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automatically switched off via the sensor. The taps require a minimum water pressure of 0.5 bar and are recommended for use with a thermostatic blending valve to set a maximum water temperature. Able to run off battery or mains power, the taps all feature moisture and water resistant control units, plus vandal and scratch resistant sensor windows to increase product longevity.


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scheme. Quick and easy to install into exposed grid ceilings, the luminaires deliver up to 50,000 hours’ life with no maintenance requirements. Supplied with remote ‘plug and play’ drivers, LuxPanels are available in standard fixed output, dimmable and emergency options. The luminaires were installed in classrooms, circulation areas and corridors, lecture suites and relaxation areas as well as specialist facilities such as beauty and hairdressing salons.


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Chelt Electrical in Hull has recently installed over 600 Edgelit LED LuxPanel luminaires from Luceco throughout Hull College, the programme being funded by the Salix scheme. High efficiency, energy saving LuxPanels from Luceco met the criteria for the Salix 


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Deva, part of the Methven UK Group, has launched a new range of chrome sensor taps. Consisting of four different models, two deck mounted and two wall mounted, the contemporary designed taps are suitable for both cold and pre-mixed water. Each model has a 70 second flow cut off, meaning that water usage is limited should the tap not be  


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High design Expona luxury vinyl tiles from Polyflor, the UK’s commercial and residential vinyl flooring specialist, were recently installed at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre in Scunthorpe to give the cafe area a modern new look as part of the renovation project. Polyflor’s Expona Design PUR luxury vinyl tiles in the abstract


Light Contour design were installed by Direct Carpets flooring contractors of Scunthorpe in the centre’s popular cafe. Durable Expona Design luxury vinyl tiles are further enhanced with PUR, Polyflor’s exclusive and robust polyurethane reinforcement which is cross linked and UV cured to provide a fuss-free cleaning and maintenance regime, making this product ideal for a cafe environment.


0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com TECTUS Hinges – concealed perfection


SIMONSWERKTECTUS –a complete solution and extensive range, multi award winning iconic design and precise engineered functionality. TECTUS hinges allow for three dimensional adjustments to obtain perfect door alignment, contain maintenance free bearings and present a flush fitting clean line design.


Created for safety, with minimum pivot gaps to prevent finger injury, these hinges are available in an unrivalled range of high quality surface finishes and size options carrying up to 300kg door weights. The TECTUS A8 versions accommodate door fascias and claddings up to 8mm, allowing for glass or laminate door designs and the TECTUS “Energy” option integrates permanent power transfer.


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GENTONA


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HI-LO BATH WITH POWERED SEAT


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One of the new specialist baths from Gainsborough – safeguarding future care.


0800 988 4237 www.gainsboroughbaths.com


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