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STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS  Salford apartments achieve airtightness


An impressive new contemporary apartment development in Salford is set to benefit from the superior airtightness performance qualities of Wraptite from the A. Proctor Group. Project architect Andrew Tate of Bowman Riley Architects required a


high-quality air tightness membrane and chose Wraptite as an external air barrier. Unlike internal air barriers, which can be complex and costly to install due to the need to accommodate building services, Wraptite was applied externally, quickly and easily to the Siniat Weather Defence Board in continuous pieces.


01250 872261 www.proctorgroup.com/air-barriers StoCretec makes its mark in the UK


StoCretec is a market leader for concrete restoration and protection systems in many European countries. StoCretec’s full range of systems is available for anything from small concrete patch repairs, through to large-scale, sprayed mortar projects and high-performance industrial floor-coating


systems. The StoCretec concrete repair systems can be configured to suit the specific requirements of any type of application. The product range includes StoCrete Reno, Reno HD and Reno XA systems, offering strength, durability and security in concrete restoration.


0141 892 8000 www.sto.co.uk/stocretec New Tension System Cross Coupler


When forming a cross brace using tie bars, the new Ancon Cross Coupler offers a streamlined alternative to an anchor disc. Cross couplers and anchor discs allow tension bars to lie in the same plane and remove the need to offset bars, with the coupler or disc providing an attractive design feature for the panel. The cross coupler


is the latest addition to the Ancon 500 tension bar system, which provides a high load capacity while meeting the aesthetic requirements of today's architectural applications. Ancon Cross Couplers are available to suit tie bar diameters from 10mm to 24mm.


0114 275 5224 www.ancon.co.uk School on fast-track to success


The Kingspan TEK Building System of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) have been used to create the building envelope of a contemporary, energy efficient sports hall and classroom block at Swavesey Village College, South Cambridgeshire. The panels arrived onsite pre-cut to


the project’s exact specifications. This bespoke approach almost eradicated onsite alterations and, combined with the panelised system construction, allowed the installation team to establish a fast and predictable installation programme.


01544 387 384 www.kingspantek.co.uk 


  Monarfloor Tranquilt – a sound choice


As we continue to more fully understand the full effects of low-level neighbour noise on an occupant’s health and well-being, architects are increasingly seeking acoustic isolation systems. Offering the best impact reduction on the market, Icopal’s Monarfloor Tranquilt is a one-part system


All bases covered


Leading construction connector manufacturer Simpson Strong-Tie has expanded its range of post bases to include additional solutions for new and retrofit applications. The range includes concealed post bases; bases with site-adjustable heights from 100 – 150mm; bases which can be adjusted even after the columns have been installed; and options to cast into concrete or to fix down using studs. A brochure is available for download, which includes installation advice, performance characteristics and safe working loads. Sales Director Jon Head explains: “With the off-site construction footprint increasing all the time, we’ve seen a growing demand for post base and column support solutions, prompting us to not only make more options available ‘off the shelf’ but not expand our ‘made to order’ service to cope with ever more interesting and unique house design.” Request or download a copy of Connectors for Timber and Masonry Construction from Simpson Strong-Tie’s website.


01827 255600 www.strongtie.co.uk


that is easier to specify and faster to install. Monarfloor Tranquilt reduces impact and flanking sound transmission within pre-cast and in-situ concrete separating party floors by forming an isolation layer between the sub-floor and finished screed.


0161 865 4444 www.monarfloor.co.uk Drybase Flex provides barrier to damp


Drybase Flex Membrane from Safeguard is the latest product in the company’s Drybase Damp-Proof Coatings range and is designed for direct application to floors and walls that have been affected by dampness and salt contaminationand when it is not possible to stop the damp at its source. A watertight,


low-profile sheet membrane solution to the problem of persistent damp, Drybase Flex Membrane is a highly durable and flexible means of protection against moisture ingress which can be quickly and easily applied to walls using specially-formulated Drybase Flex Adhesive.


01403 210204 www.safeguardeurope.com   


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