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70 STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS


Class A Membrane for a Classy Project


Homes. Harbour Central will provide over 640 new homes, a leisure facility, a residential garden and a public square, as well as retail and commercial space. The centrepiece building is the 41-storey


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Maine Tower, whose residents will be able to enjoy the facilities at the leisure complex, which will include a cinema, gym and spa, library and private club. Installed behind the aluminium-clad walls


in one area of the new leisure complex is the most advanced breather membrane available in the UK. FlameOut Breathe Class A provides the highest level of protection to the building envelope, rated Class A2-s1,d0 (non-combustible) for flame retardancy and with long-term UV resistance. No other product in the UK offers the same high specification, and the Harbour Central development is the first in the country to use


new community is under construction on the Isle of Dogs, designed by architects Rolfe Judd for Galliard


this premium building membrane, installed by London City Facades Ltd. FlameOut Breathe Class A is suitable for


both wall and roof installations, and is supplied by Industrial Textiles & Plastics (ITP), a North Yorkshire manufacturer with specialist expertise in flame retardant and chemical resistant technologies. Recent changes to UK Building Regulations specify higher performance standards for materials, including cladding, used in the external walls of certain buildings over 18m in height. All materials, with some specified exceptions, must now be rated non-combustible, as per the EN 13501- 1 standard. FlameOut Breathe Class A is part of the FlameOut range of FR building materials produced by ITP, which include a Class B-s1,d0 breather membrane and two Class B-s1,d0 vapour control layers.


01347 825200 www.itpltd.com Simple orientation mark enhances classic Ancon serrated washer design


Ancon has made a simple improvement to one of its smallest, but most utilised, stainless steel building components to benefit installers of its masonry support systems. An orientation guide, in the form of two horizontal square ridges, has been incorporated into the design of the classic serrated washer that Ancon supplies with its masonry support brackets. The square ridges, added to the back of the washer, correspond to the line of the serrations on the opposite side that faces away from the user during installation. The new design makes it quicker and easier for installers to orientate the serrated washer correctly. Users do not need to view the serrated face before installing the washer and can quickly identify how best to correct any rotation that may occur as the fixing bolt is tightened. Feedback and improvement ideas should be directed to Annabelle Wilson, Head of Marketing and Innovation, on 0114 238 1230 or awilson@ancon.co.uk. More information is available at www.ancon.co.uk/contacts/ submit-an-idea.


0114 275 5224 www.ancon.co.uk Simpson Strong-Tie introduces their innovative new Gable Panel Connector


Leading construction connector manufacturer Simpson Strong-Tie has developed a system of connectors which incorporates new and existing products for the installation of a timber gable panel. The brand new GPC, Gable Panel Connector, solves the problem of the connection detail between the masonry wall, the wall plate and the bottom rail of the gable panel. Sales Director, Jon Head, says “We are pleased to be able to offer a complete solution for connecting timber gable panels to masonry walls and roof structures. The GPC has been developed to safely transfer the lateral wind loads being applied to the masonry and the timber gable ends into the braced roof diaphragm. The solutions give installation options using either a continuous wall plate or raised wall plate at the gable end.’’ Simpson Strong-Tie continue to develop a wide range of engineered and tested products to help build Safer Stronger Structures.


For full technical details visit the Resources / Literature section on the company’s website. 01827 255 600 www.strongtie.co.uk


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