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HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES; INTERIORS


Giving vent to artistic flair


Designers and specifiers can give full vent to their artistic flair through developments at Gilberts Blackpool Ltd. The independent air movement specialist is now offering the capability to hydro- plate its ventilation grilles, diffusers and louvres. The innovative printing technique enables any of


Gilberts’ aluminium grille and diffuser profiles for interior air distri- bution to be finished in whatever colour or finish required. The hydro- plating facility compliments Gilberts’ powder-coating service, which enables its products to be supplied in any solid colour required, and now, ‘chrome’ powder to provide a polished chrome diffuser effect.


01253 766911 info@gilbertsblackpool.com Polyflor launches Secura luxury flooring


Polyflor, a UK residential and commercial vinyl flooring specialist, has launched its new Secura PUR collection of luxury vinyl sheet flooring, designed to create inspiring home interiors for modern living. Made in the UK, the Secura PUR range features 22 designs which authentically replicate the natural character of wood, stone and abstract materials in a practical and durable sheet


format. On-trend new additions include white and grey oaks alongside contemporary concrete and slate effects.


0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com


High temperature ASHP –from LG


The new high temperature version of LG’s Therma V ASHP is proving popular across the UK. It can deliver water at up to 80°C for cascade dual refrigerant cycles of R410a and R134a and up to 65°C for single refrigerant high temperature systems. Its ideal for com- bining with hot water cylinders or thermal stores and has been successfully linked with other renewable technologies including solar PV. To find out more, head to the website or email LG for further information.


HVAC.marketing@lge.com partner.lge.com/uk Folding partition and movable walls


Building Additions are a specialist folding partition and movable wall company based in the UK that offer a complete one stop service from initial design of your bespoke sliding partitions or operable wall systems, through manufacture and installation of the individual units and a full after care service.


Building Additions folding partitions and movable walls come in a wide range of finishes with different acoustic properties. They can be tailored to suit almost any space providing a quality solution to maximising the use of space within any commercial building.


sales@buildingadditions.co.uk Dow Corning launches Crystal-clear Silicone Technologies


Crystal clear silicones provide high strength, high performance, durability and architectural design freedom. Dow Corning®


TSSL silicone film for interiors is engineered for area lamination of structural glass-glass and


glass-metal bonds such as glass staircases and railings. Its exceptional strength and flexibility accommodate the movements and vibrations generated by walking on glass stairs and grasping glass railings. This new lam- inate allows designers to avoid unsightly drilling when joining glass pieces. Dow Corning®


2400 Silicone


Assembly Sealant hot melt is designed for manual and automated assembly, bonding and sealing of specific structural glazing designs, crystal clear insulating glass edges and general sealing applications. It provides immediate grip and strength upon cool-down, and requires no primer for the majority of non-porous substrates. It delivers excellent resistance to ultraviolet (UV) light, high and low temperatures and weather. These two new Dow Corning technologies complement the company’s recently introduced Dow Corning®


TSSA silicone


film for bonding fixed-point exterior glass facades. +32 64 888 000 dowcorning.com


First Suffragette’s office given new vote of confidence thanks to development


A historic office building has been given a new lease of life thanks to a development project that involved ironmongery firm SDS London. SDS London supplied Solmaz Ltd, with a vast quantity of ironmongery and hardware for the project. Over 40 product lines were supplied, to the project, which was once used by the Suffragettes as a base for its movement for political and social change. The development saw five luxury flats built in Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London; and SDS London supplied all of the Ironmongery for 76 doors in the complex, which included main entrance and interior doors. Up until 2012 the building was used for office space before being converted into residential accommodation. Solmaz Ltd was the main contractor for the project and the Stonehaven Group were the developers. On working with SDS, Faruk Tepeyurt, who is Contracts Coordinator comments: “A project of this nature demands that you use the very best suppliers and SDS is very much this when it comes to ironmongery. Their range of products, knowledge and customer service can’t be matched. They played an integral role in ensuring the development was a success.”


020 7228 1185 www.sdslondon.co.uk


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