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which they can access instantly at any time. Architects and specifiers can personalise their library simply by tapping the relevant tab within the app to select their area of interest and then choosing from REHAU’s many product areas, which includes windows, doors and glazing systems, district heating, ground source energy solutions, and sub surface heating and cooling.


REHAUhas produced a new version of its user friendly ‘Docs’ app which allows architects and specifiers to access product and technical information on their mobiles and tablets. The app, which is available to download from the App store simply by searching for ‘REHAU docs’, allows users to create their own virtual library of REHAU brochures and specification guides  


     01989 762600 www.rehau.uk enq.174 Crittal’s new advanced HomelightPlus Range


Crittall Windows has introduced a new steel window aimed at the residential market, the HomelightPlus range. An enhanced version of the company’s successful Homelight steel window first made during the 1920s, the new-look window features contemporary styling and window profiling, plus higher energy-savings, performance, and improved security. The authentic ‘like-for-like’ steel window offers significant energy savings – thermally improved to meet Part L of


Building Regulations by achieving either a window energy rating Band B or a centre pane U-value of 1.2w/m2


k. The window has been made especially secure


through an improved, robust, security multi-point locking option. 01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk


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NorDan has designed a new front entrance doorset for the UK market, following extensive consultations with local authorities, housing associations and Police initiatives. It’s called the NTech security entrance door, and comes with high quality, high security Winkhaus multi point locking system and Hoppe security handles. Ideally suited for large or small projects where a volume of secure and long lasting front entrance doorsets are required, with or without glazed panels, it will be of interest to


housing associations, local authorities and contractors. The new doorset has all the attributes of NorDan’s well established composite entrance doorsets which have been on the market for a long time and are popular throughout Europe.


01452 883131 www.nordan.co.uk VMZINC provides face of Uni HUB


VMZINC standing seam facades in ANTHRA- ZINC have been used on the new £45 million Fferm Penglais student accommodation building at Aberystwyth University. Specified by PCKO architects, it has 900 bedrooms, 100 studios and a landmark hub building with communal and learning zone areas. The HUB building features


ANTHRA-ZINC cladding, the matt black appearance of which has a visible grain structure which has proved popular with architects throughout the world. It is visually distinctive of the metal and one of eight pre-weathered colours available in addition to the metal’s natural finish.


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stronger than you’d think


Secured by Design Part Q compliant glass rooflights by Glazing Vision


LPS 2081: Issue 1 Cert/LPCB ref: 1347a


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