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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE; INSULATION; HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


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Crittall windows help keep youngsters safe


A state-of-the-art residential unit for vulnerable children and adolescents features Crittall’s Fendor CleanVent security windows. The unit, at Prestwich, is a Mental Health Services facility for young people with significant mental health needs and who may pose a high risk to themselves and


others. For this reason, windows in rooms to which patients have access must have an anti-ligature feature. The aluminium CleanVent windows specified complement this modern, non-institutional feel while satisfying the anti-ligature requirements, meeting the security level of the building as well as providing natural ventilation.


01914 170170 www.crittall-fendor.co.uk


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www.subscribepage.com/adf Mitsubishi Electric scoops up prestigious design award


Mitsubishi Electric is delighted to announce that it has won a prestigious Red Dot Award for product design for its M Series MSZ-AP range of wall mounted room air conditioning systems. The internationally recognised award celebrates products that have achieved the highest levels of design quality. The MSZ-AP range is a mid-range wall mounted air conditioning system that blends energy efficiency with a modern design. Its benefits include state-of-the-art Wi-Fi control utilising the company’s simple to use MELCloud app, evenly distributed airflow and a weekly timer for more controlled scheduling. The Red Dot Award is judged by an international jury of nearly 40 experts, who said that the MSZ-AP units are, “highly user-oriented and well thought out to the detail in both form and implementation.” These mid-range, compact units are highly energy efficient, utilising Mitsubishi Electric’s low GWP R32 refrigerant. With its modern design, industry leading low noise levels as low as 19dB(A) and an ERP rating of A+++, the MSZ-AP will bring a level of sophistication to any commercial environment. The range is available in five sizes from 1.5 to 5kW.


01707 278666 library.mitsubishielectric.co.uk/pdf/book/MSZ-AP_Product_Information_Sheet_2018 STO system provides the perfect finish Courtesy French+Tye


A project in London has highlighted the creative possibilities offered by the Sto range of external wall insulation systems. Sto supplied an integrated package of products for the project. “We specified the Sto system for a number of reasons,” explains Hugh McEwen of the project architects, Office


S&M. “We were looking for a high-quality system that would provide a U-Value of 0.13 W/m2


but which would also allow us to create a dramatic exterior finish for the property. The Sto system was robust and durable, and it also offered us an enormous range of colours and finishes to choose from.”


01418 928000 www.sto.co.uk Kingspan OPTIM-R makes the grade


A Grade B listed primary school in Glasgow has three rooms refurbished to offer optimum thermal performance to achieve the most cost-effective solution with the slimmest build-up, with the help of the Kingspan OPTIM-R Flooring System.


85.29m2 of the Kingspan OPTIM-R Flooring System was specified to


help them achieve outstanding thermal performance. The system comprises vacuum insulation panels (VIPs) with a microporous core which are evacuated, encased and sealed in a thin, gas-tight envelope and have excellent thermal performance.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk/optim-r


For that challenging high profile project where you need to make a real impact and lasting impression, Radiator Renovator can help you retain the site’s original history and character by preserving the original radiators. Alternatively, we can supply you with a superb selection of original ornate cast iron radiators. We have available the largest stock of ornate vintage radiators sourced from North America, the UK and Europe. For an informal chat about the service(s) we can offer you and your client call Andrew on 07908 971657.


07908 971657 workshop@radiatorrenovator.co.uk www.castironradiatorrenovation.co.uk


K and the required level of thermal insulation, CAST IRON RADIATOR SPECIALISTS


Radiator Renovator has a proven track record in working alongside architects and building professional of various disciplines in order to supply and renovate all types of cast iron radiators. We aim to give you a sincere and trustworthy service based on you and your customer’s requirements. We have worked on high profile, prestigious restoration and new build programmes across various sites ranging from important national heritage buildings through to universities and schools and private and commercial conference facilities.


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