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74 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


CIRCULAR A new-build home in Cambridge with a circular roof made of Cupa R12 Excellence natural slate in a variety of sizes


inch x 15 inch and then 24 inch x 12 inch, the project was finished using 20 inch x 10 inch, which were cut down in width at the top to create a distinctive yet beautiful design. Although slate is often associated with heritage projects, its versatility is increasingly seeing it contribute to more


contemporary aesthetics more and more. The product can also be used as a rainscreen cladding system, to great effect, due to its naturally waterproof properties, lightweight design and aesthetic appeal. For example Split House, a private new build residence on the Sussex coastline boasts a beautiful facade on its second storey to resemble something similar to a sundial. Due to the angles of the build and the slates’ almost reflective surface, the sun could be expressed across the building with the cladding catching the light at certain angles, which created astonishing results in relation to colour movement throughout the day. Although slate has a long and established history as a building material, its design possibilities and environmental credentials enable it to be a modern choice for a wide range of projects. Extremely versatile, the use of slate is already evolving to meet changing design requirements and with research continuing to uncover new ays for this material to be used its place across the architectural spectrum seems to remain cemented.


Allan Liddell is specification sales manager at Cupa Pizarras


New Stuart Turner range of pressurisation units coming soon


Pump manufacturer Stuart Turner are introducing a new range of next generation digital pressurisation units to their portfolio, seeing them move into the heating market too! The Stuart Digital Pressurisation Units, which will be available later this year, offer all the reliability and engineering excellence associated with established Stuart Turner shower boosting pumps, with interest already growing from key focus groups. The next generation units offer an automatic filling and pressure maintenance solutions for sealed heating and chiller systems. They are capable of filling a system from empty and then maintaining the fill pressure in sealed systems. They are available in a range of sizes and with one (duty) or two (duty standby) premium quality Stuart Turner continuously rated brass pumps and utilise advanced digital controls with a unique microprocessor and pressure transducer designed to provide self-diagnostics and an intuitive easy to use menu. Stuart Digital Pressurisation Units are compact in size and exceptionally easy to install and commission, with left or right hand side inlet and outlet connections and the option to be either floor or wall mounted.


01491 572655 www.stuart-turner.co.uk Still at its best, Johnson & Starley Warm Air Heating


Johnson & Starley'sWarmCair condensing warm air heating range is suitable for a wide range of applications including private residential and social housing as well as smaller commercial applications such as schools, sports facilities, nursing homes and community centres. With rapid warm up times and low noise levels, models are suitable for new builds and the direct replacement of existing warm air systems. Designed for simple and quick installation, the WarmCair warm air heating system offers many space saving and room layout advantages over wet heating systems. There is a choice of upflow or downflow models available with or without hot water and incorporating a stainless steel heat exchanger and other first class component to ensure long life and low maintenance costs. Compliant with Building Regulations Part L, WarmCair heaters produce up to 36kW heat output and are up to 98 per cent thermally efficient. Savings in gas consumption can be as much as 28 per cent. An optional ‘Cleanflow’ electronic air filtration system provides the added benefit of filtered air with the ability to filter 95 per cent of airborne pollutants as small as one micron including pollen, dust and cigarette smoke.


01604 762881 www.johnsonandstarley.co.uk


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