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Dales diary of Eurocell enhancements


Eurocell – one of the UK’s leading manufacturer, distributor and recycler of window, door, conservatory and roofline products – has reconfigured its popular Dales Collection range of composite doors to increase and improve aesthetic choice, security and resilience. First, the company


has introduced three new panel designs, the Elton, Hartington and Newhaven, which deliver ‘on trend’ farmhouse and contemporary styles. The three designs are complemented by six further glass patterns to further increase choice.


0800 988 3049 www.eurocell.co.uk


Rationel windows help Crest Nicholson their whole window U value of 0.79W/m2


Rationel’s high performance timber windows helped Crest Nicholson achieve Level 4 in the Code for Sustainable homes at Halo, Cambridge. Simon Watt, senior technical manager for Crest Nicholson said: “In order to achieve Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4, we predominately followed a Fabric First specification. We were in part able to achieve this by using Rationel’s AuraPlus range of with K. This adequately achieved


the energy efficiency figures we required to achieve our requirements.” 01869 248181 www.rationel.co.uk


Hueck UK brings new premium sliding door to market


Hueck UK has expanded its range of market-leading sliding doors with the launch of a new premium aluminium system to the UK market. Sitting alongside Hueck’s existing Volato S and Volato M systems, Volato SLS 075 is a high-performance sliding door aimed at the high-end entrance door market. Hueck is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of aluminium window, door and façade solutions, specialising in both standard systems as well as bespoke applications. Volato SLS 075 is available in a range of designs includ- ing single, double and monorail. It is also available in a triple track option, allowing all sashes to slide if required, providing an alternative to bi-fold doors for larger openings. And, like all products in the Hueck range, it is designed to integrate with other systems including the Lambda WS/DS 075 modular window and door systems and Trigon façade. It also offers a range of benefits to the end user including sleek aesthetics, easy operation and superior thermal efficiency and weatherproofing compared to other sliding door systems on the market.


01217 671344 www.hueck.com Saint-Gobain PAM UK extends range


Saint-Gobain PAM UK has extended its range of cast iron Vortx roof outlets to include 880 and 45o angled outlets with flat and domed grates for flat roofs. The new range is available in three sizes with a 4”, 3” or 2” BSP threaded joint, with a range of spigot adaptors including


concentric and eccentric to connect to smaller pipe diameters. Designed and manufactured for a long durable life, the cast iron flat grates are sheradised, the domed grates are polyester coated and the bodies of the outlets have a grey epoxy coating.


sales.uk.pam@saint-gobain.com  Schueco UK introduces slimline facade


Sustainable building envelope specialist, Schueco UK, has announced new developments to its unique, ultra-slimline FWS 35 PD panorama design façade system. Shown at BAU 2017, the enhanced system delivers even greater visual elegance and transparency, the option of sun-shading and


two levels of burglar resistance. With Passive House certification for the top Schueco FWS 35 PD.SI version, the range offers thermal insulation levels as low as 0.79 W/m2


K and can accommodate


double- and triple-glazed units from 22mm to 50mm thickness. 01908 282111 www.schueco.co.uk


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ADF MAY 2017


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