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48 APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


New Country Manager joins Hydro Building Systems


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s part of Hydro’s continuing growth within the UK, Olivier Vincent joins the company as Country Manager.


Bringing with him over twenty years of experience within the fenestration industry, Olivier will be responsible for developing the market as well as driving sales and technical organisation.


Specialising in finance, operations and sales, Olivier brings with him extensive knowledge of Building Systems operations, having previously worked across the Hydro Group as General Manager for Technal France and Chief Operations Officer for Sapa France. Most recently, Olivier has been successfully managing the Technal Export business and specialised Industry applications under the French Askey brand.


Commenting on his new role, Olivier said: “I am looking forward to working with the


UK business to drive our strategic ambitions. This is a challenging time for the business with Brexit imminent, but we are also experiencing exciting innovations within the business, such as our post-consumer scrap initiative.”


Hydro Group is a world leader in aluminium solutions that encompasses the brands Sapa, Technal and WICONA. Through its globally renowned Sapa Technology Hubs, the group is shaping a sustainable future, with innovative products that satisfy and surpass customer expectations, in line with demands of CSR and increasing environmental regulations. For more information on Hydro Building Systems, please visit the company’s website.


01773 549300 www.hydroextrusions.com


TECTUS®


GLASS- Winner at Architectural


Ironmongery Specification Awards S


IMONSWERK UK are pleased to announce that the new TECTUS Glass has been awarded ‘Best new


product design and innovation 2019’ at the Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards.


TECTUS Glass - Flush glass doors in the limelight The New TECTUS Glass provides aesthetic and functional solution for the minimal, flush-fitting installation of glass doors. The completely concealed hinge system creates a flush door structure for interior rooms. The


design of the hardware solution is elegant and minimalistic. TECTUS TEG 310 2D makes sure that the door leaf lies in the same plane as the hinge and the frame. The hinge system carries load capacities up to 80 kg. The overall installation is extremely easy as no glass preparation is required. The concealed hinge system gives the


glass door unprecedented transparency and lightness, for contemporary interior design concepts. The patented hinge technology is barely visible and provides a reliable and durable function due to the stable hinge properties. The hinge technology is suitable for 8 and 10 mm glass doors in interior constructions for high-quality residential and heavy-duty projects with timber, steel and aluminium frames.


Comprehensive hardware solution for glass doors The new glass door solution from SIMONSWERK includes not only the


TECTUS Glass hinge system but also a magnetic latch and handles as an alternative to standard components. The closing magnet and the strike plate on the frame provide a contactless and silent closing process which can be adjusted to the desired latching strength of the door. All components of the new solution have a minimalistic design and are therefore suitable for use with modern timber interior doors.


www.tectus-glass.com www.simonswerk.co.uk


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ADF APRIL 2019


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