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Appointments & news; Housing 2018 show preview BLM British Lead technical support


BLM British Lead is pleased to announce the launch of its own in-house technical support service with David Pounds joining the company as Technical Advisor. David comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry, having spent 13 years as Technical Advisor at the Lead Sheet Association. The service aims to fulfil the requirements of architects, specifiers, surveyors, contractors and property owners working at design, construction or post installation stages.


For more information on the level of support you require, please contact BLM’s technical team.


0330 333 3535 technical@britishlead.co.uk Apprenticeships boost from partnership


A new Modern Apprenticeship programme has been created at Norbord, Inverness, to develop skills that are focused on the technical and manufacturing aspects of the process at the mill. The new Technical Manufacturing (TM) Modern Apprenticeship is an 18-24 month programme consisting of a combination of theoretical learning and practical hands-on experience within the production process, and results in an SVQ2 qualification. Emma Eadie, HR Assistant, said: “We have always supported Modern Apprenticeships and take on two apprentices every two years to be trained in either mechanical or electrical engineering to help support our maintenance teams.”


www.norbord.co.uk Airtech showcases at CIH Events


Airtech, the mould and condensation control specialist, will be exhibiting at two Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) events during May 2018. “We are delighted to be attending the CIH events where visitors will be able to hear about the services we offer to combat condensation and mould and improve indoor air quality. It just takes three simple steps to eradicate mould and prevent it returning, helping ensure a healthy environment for residents. With over 30 years’ experience our expert team can offer a range of services to help social housing landlords with their housing stock,” said Jeremy Cleeter, Sales Director at Airtech.


01823 690 292 www.airtechenvironmental.co.uk Fibo to exhibit high-performance panels Stelrad shows why it’s Europe’s favourite


Stelrad Radiators, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of radiators will once again be attending CIH this year – the annual showcase of the Chartered Institute of Housing. This year’s event is taking place at Manchester Central between 26-28 June 2018. Stelrad will have its full range of radiator options on display on its stand from its best-selling Compact range, its designer and decorative options, its specialist LST – low surface temperature range and its special application series including its Compact XP rust resistant radiators for use in rooms with high humidity. For more information, visit Stelrad on stand G50 and talk to the knowledgeable Stelrad team.


0844 543 6200 www.stelrad.com HOUSING 2018 STAND G50


FiboUK will be showcasing its innovative range of bathroom and kitchen wall panels at Housing 2018 at Manchester Central 26-28 June. With a unique 15-year guarantee, Fibo’s wall panels are a real alternative to ceramic tiling for social housing, retirement homes and sheltered accommodation. The panels can be fitted directly onto walls, stud partitioning or over existing tiles. Fibo’s patented Aqualock tongue-and-groove system means the panels simply click into place, making them quick and easy to install - up to five times faster than traditional tiles - so contractors don’t need to sub-contract the job to tilers, saving further time and money. Specific installation skills aren’t needed as the panels are fixed with screws and then finished with sealant between the joins. There’s also a wide range of colours and finishes so both local authorities and residents get the choice they want with peace of mind. And no grouting means there’s nowhere for mould or dirt to get a foothold, so the panels are easy to keep clean and fresh - a quick wipe down will do. Join us on stand B22 to find out how your next housing project can benefit from Fibo’s wall panels.


01494 771242 www.fibo.co.uk HOUSING 2018 STAND B22


www.housingmmonline.co.uk | HMM May 2018 | 27 Third Queen’s Award for Ancon


Ancon has won a 2018 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category, for the successful introduction and on-going development of its advanced composite, low thermal conductivity, Teplo wall tie range. This is the third time that Ancon has been honoured in this prestigious award scheme. Teplo wall ties are manufactured from continuous basalt fibres set in a resin matrix; a fibre-reinforced polymer that is 70 times more thermally efficient than steel. When used to join the two leaves of a cavity wall, this material virtually eliminates cold bridging across the insulated cavity.


0114 238 1219 www.ancon.co.uk Consort Claudgen launches brochure


Consort Claudgen’s new Heat brochure is now available in print and online.


The full-colour, 48-page product directory provides information and comprehensive explanation of various heating systems including the SL and RX Wireless Control Heating System, Electronic seven-day Timer models and receiver units which can be retrofitted to existing compatible heaters, allowing the heaters to be wirelessly controlled by either an RX or SL wireless controller.


Download a copy from Consort Claudgen’s website or request by calling. 01646 692172 www.consortepl.com


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