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Peter Cahill’s towel- vending lockers for clubs


The Towel-Vend-Locker, developed and manufactured by Peter Cahill Engineer- ing, Dublin, is a new electronic towel vending system created for golf clubs, sport and health clubs. The Towel- Vend-Locker is designed to securely and hygienically store towels in individ- ual compartments for private use. The lockers have a pin-pad system for pay- ment and various usage options.


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Welsh Football Centre uses KitLock locks


KitLock has installed its locks in the changing rooms at the newly-opened Welsh National Football Develop- ment Centre, Dragon Park. The facility, which is in the Newport International Sports Village, is the new base for the Welsh Football Trust. KitLock’s key- less locks have been installed for the convenience of the players training at the site. The locks are fitted in place of a standard cam lock and provide keypad access without the need for keys, coins or tokens. The user enters their four-digit code to gain access.


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Kemmlit offers cubicles with customised design


Compac’s trendy new quartz washroom surface


Trend is the name of the new ‘techno- logical quartz’ work surface and flooring collection from Compac for health and sports centre washrooms, hotels and spas. The surface uses around 94 per cent natural, durable quartz, is non- porous and can be cleaned without the need for antibacterial chemicals. The hard, abrasion-resistant surface is available in four shades. The collection also includes ‘technological marble’.


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Clubs can have their logos or any design printed on the changing room interior as part of a new service from European cubicle and locker systems manufacturer Kemmlit. Thanks to advanced digital printing technology, Kemmlit can use most designs and replicate them onto the surface of cubicle doors and walls. The design is encapsulated in the lamination process. Kemmlit uses high pressure, solid grade laminates and melamine composites, designed to provide pro- tection from scratches as well as a clean, hygienic and durable surface for cubicles in changing rooms and washroom environments.


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