RENOLIT extends offer with four muted greys R
ENOLIT Cramlington Ltd offers 19 RENOLIT ALKOREN Suedette Matt colours with the addition of
four new distinctly different greys to their stock range of 3D thermoformable films. • Clay Grey Suedette Matt • Onyx Grey Suedette Matt • Pearl Grey Suedette Matt • White Grey Suedette Matt Within the grey colour zone the
four new colours include both light and dark shades to complement the existing range of commercially attractive colours combined with a desirable high performing superior matt surface finish. All 19 Suedette Matt
colours have matching Egger MFC boards.
RENOLIT ALKOREN Clay Grey Suedette Matt
Clay Grey Suedette Matt creates a sophisti- cated muted tone which works well with White Craft Oak 1. MFC Co-ordination: EGGER U201 ST9 Pebble Grey.
RENOLIT ALKOREN Onyx Grey Suedette Matt
Onyx Grey Suedette Matt is a versatile colour which creates a sultry atmosphere with its darker character. Add rich tones with Dried Date Suedette Matt, add urban chic with Chicago Concrete 1 or add a modern design element and depth with Fleetwood Lava. MFC Co-ordination: EGGER U960 ST9 Onyx Grey.
RENOLIT ALKOREN Pearl Grey Suedette Matt
Pearl Grey Suedette Matt is a modern light grey. For a trendy fresh look combine with Peak Yellow Supermatt or mix with Silver Liberty Elm 19 to add an imaginative
style statement. MFC Co-ordination: EGGER U763 ST9 Pearl Grey.
RENOLIT ALKOREN White Grey Suedette Matt White Grey Suedette Matt is a light only just grey. To create a fresh and bright interior mix with Fern, and combine with the latest EIR (emboss in register) designs such as ENDgrain Delight or ENDgrain White. MFC Co-ordination: EGGER U775 ST9 White Grey.
01670 718222 www.renolit.com/design
Offsite solutions expands range
Offsite Solutions, one of the UK’s leading bathroom pod manufacturer, has expanded its range of GRP composite pods with the devel- opment of a hybrid design to offer an enhanced level of finish for higher specifica- tion student accommodation, hotels, and
apartments for market sale or build-to-rent. GRP pods can now be fabricated to incorporate ceramic tiles with options for completely tiled walls, inset feature walls or bands of tiles. These hybrid bathroom pods allow even more aesthetic flexibility for GRP units – with all the time and quality benefits of offsite construction.
01278 780807 www.offsitesolutions.com/GRP-hybrids
Polyflor launches Polysafe Quattro PUR
Polyflor, has just announced the launch of their new Polysafe Quattro collection. This innovative safety flooring range offers barefoot and shod sustainable wet slip resistance with a stud-free finish for enhanced comfort underfoot. Polysafe Quattro has been specifically designed to provide a high degree of slip resistance in continually wet
areas within the healthcare, residential care, housing and leisure sectors. Polysafe Quattro is available in a carefully developed colour palette of 12 shades, that will complement any interior design scheme in a commercial or residential setting.
0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com
New Conglomerate tile flooring at Gatwick Airport is plane sailing A major project to lay around 7500m2
of new conglomerate flooring and screeding at Gatwick North Terminal
has been completed by National Federation of Terrazzo, Marble and Mosaic Specialists (NFTMMS) members DMC Contracts and In Opera Group. According to Federation spokesperson Brian James, this is a perfect example of NFTMMS members successfully completing a project in a high profile, high footfall area. To ensure both the quality of the installation and that testing was undertaken at all stages, DMC Contracts introduced Inspection and Test Plans which were administered for each bay of work that was completed. The tile chosen for the flooring by the client, Gatwick Airports Ltd, was manufactured by fellow NFTMMS member, In Opera Group, and has been used at Gatwick for more than 15 years. The installation processes involved screeding, incorporating movement joints, applying adhesive and laying the tiles. Throughout the installation the floor was thoroughly checked to ensure that there were no sudden irregularities, undulations, steps, ridges, bumps, ripples, rocking or lipping. The main contractor for the project was Balfour Beatty.
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