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ROOFING, CLADDING & INSULATION SHOWCASE; STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS


Kooltherm K100 range expands


Kingspan Insulation has announced the launch of two new products to join their innovative new Kooltherm K100 Range, designed to deliver lower U-values with a minimal construction thickness. Kingspan Kooltherm K112 Framing Board and K107 Pitched Roof Board are the latest products in the range. Their advanced, fibre-free insulation core


has a thermal conductivity of just 0.018 W/m.K across all available board thicknesses, the lowest for any rigid phenolic insulation board. This revolutionary composition offers the freedom to design and construct buildings with inherently outstanding fabric performance.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk Klober membranes for Grand Designs


Klober membranes have been used in Carol and Paul Rimmer’s zero carbon eco-home which featured in the latest series of Grand Designs. The 4,300 sq ft. timber frame build- ing on the West Pennine moor has Wallint® which has a vapour resistance of 250MNsg,


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on the warm side of wall insulation to provide an air barrier. Permo® forte vapour permeable underlay has been installed on the cold side to enable moisture to escape from within the building and provide a weatherproof barrier behind the timber cladding. Its vapour resistance value of 0.15 MN/sg is well below the 0.6 MN/sg required for walls.


01352 706231 www.klober.co.uk/shop/product/wallint-50


VMZINC®


adds bespoke colours


VMZINC is well known for its distinctive PIGMENTO shades of red, green, blue and brown. It has now introduced five bespoke finishes – orange, beige, yellow, grey and purple, which can be manufactured in minimum three tonne quantities. The company will also now match any RAL reference from the Classic Palette for specific projects, a recent example being the grey produced for London’s


Fulham Wharf development. PIGMENTO is not a painted finish and therefore virtually maintenance-free.


01992 822288 www.vmzinc.co.uk  Science flagship Pro-tected


A flagship innovation facility which will enable energy research and development is utilising advanced ‘green’ technology in its building. Willmott Dixon has refurbished the existing building on the University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park to create a new, £multi-million Intelligent Energy


System Demonstrator. The project includes upgrading the five-storey building’s roof. Sub-contractor Range Roofing has used Protan single ply polymer membrane, secured using a combination of traditional mechanical fix systems and the innovative SFS intec isoweld® system. In total, Range used 1200m2


3000 of Protan SE1.6mm. 01925 658001 www.protan.co.uk. Redland clay slate sets the standard


With a hark back to its heritage as the company that re-roofed London, Redland – one of the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of pitched roof systems – is setting new standards in large format interlocking clay tiles with the introduction of the Westminster Slate. Offering efficiencies in


, compared to 60 for traditional clay plain tiles. 01293 666700 www.redland.co.uk/westminster


New Simpson Strong-Tie catalogue


The 2017 edition of Simpson Strong-Tie’s flagship catalogue is here. Alongside the UK’s largest range of connectors for timber and masonry construction, sit over a dozen new products and several range extensions, including: Post Bases; I-Joist hangers; Angle Brackets; Structural screws and Masonry Ties. The catalogue is also brimming with installation advice and performance characteristics and safe working loads. Sales Director, Jon Head explains: “It’s been a busy time for Simpson Strong-Tie, with all new ranges for Light Gauge Steel and CLT construction, as well as our significantly expanded nails and screws ranges. We’ve really pushed the boat out to increase our core range though, which, coupled with our rapid made-to-order service.” The latest version is available from Simpson Strong-Tie on request and can be downloaded from the website.


01827 155600 www.strongtie.co.uk. Icopal achieves top performance


The world famous Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, has seen a major refurbishment and redevelopment; with three different systems from the range of Icopal Ltd having been selected to ensure the old and new roof areas will remain fully protected. The


larger, high level of roof, over an existing office building, had some 600 square metres of Icopal Monarplan GF single ply membrane installed as a warm roof build up. Then the lower, new-build section of the structure was treated with Monarplan FM, while Parabit Solo hot melt was employed as part of an inverted roof build-up.


0161 865 4444 www.icopal.co.uk


both materials and installation, the Westminster Slate delivers the quality and aesthetic of traditional clay tiles, yet more cost-effectively as its size and interlocking design mean that only 10 tiles are needed per m2


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