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68 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Berkeley Group selects Deceuninck’s Tilt & Turn for Imperial College


Deceuninck’s 2500 Tilt and Turn window was recently installed in the university’s flagship student accommodation. Working with the Berkeley Group,


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Deceuninck fabricator, Dempsey Dyer installed 1,100 frames in the Woodward Buildings complex for Imperial College London. This was a technically demanding project


and the client had complex requirements for aesthetics, weather performance, acoustics, safety and durability. Dempsey Dyer met all the criteria with Deceuninck’s high performance 2500 Tilt and Turn window, meeting the original specification for aluminium with the same performance and aesthetics, while saving 30 per cent on the overall cost of windows. The windows were installed in high-rise


buildings, so they needed to be strong enough to withstand elevated wind and water


indow systems company Deceuninck has been specified at Imperial College London.


pressure. The 2500 Tilt and Turn comfortably met these demands with Class 4 Air permeability; Class 8A Water tightness and Class A5 2000Pa exposure. The windows also achieved low U-Values of 1.5 and G-Values of 0.27 to prevent overheating in the building. Acoustic performance was an important consideration, with the lower floors and elevations facing main roads demanding higher acoustic values. Deceuninck’s technical team worked closely with Dempsey Dyer to develop windows with seven different levels of acoustics, ranging from RW34db to RW43db. Safety and durability were also key concerns to the developer. Deceuninck’s Tilt and Turn window is ideal for high-rise and student developments because it can be locked in the tilt mode for added safety and unlocked by maintenance teams when cleaning is required. The windows were finished in Iron Grey Decoroc on all four sides of the profile to match the appearance


New view for stylish London hotel


Located at the heart of London and on the doorstep of landmarks Kings Cross and St. Pancras, is The California Hotel. This city hotel plays hosts to folk from around the world, all looking out onto the streets of London through traditional looking box sash windows. Now, this iconic and rather special hotel has been transformed using REHAU’s stylish Vertical Sliding window profile, combining today’s modern conveniences with the elegance of yesterday’s grand accommodations. Heritage Rose vertical sliders – manufactured using REHAU Heritage profiles by specialist fabricator Roseview Windows – are a prestigious and market-leading sash window that oozes period charm and character. The Heritage Rose has been engineered to ensure the highest levels of security and scores high for its acoustic and energy efficiency credentials. It incorporates an exclusive stylish run-through sash horn designed to replicate the fine details you would find on a timber sash window. The run-through sash horn was developed by the R&D team at Roseview and lends perfectly to the requirements of The California Hotel’s renovation.


01989 762600 www.rehau.uk Extra security with Garador’s SBD garage doors


Winter’s coming, so it’s reassuring to know your possessions are safe and secure in the garage when it is cold and dark outside. One of Britain’s leading garage door manufacturer Garador is passionate about security and has developed a Secured by Design accredited range of Up & Over garage doors, called the Guardian Range. Secured by Design (SBD) is a security standard set by the UK Police Flagship initiative. One of the weakest points on a garage door is the locking system. Garador has specifically addressed this by introducing special reinforced steel plates for lock body protection. The cylinder features an anti-snap, anti-drill design plus a sacrificial front, preventing entry even after an attack. Eight full door braces increase structural rigidity of the door panel. The Guardian range is available in a choice of vibrant colours, gearing options (canopy and retractable) and door sizes including standard and purpose made.


For more information, call Garador sales team or visit the website. 01935 443709 www.garador.co.uk


of aluminium. Decoroc is an extremely durable, low maintenance colour finish that can be easily repaired if damaged, so it’s a popular choice in high-rise developments. Deceuninck’s Decoroc colour finishing system is micro-sprayed for a highly durable, easy-clean matt finish and comes with a 10-year guarantee. Due to the success of this project, Berkeley


Group has awarded Dempsey Dyer more contracts with Deceuninck products.


01249 816 969 www.deceuninck.co.uk


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