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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE  New products for inspiring facades


Trespa is introducing a new product range – Meteon® Focus –and welcoming five metallic colours to the existing Meteon®


Lumen series.


Designers and architects now have an entirely new range of ways to introduce innovative


looks and effects for facades. Metallic reflections of light, coincidental compositions and enigmatic traces can break up surfaces and help create exciting new identities.


0808 234 0268 www.trespa.com Keeping burglars out with steel windows


Difficult to force because of the inherent strength of their frames, steel windows are not liked by burglars. One of the best deterrents to a prospective thief is the traditional ‘cottage’ style steel window, divided into small frames, with interlocked steel glazing bars. Steel Window Association members also offer W40 steel windows that comply with Secured by Design requirements. Newly appointed member, Steel


Window Fittings Ltd (swf), manufacture most steel window hardware. Swf has been successfully manufacturing handles, stays, hinges, bolts and openers, since 2011; both in the UK and globally.


info@steel-window-association.co.uk BREEAM Excellence at Arvalee School


Metal Technology’s commitment to performance engineering has contributed to the Excellent BREEAM rating achieved by Arvalee School in Omagh. The school is phase one of a £130m education project and is exemplary in both design and environ-


mental performance. Metal Technology was the perfect fit. System 17 high rise curtain walling and 4-20Hi + casement windows glazed with clear and coloured feature glass helped create welcoming, light filled spaces. This was complemented with System 5-20D Hi+ doors externally and System 10 commercial doors in some internal spaces.


028 9448 7777 www.metaltechnology.com SmartSecure achieves accreditation


The FUHR 881 multitronic lock, which is at the heart of Carl F Groupco’s SmartSecure electronic door locking and smart access control solutions, has achieved Secured by Design accreditation. As the latest in a series of hardware products offered by Carl F


Groupco to achieve Secured by Design, the company was confident of gaining the certification as the lock design, consistent with the established process for all FUHR locking systems, had already passed rigorous security testing.


01733 393330 www.smartsecure.co.uk


NEW Ubiflex Extreme


Continually improving the standards in non-lead flashings


• Complements the market leading Ubiflex range with more options and solutions for installations


• 25 year guarantee • BRE tested to 100mph and Class A fire rating pass • Widest installation temp. range: -30° to +180° • Looks more like Lead with a smooth finish • Duo Colour – Grey/Black per roll: hold less stock


Ubiflex – the world’s 1st choice in easy to install flashings


Call us on 01604 433000 or visit our website for details. WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK


• Exteme Fix adhesive allows installations in damp conditions reducing delays on site


www.ubbink.co.uk ADF JUNE 2017


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