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New SoundSecure Internal Doorset


Premdor’s SoundSecure Internal Doorset boasts Secured by Design approval and offers up to 40 different designs. SoundSecure apartment entrance doorsets comply with all performance and legislative requirements where security, fire and noise reduction performance are of


paramount importance. From glazed to non-glazed, Moulded Panel to Portfolio veneers, all doors are supplied with an FD30 fire rated core as standard; with the option to advance to FD60. SoundSecure doorsets offer practical reassurance while delivering a stylish aesthetic. Watch the installation video at youtu.be/TUTh3CUzNfs


0844 209 008 www.premdor.co.uk/internal-doorsets Profile 22 delivers glazing solution


Profile 22 Flush Tilt and Turn windows have been used in the construction of flats for University of Derby students. The vibrant, modern flats accommodate between four and six students and house 244 students in total. Given the nature of student accommodation, and the shape of the building’s aesthetics, the Flush Tilt and Turn Window from Profile 22 was the best choice


for optimum ventilation and maximisation of space. It has a sash that is neatly positioned inside the frame of the window to create an elegant and sleek ‘flush’ appearance that delivers the appearance of aluminium. The window is Secured by Design accredited.


www.profile22.co.uk TREMCO systems a hit for car park


The redevelopment of a famous record factory to the west of London has included the construction of a visually striking multi-storey car park, where two waterproofing and wearing course systems produced by tremco illbruck


have been used to complete a rapid build methodology. The history of the Old Vinyl Factory at Hayes, Middlesex, is vividly portrayed in the punched metal screens that clad the seven storey car park structure portraying screaming teenage fans at a Beatles concert in the sixties. TREMCO CP polyurethane system were specified to waterproof the roof deck, as well as TREMCO MMA for the internal floors.


www.tremco-illbruck.com Sto provide integrated product package


A carefully integrated package of building facade products provided by Sto has been used to create attractive new elevations for a building which has undergone extensive refurbishment. StoTherm Classic external wall insulation and a brick slip facade finish combination has been applied to the CityBlock


site in Reading, which provides premium student accommodation. StoTherm Classic external wall insulation was fixed to the walls with adhesive for fast and easy installation. The BBA-certified StoTherm Classic provides outstanding impact resistance of 60 joules, which is up to 10 times greater than similar cementitious systems.


01418 928000 www.sto.co.uk


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