34 BUILDING PRODUCTS & SERVICES; CEILINGS, WALLS & PARTITIONS JSP Springfit™ mask offers an unrivalled fit

JSP has launched the new Springfit™ fold flat disposable mask with a unique endoskeleton structure which guarantees each mask keeps its shape, increasing performance and maintaining rigidity. This integrated spring feature allows facial movement ensuring the mask offers a secure face fit and seal during speech or movement of the jaw. The new Springfit™ is extremely comfortable with adjustable straps so the mask can be fitted comfortably to all head sizes and shapes.

The foam area around the inside of the mask ensures the mask is comfortable to wear and the welded nose piece gives the mask a tighter fit ensuring a good face fit. Instarmac are proud to announce UltraTileFix

Instarmac are delighted to announce the launch of their new and improved tiling brand – UltraTileFix. UltraTileFix will merge the best and most popular qualities of their UltraTile and Granfix brands, to provide you with premium

products for all project types backed up with outstanding service and experience. UltraTileFix will continue to deliver the products and services you know and love but bigger and better than ever before. This first-class tiling range will have clear and strong branding, comprehensive product ranges and straightforward product selection – all supported by a high profile marketing campaign.

01827 254402 Make mine an EcoCrib

Tensar’s TensarTech EcoCrib reinforced soil system cut construction time and costs and maximised development space on Taylor Wimpey’s Poppy Grange housing development in Castleford, Yorkshire. More than 160 homes are being built as part of the regeneration of

Glasshoughton Colliery that also includes an indoor ski centre and a retail village. The 100 per cent recycled and recyclable EcoCrib units, plus Tensar’s uniaxial geogrid, enabled low quality, site-won mining waste to be used in the 76°, 220m long, 6.6m high wall. This reduced material costs and avoided construction delays over a very wet winter, which made handling the moisture-sensitive waste challenging.

01254 262431 SterlingOSB StrongFix from Norbord

The new SterlingOSB StrongFix panel has been designed to strengthen and provide secure anchorage areas in metal C-stud dry lining applications, for fixtures and fittings up to 400kg. Simple to fit, SterlingOSB StrongFix is precision engineered to fit metal C-stud walls with 600mm centres. A continuous recess down

one side allows quick installation and ensures a seamless finish, ready for hanging plasterboard without adding extra thickness to the stud wall. Additionally, it achieves excellent pull-out ratings and is capable of supporting heavyweights of up to 400kg with standard wood screws. For further information please contact Norbord.

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Mapei launches Dursilite Gloss

Mapei introduces Dursilite Gloss to the popular range of Dursilite water based paints for interiors. Dursilite Gloss is an internal enamel wall paint based on special acrylic and polyurethane resins and has a smooth, semi- gloss finish that enhances the brightness of colours. Dursilite Gloss allows you to create a high-end finish, is durable and resistant to yellowing and thanks to its polyurethane resin content, is highly resistant to staining and can cope with the most rigorous cleaning regimes and comes with a Class 1 wet scrub resistance, that conforms to EN ISO 11998. Dursilite Gloss bonds perfectly to all types of wall, plaster, skim coats and old paintwork that are sound and well-bonded; it also has good hiding power and is easy to apply. An elegant, high quality finish is achieved when using Dursilite Gloss in residential or commercial environments. Due to its hard wearing protection, excellent cleanability and low dirt pick up, Dursilite Gloss is recommended for use in areas that are used by the general public.

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