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Rainwater Products; Smoke & Fire Protection; Timber Products; Waterproofing  


Aico Ltd, one of the market leaders in residential Fire and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms in the UK, has expanded and enhanced its training and support services for customers. This includes two new Mobile Training & Demonstra- tion Units plus an extended Centre of Excellence at Aico’s premises in Oswestry, Shropshire. Aico’s new fully fitted Mobile Training & Demonstra- tion vehicles enable the company to deliver detailed product and alarm technology information right to customers’ very doors. Information boards on all Aico technologies and alarm ranges are installed within the units, along with a virtual tour of the company’s manufacturing process.


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Kidde’s Firex range now offers safety plus sustainability, with low energy mains-powered smoke and heat alarms that cost less than £1 a year to run. Interconnected, mains-powered smoke and heat alarms with reliable power back-up should now be the norm for most housing to satisfy Building Regulations requirements and Code of Practice recommendations. Firex alarms can be interlinked to create a low-energy network for protection throughout the home. But they can also interconnect with Kidde’s 4MCO and 4MDCO mains-powered carbon monoxide alarms, using the unique ‘Smart Interconnect’ feature.


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     sales@kiddesafety.co.uk                             Remmers sets sail at Red Wharf Bay


Red Wharf Bay Sailing & Watersports Club is set in an area of outstanding beauty at Traeth Bychan on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The member’s clubhouse has been sited here for over 50 years due to its suitable sailing waters. The members of the committee decided that the exterior of the building was looking a little tired and a refresh was needed before the new season started at Easter. Remmers Compact Opaque PU topcoat was selected for the job due to its performance characteristics and suitability to coastal locations. Over two weekends, the clubhouse was transformed and the new colour gave the clubhouse the refreshed look it deserved.


01293 594010 www.remmers.co.uk Waterproofing simplified with Remmers


Multi-Tight 2K from Remmers is a new, flexible, mineral based waterproofing product which has all the performance properties of older technology polymer-modified thick bitumen emulsions, whilst being “bitumen free”. Using unique rubber granulate filler technology Multi-Tight 2K has a crack- bridging capacity which is five times more effective than standard flexible mineral-based waterproofing systems. The versatility of the product allows it to be used to waterproof below ground externally and internally offering excellent resistance to ground or water pressure as well as frost and salts. It is very quick and easy to apply and dries in less than 18 hours.


01293 594010 www.remmers.co.uk


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