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PROJECT REPORT: SOCIAL & AFFORDABLE HOUSING; PROJECT REPORT: HERITAGE & CONSERVATION


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Door closer enhances high-rise fire safety


British designed and manufactured, Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers from Samuel Heath are gaining increasing popularity for use on fire doors in high-rise flats and apartments. The door closers carry the CE mark and have been independently tested and proved to meet the requirements for one hour and half-hour fire doors under BS EN 1634-1. Unlike other jamb-mounted devices, Powermatic door closers facilitate a door’s compliance with Approved Document M, neither do they have to be removed from the door to be adjusted.


Powermatic is ideal for restricted door reveals and, thanks to the fact that it is totally concealed when the door is closed, helps retain the aesthetics of interiors and create a less institutionalised, more homely feel. Concealment also reduces the risk of the door closer being damaged through vandalism, misuse or tampering, which could render a fire door useless. It also means less maintenance call-outs and continued fire safety.


0121 766 4200 www.samuel-heath.co.uk A change of scenery with Kingspan


Kingspan Kooltherm K108 Cavity Board has been installed on the first phase of houses constructed in the major redevelopment of The Poets in Swinton, helping the project to meet its thermal performance requirements with slim wall build-ups. To ensure the


homes are energy efficient, whilst still retaining the estate’s welcoming and familiar aesthetic, 75 mm Kingspan Kooltherm K108 Cavity Board was installed behind traditional red stock brickwork facades. The insulation board features a fibre-free phenolic core with an outstanding thermal conductivity of 0.018 W/m.K.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk Spacetherm WL improves apartment


Spacetherm WL (Wall Liner) has been selected to improve the energy efficiency of a Victorian built apartment in southwest London. A complete refurbishment of the apartment, SW15 has been undertaken by Ecoalex. Alex Woodcraft, Managing Director of Ecoalex: “The apartment spreads over


two floors and the front wall loses a large proportion of the heat. We chose to apply Spacetherm WL, from the A. Proctor Group, a high-performance laminate specifically designed to be adhered to the internal surfaces of existing solid walls without the need for mechanical fixings. At just 13mm thick, Spacetherm WL was ideal.”


01250 872261 www.proctorgroup.com Selectaglaze acknowledged for glazing


Founded in 1966, Royal Warrant Holder Selectaglaze is acknowledged as a leading UK specialist in secondary glazing. All units are bespoke and designed with careful consideration to meet the needs of the project. Applications range from; noise reduction, thermal insulation and environmental controls; to protection


systems for bomb blast, ballistic, physical attack and fire. Selectaglaze will be exhibiting at 100 per cent Design 2018 in Olympia, London at Stand D325 on the 19th at London Build on the 23rd


- 22nd - 24th


enquiries@selectaglaze.co.uk


September 2018. They will also be October in Olympia at stand G36.


Listed country house saved from dereliction A Category B listed country house near


Peebles, Scotland, has been brought back to life following many years of neglect.


As in most historic houses, the walls of


Hallyards do not have a damp course, which means that moisture rises up them and needs to evaporate away. At some stage lime plaster had been replaced with gypsum plaster but this had damaged walls by preventing them from breathing.


Owner Mike Gush chose Earthborn


Claypaint because it is highly breathable and works well with lime plaster.


Claypaint is a unique, clay based emulsion


that maximises the natural properties of clay to create a high performance, highly breathable paint that covers exceptionally well and gives a distinctive, ultra matt finish.


It is virtually VOC free and does not give off any toxic emissions so it is safer for the health of building occupants and the


environment. Its eco credentials include the stringent EU Ecolabel.


Claypaint is available in Earthborn’s


signature palette of 72 shades. Bespoke colours can be developed through the nationwide network of Earthborn stockists.


01928 734 171 info@earthbornpaints.co.uk www.earthbornpaints.co.uk


Making it easy to adapt


A new briefing paper from the House of Commons is highlighting increased funding that should lead to almost a doubling of home adaptations under Disabled Facilities Grants. Closomat, a leading provider of disabled toilet solutions has a unique package in its sector. No other shower (wash & dry) toilet manufacturer has the capability to offer,


and deliver, such a full service. Closomat can offer design advice, supply and install a raft of supplementary bathroom equipment, including ceiling track hoists, toilet lifters, height adjustable washbasins, shower seats, and even adult-sized changing benches.


0161 969 1199 www.clos-o-mat.com


ADF SEPTEMBER 2018


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