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 Polyseam ecobuild stand no N520


Polyseam will be exhibiting Graft™, its own new range of sealants, adhesives and fillers on Stand N520 at Ecobuild, March 4–6th 2014 at Excel. The new range bears the strap line 'Hardworking products for hard working people'. Dave Oram, market- ing at Polyseam, said: “Builders are facing the joint challenge of meeting ever more stringent environmental leg- islation without incurring astronomical increases in costs or impinging on the quality of their work. With the Graft


range we are able to allay these concerns and bring them a choice of prod- ucts that will meet their requirements.”


Tel: 0208 596 5061 www.graft.co.uk Enq. 120 Ancon ecobuild stand no N1120


Ancon is to team-up with the country’s largest brick manufacturer, Ibstock, to present a range of sustainable and low energy construction solutions at this year’s Ecobuild on stand N1120. Thermally efficient wall ties will feature strongly on the stand, with a new version of Ancon’s unique basalt fibre TeploTie being launched at the show. The new TeploTie features a stainless steel L-shaped upstand for connecting to steel, concrete or timber frames and like the original brick-to-block TeploTie,


this new tie has very low thermal conductivity so can be disregarded in u-value calculations.


Tel: 0114 275 5224 www.ancon.co.uk Enq. 122 Johnson & Starley ecobuild stand no N1211


It is a fact that inadequately ventilated and tightly sealed properties can suffer from mould and condensation, leading to problems for the occupants. A block of flats in South London was saved from this situation with the installation of Johnson & Starley’s LE155 ventila- tion systems with heat recovery. Not only does the LE155 ventilate the property, but it also removes cooking smells and other pollutants from the air – all with minimal heat loss. The units are designed to be installed


conveniently on walls, in cupboards or above cooker hobs, with the addition of the optional cooker canopy. The LE155 units are SAP Appendix Q listed and incorporate energy efficient EC Fans.


Enq. 124 Greenwood Airvac


Introducing a brand new training initiative for ventilation installation training – Greenwood Airvac is launching a mobile ventilation rig that brings BPEC accredited training courses to your doorstep: BPEC2U. The first of its kind, the mobile rig is part of the fully accredited BPEC training, providing practical training for its Domestic Ventilation Installation Training Course. Comprising a fully functional heat recovery system, semi-rigid ducting, plus the facility for power testing and balancing as required by BPEC, the rig gives installers hands-on experience in the installation, inspection, testing and commissioning of ventilation systems. Supporting the changes in the 2010 Building Regulations, which have put a greater focus on installation and overall efficiency, the Greenwood BPEC2U course is designed to assist installers in delivering guaranteed installed performance first time, every time. By attending the course, installers will be able to provide full certification for sign-off and quality of installation, as well as benefiting from improvements in SAP calculations for developers and a reduction in call backs. Designed for anyone involved in the installation of heat recovery, ducting and central extract systems, the one-day course can be carried out at your premises or a location of your choice. This helps minimise off-site costs and reduces accommodation and travel expenses to make training a much more viable option. With bookings being taken now, please contact Greenwood Airvac.


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 ecobuild stand no S110


On stand S110 at Ecobuild, Kaldewei will exhibit a selection of latest bathing and shower solutions all made from its unique 3.5mm steel enamel. Offering unrivalled sustainability, Kaldewei is the first bathroom manufacturer to hold ISO 14025 certification in recognition of the eco properties of this 100 per cent recyclable material and its green manufacturing processes. Example Eco models of baths with reduced water capacity will be on display along with level-access shower products, all of


which help specifiers conform to current building regulations, while still providing superb levels of design and bathing comfort.


Tel: 0800 840 9770 www.kaldewei.co.uk Enq. 121 ecobuild stand no N1211


Johnson & Starley’s participation at Ecobuild 2014 will underline the company’s commitment to the provision of highly energy efficient heating and ventilation solutions, meeting the needs of homeowners, specifiers and installers. Renowned for its market leading warm air heating technology, the company’s recently launched range of WarmCair condensing warm air heaters offer high efficiency combined with low running costs, low NOx emissions and low operational noise levels. A full range of models is


available including three models with integral Domestic Hot Water. Full details of all Johnson & Starley products will be available on Stand N1211 at Ecobuild 2014.


Enq. 123 ecobuild stand no N1110/11


Restricted by your supply chain? Feeling the pressure of reduced capacity? Margins not what they used to be? Epwin Group understands the importance of partnerships, and the critical role they play in the future and long-term success of a business. So as the recovery builds momentum, it’s time to re-think, re-evaluate and re-consider this vital element. Join the Epwin Group at Ecobuild 2014 on Stand N1110/1 to hear why ‘standard’ just isn’t good enough in


2014, and learn why its sector specific, niche and specialist products and services set it apart from the competition.


info@epwin.co.uk www.epwin.co.uk Enq. 125


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