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STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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New weatherproof waterbar addresses key challenge for ICF installers


be protected from rain prior to the concrete pour. It addresses a key challenge in below ground basement construction for installers of quality ICF systems and pre-cast concrete twin wall systems, who need to form a good watertight seal between the ICF blocks or the twin wall panels and the basement slab. Traditional hydrophilic waterstops have


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been around for many years and can be used successfully in most applications. However when the blocks forming the structure are not in-filled with concrete for some time, and the waterstop is exposed to rain within the open blocks, this will cause it to start swelling prematurely and result in subsequent underperformance in a very critical location. Attempting to remedy this by the removal of the waterstop is usually impossible due to its location inside the ICF blocks or twin


riton has introduced Cemflex VB Steel Waterbar, a fully weatherproof BBA certified waterbar that doesn’t need to


wall panels. BBA certified Cemflex VB Steel Waterbar


is a galvanised steel plate encapsulated in a special patented coating that reacts only with the water within the concrete to provide a watertight joint. It’s designed for use in all non-movement construction joints in reinforced concrete – and is especially suited to ICF or twin wall installations. Quick and easy to install with no sticky


tape to remove prior to use, it can be installed before the concrete is poured by positioning to steelwork, or directly into the fresh concrete after pouring. Cemflex VB Steel Waterbar is 1.25mm thick and supplied in two metre lengths in a choice of 100mm or 150mm widths. Find out more by visiting Triton’s website or speak to your local Triton technical manager.


01322 318830 www.tritonsystems.co.uk


LAMILUX part of landmark development


Kimpton Fitzroy London, located in Bloomsbury, is the first UK property for the luxury, boutique Kimpton hotel brand. LAMILUX was contracted to design, supply and install the 3.5 metre wide by 14 metre long PR60 mono-pitch rooflight to complement the hotels Winter Garden providing the ideal area for guests to relax and take in the beautiful surroundings. The glazing division of the rooflight


was carefully designed to perfectly align with the faux beams, concealing the mullions and providing maximum daylight. Each of the nine glass panels are an impressive 5m² and weigh a substantial 214kg.


mail@lamilux.co.uk www.lamilux.com A view to thrill


When housebuilders Ryce Ltd were looking for a high-quality glazing solution for Salisbury View, East Edinburgh, REHAU’s Tritec profile was its trusted choice for large span windows and a modern finish to connect the building with the surrounding


natural beauty. REHAU recommended its Tritec system for the Salisbury View scheme with a grey foil finish. The 60mm profile would deliver slimmer sightlines and depth for a modern aesthetic, while REHAU’s bestselling Anthracite Grey laminate would transform the white PVC-U into an edgy, aluminium-inspired glazing solution.


01989 762600 www.rehau.uk/windows


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