Exteriors Freefoam launch new vinyl flooring
Freefoam Building Products are delighted to announce the launch of a Luxury Vinyl Composite Flooring system, KlicKer Flooring. The newest generation of high quality resilient luxury vinyl flooring manufactured with three layers to create a solid long lasting 5.85mm board resistant to abrasion and impact. With a base layer of 1.5mm pre- attached IXPE underlay, a middle layer of rigid 3.8mm Bamboo PVC Composite and top layer of protected vinyl KlicKer flooring is a product designed to withstand the rigors of today’s homes and commercial properties. Designed with installers in mind KlicKer flooring is quick, easy and straightforward to fit. Expertly engineered with a Valinge style fitting system to click and lock both short and long sides of boards or tiles - meaning no glue is required. Incredibly flexible for refurbishment purposes, flooring can be fitted over existing concrete, ceramic or wood floor- ing. Suitable for use in a wide variety of situations KlicKer flooring comes with stability built in. Incorporating a top vinyl layer to give an extremely stable product with high resistance to drop loads, static loads, temperature fluctua- tion and guaranteed to be 100 per cent waterproof. Available in a choice of 610mm x 305mm tiles or 1200mm x 181mm planks KlicKer flooring comes in a wide variety of finishes including Onyx, Slate, Concrete and Wood effect.
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m Flush Tilt and Turn windows solution
Profile 22 Flush Tilt and Turn windows were chosen for new residential and retail blocks and a community facility hub in Kirkholt, Rochdale. The project’s architects had specified the Flush Tilt and Turn Window for the project because of its ability to
deliver aluminium aesthetics but with a better price and performance. The Flush Tilt and Turn Window has a sash that is neatly positioned inside the frame of the window to create an elegant and sleek ‘flush’ appearance. It has a maximum opening size of 1450 x 2300mm and offers exceptional performance because it has an air permeability value of 600Pa, a water tightness value of 600 Pa and a wind resistance value of 2400Pa.
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.
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.
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