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HEATING & RENEWABLE ENERGY; KITCHENS & APPLIANCES; ROOFING; SMOKE & FIRE PROTECTION 45 Schiedel launch the Opus ScanFire


Schiedel Chimney Systems, in collaboration with Firepower Ltd., have designed a new minimalist inset system featuring the Opus Tempo 70i stove within a highly insulating pumice-based frame and chimney. This one-stop solution for architects and designers allows a real fire to be specified for any new build, with the chimney and installa- tion design work already done. Delivered as a complete package, the Opus ScanFire is a timeless


design which creates an eye-catching focal point for any home interior. By combining integrated air supply in the chimney with a convection insert, heat is perfectly distributed in modern open plan spaces.


0191 4161150 www.schiedel.co.uk Lighten the load


A new eco-friendly board material is taking the global worktop industry by storm and Keller Kitchens is leading the way in bringing it to the UK. Forming the core material for Dekker’s high quality laminate worktops, Greenpanel is a revolu- tionary new material that is set to reduce


a kitchen’s carbon footprint and, literally, lighten the load for installers. Constructed from an innovative grid of waterproof HDF (high density fibreboard) strips, Greenpanel uses significantly fewer raw materials than traditional solid boards. Keller Kitchens is offering Greenpanel-based laminate worktops in all of Dekker’s TopLaminate and DecorTop colours.


www.kellerkitchens.com Batten End Clip makes dry verge fixing easier


Marley Eternit has launched an innovative Batten End Clip, designed to make it easier for roofers to install dry verges in accor- dance with the new British Standard. As well as introducing minimum performance criteria, the new British Standard states


that dry verge products can no longer be installed just with a nail fixing into the end grain of the batten. Instead, mechanical engagement must be on the faces of the batten. Marley Eternit’s new c-shaped clip is a quick and easy way of complying with BS 8612, providing a strong fix. The clip is designed to fit securely onto the end of the batten, with a robust metal plate for the dry verge to be fixed into, keeping the nail locked into place.


01283 722588 www.marleyeternit.co.uk/bs8612 New Aico 3000 series fire & co alarms


Aico, one of the UK’s market leaders in domestic mains powered Fire and Carbon Monoxide (CO) detection, has launched the new 3000 Series. This


technologically advanced series detects both Fire and CO and includes, for the very first time, a Multi-Sensor Heat & CO Alarm, providing whole property coverage from one Series. Unique to the 3000 Series, the Ei3028 Multi-Sensor Heat & CO Alarm has been much anticipated as a convenient, cost-effective, efficient solution to protecting residents from both Fire and CO. All alarms in the 3000 Series are backwards compatible with existing Aico products, including the ground-breaking Ei450 Alarm Controller and Ei414 Fire/CO Alarm Interface.


enquiries@aico.co.uk


Keder Roof XL Bigger, stronger and wider,


spanning up to 40m arched or domed structures


– the Layher Keder Roof XL is lightweight and easy to install with minimal bracing requirements.


The past, present and future of system scaffolding


Layher UK info@layher.co.uk www.layher.co.uk


Layher Ireland info@layher.ie


www.layher.ie FS 554413 Approved Training Provider Z-8.22.64 and Z-8-22-64.1 07 P VGS-L 10


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