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PRODUCTS


CornerTape Silicone has unique nozzle system


The new CornerTape SiliconePro Kitchen & Bathroom Sealant incorporates the World’s first Anti-Drip Valve and Pre-Cut Nozzle System.


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ornerTape plans to release a number of other sealant products in coming months. All the new sealants are anti-mould and include the patented, unique Anti-Drip Valve and Pre-Cut Nozzle System for easy use, to prevent waste and save mess. The Anti-Drip Valve is conveniently positioned close to the operator’s front hand - one


turn of the valve immediately cuts off the flow of sealant, preventing the traditionally inevitable overspill. The Pre-Cut Nozzle System comes in four sections, each of which unscrews to reveal the next, and a lid.


Each nozzle is cut at an angle of 45° and corresponds to the various sizes of CornerTape for beads of sealant 2.5mm, 4mm, 6mm and 8mm in size. The CornerTape patented Pre-Cut Nozzle System can be re-used, the cured sealant easily cleared by simply unscrewing each nozzle and taking the old cured sealant out. Andy Toyne, sales director of STG Products Ltd, said: “We realise there are many sealants on the market,


and we’re launching products into an already overcrowded category, but I’ve got to say that the feedback so far leads us to believe we’re onto a real winner and have such a significant point of difference to others products that we know both trade and DIY customers will love our sealants.” CornerTape SiliconePro sealant is available in a choice of colours – white, black, grey, light grey, dark grey,


cream and clear. The CornerTape system is designed to guarantee a simple, accurate and fast method of applying all types of


sealants on tiles, baths, showers and worktops for a perfect clean-straight-edge finish without mess. Invented by a Norwegian contractor and launched in 2007, CornerTape has won awards in France and has gained a loyal following of retailers, contractors and trades’ people since its launch. For DIY and professional users, CornerTape provides a choice of silicone remover tool, preparation wipes, a silicone forming kit and rolls of CornerTape in various sizes and roll lengths.


Sherex launches new website


Sherex Fastening Solutions, a manufacturer and distributor of blind rivet nuts and specialty fasteners, has announced the launch of its newly designed website.


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ndrew Johnson, president of Sherex Fastening Solutions, comments: “In 1992, long before most companies knew what the www was; Sherex hosted its first web site. We’ve come a long way since then and so has our new site


which now features 3D downloadable drawings, easy navigation, and videos. Our goal for our new site is to provide the essential information our customers require in an easy to use manner.” From the new Sherex homepage visitors will have access to


newly developed product videos & all of the product lines that Sherex offers including its brand new line of clinch nuts and


fastener automation systems. Within the ‘blind rivet nuts’ product bucket on the home page there are three links to in-depth rivet nut selection guides which break down each series of rivet nuts that is within that family. These selection guides allow visitors to see the different features and benefits between the different rivet nut styles Sherex offers and then probe farther into the catalogue or download a 3D model of that style rivet nut. An entire page was also developed for Sherex’s innovative ‘RIV-FLOAT® which includes specific applications and kit & bag information.


’ product, Anixter has it sorted


Fastener and cable accessories supplier, Anixter Component Solutions has introduced a range of component assortment kits to its standard product range.


right size of part needed. The fastener kits contain a wide variety of stainless steel DIN standard machine and


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self-tapping screws. Nylon threaded and push fastener kits are also available. There are 17 types of kit in the range including an ‘O’ ring splicing kit that contains


14 sizes of ‘O’ ring cord and all the equipment you need to create your own sizes of seal. “Using standard component kit boxes can help speed up repairs and thus reduce machine


downtime as well as reduce the development time of prototypes and test equipment,” says Andrew Fletcher, technical director for Anixter Component Solutions.


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overing a wide variety of styles and sizes of fasteners, hole plugs and ‘O’ ring seals, the kits are ideal for maintenance, repair and R&D departments. Supplied in robust compartmented boxes, the kits keep the components clean and separated into ordered sizes, reducing the time taken to ‘rummage around’ in order to find the


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