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SUSTAINABLE HOUSEBUILDING SHOWCASE 49 Class 0&1 is not good enough


For years we have spoken of Class 0&1 BS476 Parts 6&7. Now is the time we asked for 30 & 60 minutes fire protection. Fire protection for 30 or 60 minutes allows time for most building to be evacuated. Envirograf has developed Product 42 – HW02/E Clear & HW01 White intumescent


coating that is giving both 30 and 60 minutes fire protection to timber according to thickness & type of timber or timber related products, as well as Product 105 – A 2 coat white system to upgrade 9mm, 12.5mm plasterboard to over 60 and 70 minutes fire protection. There are ideal for listed buildings, hotels & guest houses where fire protection is important.


01304 842 555 www.envirograf.com Uplifting solution to supporting elderly, disabled


Housing providers accommodating the elderly, disabled are being offered a new solution to moving within a property. Closomat, offers a discreet, ceiling mounted transfer system that can enable a resident to remain in their home when their mobility is impaired. The hoist is designed so that the carer can effortlessly move them anywhere around the room, or even from one room to another, without having to manually lift them. It can be installed in the property either as it


is being built, or fitted retrospectively- even if the ceiling itself isn’t strong enough to support the load, the system can still be fitted, weight-bearing on discreet floor-mounted legs.


0161 969 1199 www.clos-o-mat.com


Grasscrete; roadside verge


Grasscrete; water attenuation solutions


Discover green


Grasscrete; fire access


Grassblock; off road parking


Betoconcept; earth retaining plantable walls


Grasscrete; roadside parking


Grass Concrete Limited is a world leader in


M-TRAY® provides an instant and truly sustainable green roof


Construction of green roofs, whilst gaining popularity, is often a problem for installers without specific landscaping skills. What is more, traditional roll-out sedum blankets are easily damaged, often contain poor substrates making them prone to die-back. They can also affect drainage systems and risk damage to roof membranes. The M-Tray®’s 100mm deep modular design helps with rainwater attenuation and can be used as part of SUDS. Up to 50 per cent of rainwater is absorbed and run-off into drains is delayed by approximately an hour. This reduces flash flooding and makes water collection and storage much easier. All the necessary substrate, drainage and filtration elements are correctly measured and pre-loaded into the specially designed plastic modules. A carefully selected variety of sedum is then grown in the trays at Wallbarn’s dedicated nursery and supplied as mature, fully-established plants. The modules can be carried by hand - ensuring no mess during installation - and simply clip together with the plants quickly blending to form a seamless and long-lasting green roof which will attract butterflies and bees.


0208 916 2222 www.wallbarn.com WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


the development and supply of ‘green’ construction solutions. Expert environmental systems for over


45 years, we are still committed to our environment and the creation of greenspace.


Grass Concrete Limited


Duncan House, 142 Thornes Lane, Thornes, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF2 7RE England


Tel: +44(0)1924 379443 Fax: +44(0)1924 290289


Innovative environmental solutions www.grasscrete.com


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