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Maintenance & Refurbishment AliDeck launch balcony configurator tool


In keeping with their reputation for continually innovating, AliDeck have announced the launch of a new balcony configuration tool for architects and specifiers. Well known in the industry for their non-combustible aluminium decking range, AliDeck recently expanded their product offering to include balcony soffit cladding and balustrade systems. The launch of their balcony configurator now allows specifiers to interrogate the full range of AliDeck balcony component systems, easily understand the available options, and receive datasheets and DWG files for simple specification. The AliDeck balcony configurator can be accessed through their website.


www.alideck.co.uk www.balconycomponents.co.uk Astraseal is the first under new scheme


Astraseal is the first UK Manufacturer to be awarded third party certification under the new BM Trada Scheme STD 170. The company has also been awarded certification for Installation (STD052) and Maintenance (STD058). Astraseal Fire Doors have been fire tested from both inside and outside to BSEN1634-1. Astraseal’s third party certification follows its independent factory production audits, verifying its door sets for both fire and security manufacturing consistency. Astraseal fire doors are available in various designs, including glazed options and can be made with a fixed glazed top fanlight above the door and a TS008 compliant letterbox.


www.astraseal.co.uk


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