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HemingwayDesign X Forbo

HemingwayDesign X Forbo is a new collaboration between HemingwayDesign and Forbo Flooring Systems resulting in the reinvention of Forbo’s products into various distinctive, graphic compendiums of fun designs, inspirational for all sectors.

HemingwayDesign X Forbo plays with pattern and shape, by placing an emphasis on the floor as a surface for graphic art and geometric design resulting in eight stunning and carefully considered design options encompassing Tessera carpet tiles, bespoke vinyl, Marmoleum and Forbo’s flocked Flotex. Additionally, there is an exciting bespoke design service by HemingwayDesign, Marmolaid, which can offer a variety of colour and aesthetic options. hemingwaydesign

Indoor climate control

A versatile and convenient solution to indoor climate control, the Zehnder ZIP radiant heating and cooling panel is ideal for high ceilinged buildings.

Boasting modular design, dual functionality and ease of use, the panel benefits from radiant technology to offer energy savings of over 40 per cent on alternative technologies. Suitable for heating and cooling purposes, it operates a year round indoor climate solution. Fitted flush or close to the ceiling, suspended straight from the ceiling or tilted at an angle and available in five lengths, its flexible fitting system offers numerous configuration possibilities for any building size or shape. Bin design encourages recycling

Leafield Environmental, in partnership with the University of Greenwich, have produced the Meridian Envirobin designed to encourage users to segregate recyclables from non-recyclable waste at source.

Research shows that up to 70 per cent of the waste generated in the university was recyclable so a twin-lidded bin was produced with a 70:30 split in favour of the recyclables stream. The ‘stop and think’ stimulus was achieved by putting a lift lid on the non-recyclable waste side while providing clear, instructional signage. The scheme was a great success, proving the concept and helping the University towards a Zero Waste goal.

Eurocell Modus maxes UK’s top energy ratings

Modus is one of two leading systems from Eurocell to achieve the BRFC’s most recent and stringent Window Energy Rating (WER) of A++.

This landmark award is further recognition of Modus’s market-leading energy efficiency characteristics. The company’s Eurologik system has also been similarly recognised. Modus designs with the new A++ rating include casement, reversible and tilt and turn; together with the Eurologik 70 casement. The first PVC-U window and door system in the UK to offer a 12-year guarantee, Modus features a unique 75mm six-chamber profile system so it can achieve a U-value as low as 0.7 using triple-glazed units.

Accessible leisure Winter wrapped up

Glasdon UK has winter wrapped up with a comprehensive range of winter safety products.

Turbocast 800™ Gritter can be used as a broadcast or drop spreader holding approximately 10 x 25kg bags of rock salt for controlled, accurate coverage up to eight metres width at speeds from 5- 20mph. Turbocast 300™ spreads to a width of three to seven metres and can be easily pushed along, even when fully laden. Nestor 400 Grit Bin has a double skinned lid for strength and durability, which minimises the risk of opening in strong winds to protect the contents from adverse weather conditions.

Solihull has opened a state-of-the-art assisted accessible toilet at its prestigious Touchwood Shopping Centre. The Changing Places suite means that anyone who would need the help of a carer to go to the toilet when away from home now has suitable and appropriate facilities for their personal hygiene.

Conveniently located in the Centre’s Orange welcome hall, by Shopmobility, the Changing Places - supplied & installed by Clos-o-Mat - gives more space than conventional wheelchair-accessible toilets, and additional equipment, including a ceiling track hoist and adult-sized height adjustable changing bench The Changing Places is open from 7.00am-midnight Monday-Saturday and 9.00am-midnight Sunday.

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