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ULTRATILE PROVIDES THE IDEAL SOLUTION FOR CONSERVATORY FLOOR TILING


PCH Ceramics Ltd. always use Ultra Tile ProRapid RS adhesive and FlexJoint grout on every conservatory floor that they tile.


PCH Ceramics Ltd. are the approved fixers


exclusively used by Oasis Conservatories Ltd. The joint venture has been established for four years and the number of jobs grows each year. In 2010 165 conservatory floors had porcelain tiles fixed using ProRapid RS and then grouted with FlexJoint.


Expertly formulated with exceptional bond strength, flexibility and fast setting capabilities, ProRapid RS is ideal for porcelain and also natural stone applications. The product’s open time is 40 minutes and it will be set after just 2 hours of drying time. Suitable for walls and floors and has a bed thickness of 3-12mm.


ProRapid RS is suitable for both wet and


dry conditions and is formulated to adhere to most common substrates including screwed and fixed over-boarded wooden floors.


High polymer content increases the product’s flexibility and ensures its compatibility with underfloor heating systems. Underfloor heating systems are quite often requested by the conservatory customers; therefore an appropriate adhesive is of utmost importance to ensure a successful installation.


Ultra Tile ProRapid RS conforms to the requirements of EN 12004 Class C2FT and is available in 20kg grey or white.


PCH Ceramics Ltd. choose to use FlexJoint


grout on the conservatory floor applications. The grout is available in a choice of colours to include white, cream, limestone, sandstone, chocolate, grey and anthracite. It can be purchased in 3kg and 10kg bags sizes.


The product is suitable for joint widths from 1-20mm, and is ideal for internal or external use. It has a super fine texture and is polymer modified for ultimate flexibility. Ultra Tile FlexJoint boasts mould resistant and water repellent capabilities.


SKIP COSTS INCREASE AGAIN ON APRIL 1ST !


Due to another 15% rise in Landfill Tax on the 1st April your company’s skip costs will increase again!


There are however simple, inexpensive and effective ways to reduce waste management costs.


The Fenestration Industry in particular


generates large volumes of waste streams that can be easily segregated and compacted.


Landfill Alternatives are the UK market leader in providing free advice and solutions to help reduce a cost that will only ever increase. Our small easy to use compactors can be purchased or rented and the most popular machine has a rental cost of only £19.00 per week!


NO OBLIGATION MACHINE TRIAL


With the current economic climate, Landfill Alternatives understand that any capital equipment installation needs careful consideration.


This is why we offer a two week no


obligation trial on any of our compactors to allow you to determine the financial benefits of installing one of our machines.


For more information or to arrange a trial please contact Landfill Alternatives on 01295 816733.


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54 « Clearview NMS « March 2012 « www.clearview-uk.com PCH Ceramics Ltd. state that: “We are


always impressed by the performance of (ProRapid) RS and FlexJoint, and will continue to use them both on all projects secured from Oasis Conservatories Ltd.”


Please email pchceramics@hotmail.co. uk to contact Peter the Proprietor. For more information on Ultra Tile’s range of tile adhesives, grouts and ancillaries, please visit www.ultratileadhesives.co.uk.


Ultra Tile is part of the Instarmac Group plc.


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