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PHOENIX DOOR PANELS LAUNCHES COLOUR PVC-U PANELS


Phoenix Door Panels has added a new Colour Door Panel Collection featuring foiled coloured woodgrain finished PVC-U door panels in eight UV-stable RAL shades.


Available in black, blue, green, red, Irish


Oak, grey, white and cream, all panels are manufactured to the highest quality standards and delivered in four to five working days.


Phoenix offers a wide range of door styles and designs, with arguably the largest range of glazing options in the industry. Any panel in the range can be supplied in the coloured foils.


‘more than 120 existing standard designs’


“Door panels remain very popular with our customers and this fabulous new collection greatly extends their choice - from more than 120 existing standard designs - even further,” comments Haydon Statham, National Sales Manager.


Contact Phoenix Door Panels on 01487 740469, email info@phoenixdoorpanels.co.uk or visit the website at www.phoenixdoorpanels.co.uk.


POLYFRAME’S ‘PERFECT FIT’ WITH RADLEY


In another industry partnership deal that will have significant benefits to both companies, Polyframe Trade Ltd, has taken a shareholding in Radley of Oxford.


Radley will now be able to offer the complete Polyframe range while Polyframe can supply a range of specialist products.


Te Radley production facility is undergoing a major refurbishment and has the capability for manufacturing standard PVCu products as well as PVCu angled frames and arched frames.


Tis is further complemented with aluminium windows, doors and bi-folding doors and three spray booths providing a


choice of more than 1,500 colours.


Commenting on the partnership deal, Peter Dyson, Sales Director of Polyframe said: “Te partnership with Radley is extremely positive for Polyframe and shows our commitment to expanding and growing the business. Taking a shareholding in Radley enables us to be in total control of all aspects of our product portfolio as we now have the skills and the facilities to manufacture shaped frames, arches and vertical sliders in-house.


“Additionally, Radley has a reputation that is second-to-none for aluminium products and with our existing System 10 alumium windows, we can now supply a complete


range of aluminium doors including bi- folding options”.


Te Aluminium portfolio from both


Polyframe and Radley will now include Smart Architectural Aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling as well as the innovative WHS Halo System 10 aluminium profile which can achieve U Values as low as 0.7.


“Te ethos of both Polyframe and Radley has always been to look for continuous improvement in all aspects of their respective companies and the products available for customers, so this partnership is the perfect fit for both businesses,” Peter added.


SUPASEAL CELEBRATES 5 YEARS OF GROWTH WITH SWISSPACER Alex Gray, Managing Director of


SWISSPACER has enjoyed continued growth at Supaseal, the leading IGU manufacturer for trade customers in Scotland and North East England.


Supaseal started to use SWISSPACER V spacer bars in its top performance sealed units five years ago, and sales of SWISSPACER to Supaseal have grown year- on-year since then.


SWISSPACER has excellent thermal


properties to help Supaseal provide the best performing sealed units. Sales of energy efficient sealed units have increased in recent years as specifiers and homeowners recognise the benefits of energy efficient windows.


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Supaseal said: “As demand for energy rated windows has grown, so has demand for our ‘SAVEHEAT’ brand of energy efficient glazing systems. We have been using SWISSPACER V for the past five years because it gives the best performance – it’s the Rolex of spacer bars!


“SWISSPACER has the same external dimensions as aluminium spacer bars so we were able to use it on our existing machinery, which is another benefit”, added Alex.


Tel: 0845 6011265 Email: info@swisspacer.com


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