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54 RCI SHOW PREVIEW; PLANNING & DESIGN


Safe Access for the new Albukhary Foundation Gallery of the Islamic World


the Albukhary Foundation Gallery of the Islamic World. The new, permanent, exhibition space is a


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result of the renovation of two beautiful Victorian galleries located in the ‘White Wing’ area of the Museum. The roof of the White Wing was originally


laid in lead but was later replaced with copper in the 1960s. As part of the refurbishment of the two galleries it was decided to return the roof to its original lead design. The roof timbers and boarding were overhauled, and forty-five tonnes of new lead added. Ladder access was required to the roof


void area to allow for routine maintenance activities. Bilco UK’s SS-50TB Ladder Access Roof Hatches were specified by the architects, HoK. The SS-50TB Roof Hatches were made to


order as they were required in a larger non-standard size, 1215mm x 915mm, than the standard stock sizes. The hatches were also manufactured with a PPC finish to blend in with the new roof. The SS-50TB is engineered with compression spring operators to provide smooth, easy, one-hand operation, regardless of the size of the hatch. An automatic hold-open arm locks the cover in the open


ilco UK supplied twenty one special size Ladder Access Roof Hatches to the British Museum’s newest gallery,


position to ensure safe egress and a grip handle allows for easy, one-hand release and closing. This one-hand operation of the SS-50TB, to a fully open or closed position, enables the ladder user to maintain three points of contact at all times. The Ladder Access Roof Hatches are fitted


with a closed-cell EPDM sponge gasket, as standard, to help ensure weather tightness, energy efficiency and to meet Building Regulation Air Leakage targets. The specially designed gasket provides a better seal of the cover to the curb. This ensures the hatches have a Class 1 rating under BS EN 12207:200 and meet the requirements of Part L of the Building Regulations. A thermally broken cover and frame design


provide superior thermal performance. The design of hinges and other features ensures that the hatches are resistant to the effects of ageing and weather in exposed locations.


01284 701696 www.bilcouk.co.uk RCI SHOW STAND NO I7 Sundolitt showcased at the RCI Show


Sundolitt will be focusing on the advantages and benefits of EPS and XPS insulation across a wide range of applications on stand H7 at the RCI Show in March. Part of the Norwegian-based Sunde Group, Sundolitt products play a crucial role in construction and civil engineering applications, supplying


insulation from its four sites to site anywhere in the UK. Sundolitt look forward to meeting you on Stand H7 where their sales and technical team will be on hand throughout show to discuss your next project and insulation requirements.


01786 471586 www.sundolitt.co.uk RCI SHOW STAND NO H7 Consort Claudgen launches BIM library


Consort Claudgen has launched their first BIM objects which include panel heaters, fan heaters, recessed ceiling heaters and air curtains. Architects and specifiers can now access the BIM models for their BIM projects from Consort Claudgen’s


website or the NBS National BIM Library. The objects are authored and developed to the trusted NBS BIM Objects Standard and are free to download in both Revit and IFC format. The BIM objects featured in the NBS National BIM Library also includes technical details such as dimensions, ratings, insulation standard classes and electrical specifications to aid architects and specifiers in their design process.


01646 692172 www.consortepl.com/bim-modelling RCI SHOW STAND NO K9


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