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Comar 7P.i FSDX – British by Design T


he next generation of aluminium bi- fold, folding sliding door has arrived from Comar Architectural Aluminium


Systems. Designed with demanding specifications in mind including industry leading door leaf weights and widths, high security ratings and contemporary styling.


Comar FSDX eXtra –Glazing The view out of the FSDX door offers the homeowner that little bit eXtra. With the slimmest sightlines available of 60mm, the doors maximise daylighting into the home. The maximum width of the doors has been increased allowing door sets over 4m with only 3 doors.


Comar FSDX Superior, stabilised rolling action with the quietest roller in the industry and improved weight bearing capacity means fit once and easy maintenance. The new outer-frame is a single profile all round, used for the track, jambs and threshold, reducing fabricators’ stock holding. The frame construction is mitred with 2 crimping options: pinned cleats


Comar FSDX eXtra Roller The stainless-steel dual roller always keeps perfect contact with the stainless-steel track due to stabilisers, meaning that even if building tolerances cause slight track misalignment the smooth rolling action is ensured. The weight bearing capacity is a substantial 120Kg which with FSDX’s 62mm glazing pocket allows triple glazed or acoustic glass to be easily incorporated.


for creating pre-assembled outer frames that can be shipped to site or mechanical cleats allowing outer-frames to be shipped for on- site assembly.


Comar FSDX eXtra –Threshold Superior thermal performance with the integrated stainless-steel track means that low U-values and performance are guaranteed. The efficient profile design offers threshold, jambs and head all in one. In service the profile is simple for occupants to maintain, reassuring for designers and installers alike by minimising call backs.


Comar FSDX eXtra –Hinges The new hinge design, duplicated in the roller hinged pillars, thoughtfully includes pre- applied foam pads to give a draught free seal when the doors are closed, increasing home- owner satisfaction and no call backs for the installer.


Comar FSDX eXtra – Security Security performance of PAS 24 is assured due to a single piece stainless steel multipoint hook lock with adjustable keeps that provide optimal airtightness.


020 8685 9685 www.comar-alu.co.uk projects@parksidegroup.co.uk


Adjustable-height dock bumpers from Stertil ensure versatility and quadruple working life


Designed to provide unrivalled protection for vehicles, loading bays and buildings, the proven range of PE Dock Bumpers from Stertil Dock Products has been boosted with the introduction of adjustable-height versions. Stertil PE dock bumpers are renowned for their innovative design which allows left and right bumpers to be simply interchanged and rotated to enable users to achieve four times the working life of traditional dock bumpers. Now, the latest generation of adjustable-height bumpers offers a host of features and benefits. For example, the latest adjustable-height PE dock bumpers are adaptable for all vehicles and trailer types and are especially suitable for cold stores and sea containers. The bumpers are self-releasing while a truck is docked and are of particular benefit when used in conjunction with ‘step frame levellers’ by allowing vehicle doors to be opened after docking, thereby maintaining the chill environment and reducing possible contamination. Ideal for simplifying all types of loading and unloading duties, the new adjustable-height bumpers provide an impressive reach of 248mm above the mounting position and are suitable for use in low height docks.


0870 770 0471 www.stertil-dockproducts.co.uk Transforming workshop into luxury home


When engineer, Ivan Semenenko, decided that he no longer required his former barn and workshop in the heart of the Cotswolds, he pondered a new life for the building. Ivan decided to embark on a project to transform the workshop into a beautiful new home. To


create the distinctive steel windows and doors, he called on Steel Window Association member, Cotswold Casements. W20 sections, finished with black polyester paintwork and double-glazed units, were used. Espagnolette fittings were introduced to the doors to ensure maximum security both at the top and the base of the units.


www.steel-window-association.co.uk Marley Alutec provides outdoor solution


Aluminium guttering and drainage system specialist Marley Alutec has produced a bespoke Evoke fascia, soffit and coping system for a customer’s property in Grantham. After working closely with the homeowner, Marley Alutec delivered a solution for a new outdoor


barbecue area. Prior to this project, Marley Alutec had provided a similar Evoke fascia and soffit system in 2012 when the existing property underwent a modern rear extension. Karen selected the same Marley Alutec Evoke solution in RAL 9005 Black that was originally installed on the rear extension, to ensure a uniform aesthetic.


01234 359438 www.marleyalutec.co.uk


ADF NOVEMBER 2020


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