other materials on inner faces. Such products would bring the benefits of stainless steel to projects with smaller budgets.”


This feedback has led to an extension to the stainless steel letterplate and door handle offerings with the introduction of the Combi range. The Combi range comprises Standard and Premium options to maximise the market coverage. The


Standard range has a stainless steel external face and standard white/black inner faces while the Premium range has a stainless steel external face and zinc chrome or gold PVD inner. To avoid confusion, the all-stainless steel letterplates and door handles will be known as the Elite range. All products are available now and are already proving to be very popular.


The Trojan Group’s commitment to product


development is a cornerstone of its ethos. This latest product development demonstrates it is as committed to finding innovative ways to solve old problems and meeting the needs of its customers as ever.


T » 01922 713 933 – www.trojan-hardware.com


VS HARDWARE MADE EASY


Mighton VS Window Hardware has just launched the sector’s first online ordering calculator, for the leading PVCu vertical sliding sash systems and its proving to be a revelation for customers when ordering hardware and accessories.


The new online calculator generates an accurate list and cost for all of the hardware and accessories needed, for a single window or complete order for a PVCu vertically sliding sash window.


It covers all of the leading systems including


Evolve VS from Synseal, Deceuninck, Eurocell (Plastmo), Rehau, Spectus, Veka and WHS Halo


and all of their respective variants e.g. with and without horns.


Customers logging on to the site can input the system, window size, transom drop, glass unit type and PVCu & hardware colour. Then the online calculator will provide a complete accurate list of all the hardware and accessories required, including sash balances, based on the systems company’s recommendations. Accessories include keeps, handles, locks, trickle vents, buttons and the Angel Ventlock™ window limiter. For orders received before 4:30pm, they will be delivered in completion the very next day.


For customers operating in the vertical sliding sash market it removes the need for the calculation of correct sash balances/weights, minimises stockholding of all accessories and reduces order processing time at the click of a mouse. Its VS hardware ordering made simple!


An accurate list and cost for all of the hardware and accessories needed.


Gary Morton, managing director of Mighton VS Window Hardware comments: “We’ve made the process of ordering VS hardware remarkably easy and have removed the risk of inaccurate or incomplete orders by customers. We can even import data from the customers manufacturing programme to do all the work. We carry a significant stock of all the products so we can provide customers with a next day service, so they can manage stocks on an as needed basis, enabling them to concentrate on other areas of their business. It’s another initiative from us that we believe will help the VS sector of our industry.”


T » 01223 497097


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