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Our guide to the latest industry solutions PRODUCT SHOWCASE


1 A MODERN HEATING SOLUTION


Glenrothes-based heating manufacturer Flexel International Ltd has upgraded its ECOSUN C Ceiling Cassette far infrared heater units. T e new ECOSUN C+ IP55 units are direct replacements for its original ECOSUN C+ IP20 units as an upgrade for 2020. T e UK-manufactured


radiant ceiling cassette panels are designed to


replace standard 600mm x 600mm UK ceiling tiles in offi ces, corridors, toilets, canteens, classrooms and any other location with low ceiling grid system and tiles in place. T e two sizes – 595mm x 595mm and 595mm x 1195mm – are ideal for complete or supplemental heating in commercial, retail, residential and public buildings.


3 WORKWEAR IS STYLISH AND SAFE Snickers Workwear takes


personal wellbeing at work very seriously. T at’s why this range of Hi-Vis protective wear is streets ahead of anything else. With updated styles and


designs added to the extensive range of jackets, trousers, shorts, tool vests, shirts and fl eeces for men and women, there’s a host of garments in the range to satisfy the requirements of Classes 1, 2 and 3 protection levels. T ese outstanding


products combine Snickers’ hallmarks of functionality and comfort with the requirements of the EN20471 standard for high visibility warning clothes.


With advanced designs and high-tech fabrics that are windproof and


2 TECHNOLOGY PUTS YOU IN CONTROL your electric fl oor heating


Flexel International Ltd has added to its range of thermostats with the new FlexelTouch WiFi. T is unit is touchscreen, programmable and designed to control


diff erent types of heating


systems with air and ground temperature options.


T e Flexel


Touch WiFi is an app- controlled smart heating controller that works with your smartphone to provide energy effi cient heating by allowing you to take control of


system from anywhere. You can remotely adjust


temperatures and programs to ensure comfort


conditions


when you need them and run at lower


temperatures when you don’t. T is


reduces energy wastage and maximises


energy effi ciency. T e thermostat will allow


you to optimise your energy consumption and increase your comfort levels.


For further product information go to fl exel.co.uk or call 01592 760 928 for more details.


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4 SHORTS MAKE HARD GRAFT SIMPLE with fl exible gusset seams and


Combining four-way stretch fabric that delivers working


comfort all day with street-smart, slim-fi t designs, Snickers Work Shorts are great for grafting in the


warmer months.


T ese lightweight garments feature a body-mapping design and are made from a


self-ventilating stretch fabric with CORDURA®


reinforcements for durability and


all-round mobility when you need it. T e Men’s


FLEXIWork lightweight work shorts come


also have easy-to-access holster pockets with zip compartments, an expandable stretch cargo pocket and a ruler pocket. T e AllroundWork Women’s multi-purpose,


slim-fi t shorts have four-way stretch


panels in the right places for consistent comfort, practical pockets for optimal functionality and great freedom of movement.


T ey’re a must


for professional tradesmen and women who rely on their gear in demanding


environments . To fi nd out more, call 01484 854788, visit www.snickersworkwear.co.uk or email sales@hultaforsgroup.co.uk


water-repellent, all the garments have durable, colour-fast


protection that will last for wash after wash, retaining shape and comfort throughout the life of the garments.


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