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28 APPOINTMENTS & NEWS; SURFACE DESIGN SHOW PREVIEW


Kingspan invests in new production lines


Kingspan Insulation Ltd, has announced it is investing €17 million in two state-of-the- art, low waste production lines at its facilities in Derbyshire and North Yorkshire, further enhancing its mechanical engineering insulation products. A further


€10 million investment is being made at Kingspan Insulation’s facility near Selby with the introduction of a manufacturing line for Kingspan Styrozone insulation. The new facility will offer even greater choice to specifiers and installers, producing boards in a comprehensive range of lengths, thicknesses, densities and compression strengths.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk Hi-spec and Economaire heaters


Johnson and Starley launched its highly successful range of WarmCair condensing warm air heaters, along with its market leading QuanTec range of boilers that can be connected to its warm air heater emitter range the Aquair. These units are highly efficient and will meet all future eco-design regula- tion requirements. The Aquair takes water from the boiler, and passes it through a heat exchanger which has a fan blowing across it. The Cleanflow


electronic air filtration system, which can remove airborne particles down to one micron from the atmosphere, including cigarette smoke.


01604 762881 www.johnsonandstarley.co.uk


Lintec helps Signbox win


Signbox, won the Décor Award at the British Sign Awards 2017 in November for its signs and graphics project for the London office of Alpha Bank. Playing a key role in the award- winning project was Lintec’s UV printable architectural film, which was utilised for iconic


manifestations that appear on the office glazed partitions. Signbox printed 100 square metres of Lintec’s UV printable film on an in- house Durst P10-160 press to form glazing manifestations that were applied to backlit glass pods on both sides of the reception desk, as well as throughout the client meeting rooms and general office areas.


01784 438688 ww.signbox.co.uk RABScreen showcases new fitting system


RABScreen, the external air intake screen company, is making its debut at the HVAC & Refrigeration show and will be majoring on its latest easy-to-fit designs. Adding to a range of mounting options for its external screens used for all HVAC equipment and cooling towers,


is the new RABScreen Continuous Attachment System (CAS). This new system comprises easy-to-fit aluminium profiles which can be mounted in a continuous rail of any length, which the border of the fabric screen simply slides into. Using the RABScreen CAS will make it possible to install a 12m long filter system in just over 15 minutes


info@rabscreen.com Norcros relaunches its 4 into 1 Grout range with new formulations and colours


Norcros Adhesives is relaunching its successful 4 into 1 grout range with new improved formulations, new colours, packaging and marketing support. The new products have been reformulated to be both efflorescence-resistant and water-repellant. The formulations contain Norcros Stop Mould Antibacterial additives to protect against mould and discolouration. The new range has been considerably expanded and now includes a total of 15 colours, reflecting current tile trends, in particular the escalating popularity of wood effect tiles. To assist specifiers and architects at the design stage, the colours of the new range can also now be quoted as RAL numbers. Autumn Chestnut, Forest Acorn, Tropical Ebony and Rustic Cedar are the new colours joining the range. They are also supported by a new A4 Colour Samples folder. This comes on a durable heavy duty card. It includes product and application guidance on all Norcros grouts and sealants, including the 4 into 1 range. It also features sample sticks which can be used to test against actual tiles, providing a real benefit for fixers who are looking to coordinate grout lines with their tiling selections.


01782 524140 www.norcros-adhesives.co.uk Big Foot Systems lands in India


Big Foot Systems has supplied its Light Duty Frame to support rooftop plant on an office building in Bangalore, the first instal- lation of Big Foot Systems in India. IT company, OPEN TEXT, chose the system as they wanted a neat and standard roof installa-


tion that was quick and easy to install. Selected to support 14 Variable Refrigerant Flow outdoor units on a concrete roof, the four Light Duty frames created a freestanding framework system that is non- penetrative, meaning there is no chance of leaks in the future and there was no need to involve a civil contractor in making concrete on site.


093412 64630 www.bigfootsupport.com Tiling innovations showcased by BAL


BAL is returning to the Surface Design Show to showcase a number of new products that greatly enhance its offering to architects, designers and contractors. BAL will be exhibiting new full system solutions, as well as the latest innovations to ensure external


tiling solutions are safe, problem-free and maintain the highest aesthetics on Stand 616 in the Stone Gallery. Featuring Gutjahr System Technology, BAL External Tiling Solutions represents a completely new way of designing and constructing balconies and terraces with natural stone, porcelain or ceramic tiled surfaces.


01782 591100 www.bal-adhesives.com SURFACE DESIGN SHOW STAND NO 616


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