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66 GROUNDWORKS & DRAINAGE; STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


unwanted downtime and associated maintenance costs. While both products are equally efficient at discharging waste, it is personal preference as to which system is chosen.


For industrial applications, choose models that provide even greater performance that come supplied with a smart monitoring system complete with remote alarm unit.


Other necessary requirements of your chosen solution include meeting the relevant British Standard when installed or have a CE mark. If installed pre-1983, this requirement does not need to be met. Your chosen solution must have sufficient capacity, be installed in line with the manufacturer’s specifications and be maintained at least once a year or in line with the manufacturer’s specifications. In addition, the sewage release must be below the ‘mean low water spring mark if in a tidal area. In all cases, your chosen solution must be repaired or replaced by a competent person if not in good working order.


Ann Boardman is head of marketing and product management for Saniflo UK


The world’s most advanced collated screw system just got even better!


Simpson Strong-Tie’s Quik Drive auto-feed system is a significantly faster way to install screws. With a multitude of modular fittings and screws for a huge range of purposes, there is a Quik Drive kit to suit just about every application - from drywall installation to mezzanine floor construction. A perfect alternative to traditional nailing and screwing. The ergonomic design allows the installation of screws into walls, floors and ceilings without the need for bending, stretching or crouching. Which means not only can the system operate for several hours at a time – so can you. The Quik Drive system fits onto all leading dry wall drivers with just a click. The patented screw strips are designed to avoid jamming, and unlike many collated screw strips, a partially used one can be saved for reuse later – so it’s cost effective too. Sales Manager, Phil Chambers, explains: “The Quik Drive system has been on my radar for some time, it’s not just fast, it’s really (really) simple to use.” In addition to Phil conducting Quik Drive demonstrations throughout the UK, an all-new catalogue now features additional Quik Drive equipment and collated screws.


01827 255600 www.strongtie.co.uk Aquarian Cladding provides perfect solution for Southampton city centre project


When main contractor Galliford Try needed the perfect cladding solution for a new landmark development in Southampton, they knew exactly who to turn to for help – Aquarian Cladding Systems. The external cladding supplier’s Gebrik brick cladding system was the perfect choice for Vincent’s Walk, an impressive development in the heart of the city by Victoria Hall Management. Standing between 8-11 storeys high, it provides accommodation for more than 280 students and includes a cinema room, gym and roof terrace, plus retail space on the ground floor. Chosen for its exemplary aesthetics, reliability and time savings, Gebrik was also vital in overcoming one of the project’s main challenges. As a select company from Aquarian’s Approved Installer Network, cladding specialist T&T Facades made use of more than 4,000m2


Aquarian’s expert team worked closely to support the project through design and installation, with attention given particularly to the two separate build-ups, which included a 15mm drained cavity with timber battens and a larger cavity using helping hand brackets to achieve deep window reveals.


0808 223 9080 www.aquariancladding.co.uk


of the Gebrik system.


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