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52 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE; STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS


Anglia Lime Company


Since 1992 when Anglia Lime Company pioneered the use of lime in East Anglia through training courses and the distribution of lime materials, new awareness has brought about an ever- increasing use of lime in both old and new buildings. Anglia Lime Company can offer


a sustainable lime-based solution, whether you are repairing plaster in your 15th Century cottage, re-pointing Georgian brickwork, installing a lime concrete floor or looking for a pre-coloured, spray applied finish for the most modern of buildings.


enquiries@stripperspaintremovers.com Metal Technology and the art of education


The £35m Northwood School in the London borough of Hillingdon specialises in the performing arts for its 1,080 pupils and the new building gives visual expression to this focus while embracing its general learning areas and sports complex. Rising to three storeys on a building footprint of 9,800 square metres, the school features Metal Technology System 17 HR capped curtain walling, in conjunction with System 5-20D doors, System 4-35 casement windows and System 23 louvres. The combination of these systems delivered a fluid design that linked each section of the school into an aesthetically coherent whole and contributed to the sustainability and security objectives of the design. All Metal Technology systems are designed to perform seamlessly together to achieve the desired look and performance standards. Used individually or together, they offer complete design flexibility for creative aesthetics with the assurance of superior performance, structurally, thermally, acoustically and in terms of safety and security. For more information, please contact Metal Technology by calling or visit their website.


028 9448 7777 www.metaltechnology.com New Lug from Metal Technology


Metal Technology has released a new lug that has been designed to work with short leg outer frames. The new lug design allows the fitting of high performance adhesive tapes, offering an optimal solution for the bonding of permanent, airtight or vapour barriers to


the surrounding substructure. The wide and diverse range of profiles provide full structural integrity with high levels of both weather performance and thermal enhancement. Metal Technology’s Thermal range utilises bespoke polyamide thermal break technology and enhanced thermal extrusions to deliver superior thermal performance.


028 9448 7777 www.metaltechnology.com Longworth Chooses SFS Fasteners


Longworth is working with SFS in the construction of two iconic towers in the heart of Birmingham, one clad in brass, the other silver. The partnership agreed on the supply and installation of an Alucoil Larson ACM FR – Brass Brushed panel with a fire-rated mineral


core. This drained and back-ventilated rainscreen cladding system for Tower 1 was fitted with an Nvelope bracket and rail system and powder-coated SLA3 frame fasteners, SLA 5 fasteners, as well as SX3 and SX5 A4 (grade 316) stainless steel fasteners from SFS.


0113 2085 500 www.sfsintec.co.uk


Hemsec Panel Technologies


From the company’s beginnings in 1928, manufac- turing ice cream and chill cabinets, Hemsec Panel Technologies have developed one of the most technologically advanced ranges of food safe, fire rated, structural, insulated composite panels for use in internal applications and external envelopes across multiple building sectors. HPT panels are


lightweight, offer exceptional thermal properties, high levels of sustainability and environmental performance together with reduced on-site installation times. HPT specialise in Clean Rooms, External Roofing & Cladding and Structural Insulated Panel (SIPs) builds.


www.hpt-panels.com


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ADF JANUARY 2018


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