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Ecobuild show preview; Accessibility Ancon to launch products at Ecobuild


Double winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and holder of a string of innovation and product development accolades, Ancon will be launching its latest fixing innovations at Ecobuild on stand number C62. Ancon’s stand will focus on structural fixings that are opening-up new possibilities in zero and ultra-low energy construction by minimising thermal bridging, including its insulated balcony connectors and ultra-low thermal conductivity cavity wall ties. It will also showcase a brick-faced support system that allows designers to achieve exciting masonry facade aesthetics, quickly and easily on site.


ECOBUILD STAND C62 0114 275 5224 www.ancon.co.uk Accessible guidance


With the growing need to make homes adaptable so occupiers can remain independent, and in their own homes, new guidance is aiming to help get it right. ‘Design Guidance & Considerations for a Domestic Accessible Toilet’ has been produced and published by Closomat. The white paper gives advice to ensure that the key aspects affecting the functionality and practicality of a bathroom/wetroom and toilet, as occupier needs change, are considered. It even addresses the details as far as both new build and retrospective adaptation, in terms of legislation and ‘best practice’. The white paper can be downloaded free of charge on the downloads section of Closomat’s website.


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


ECOBUILD STAND C41 www.housingmmonline.co.uk | HMM January 2018 | 33


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