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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS Schueco’s new panoramic sliding door


One of the leading sustainable building envelope specialist Schueco UK has just launched a new version of its highly successful ASS 77 PD panoramic door system. Designated the Schueco ASE 67 PD, the new door provides the same minimal sightlines with an outer frame that remains concealed in the building structure, resulting in a huge panoramic area of clear glass. It offers a number of additional benefits. The door can now be configured in a variety of opening combinations utilising


two, three or four leaves, each up to 3.2 metres wide and 3.5 metres high. The Schueco ASE 67 PD door is available in two options with different outer frames. For more information contact Schueco.


01908 282111 www.schueco.co.uk Specialist service eases building process


Builders and homeowners looking to include a conservatory as part of a project can now take advantage of a new consultancy service launched by a structural engineering practice. Rhodes & Partners have introduced the service, which eases the process of conservatory construction by allowing customers to access the considerable expertise which the practice has in this area. Rhodes & Partners’ Technical Director, Peter Graham explains: “Our new service will help builders and


homeowners overcome those challenges by examining such areas as the suitability of the framing members and overall design from a structural point of view”.


0161 427 8388 www.rhodesandpartners.co.uk Designer selects steel entrance screen


Architects – and TV shows! – talk about using large scale glazing "to let the outside connect with the inside" of a property, but one design professional has specified a high-performance, triple glazed composite screen from a member of the Steel Window Association to ensure the heat inside does not escape to the outside. And similarly, the stylish assembly was chosen to keep extraneous noise out of her beautifully refurbished and extended North London home. The screen, which comprised five


separate elements, was produced using W40 sections with the proportions being optimised in terms of appearance and the physical limits imposed by incorporating triple glazing.


www.steel-window-association.co.uk New design edition lift-and-slide door


Schueco UK, has just introduced the ASS 70.HI DE, a new, even more versatile version of the top-of-the-range, lift-and-slide door that Schueco originally introduced into the UK in 2010. This new Schueco system retains the basic profile depth of 70mm but offers an ultra-slimline configuration with central meeting stiles that measure just 48mm. The result is that the fully glazed doors deliver the clearest possible views with minimal visual interruptions, while still maintaining the maximum door height of


3m. Other improvements include vent weights of up to 300kg with a maximum glass thickness of 48mm. A new, easy-access threshold of just 25mm means that the danger of tripping is all but eliminated.


01908 282111 www.schueco.co.uk


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