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P C Henderson expands range of Pocket Door Systems with new bi-parting fire rated system


P C Henderson has further expanded its range of pocket door systems with the launch of a brand new fire rated system for bi-parting doors. Originally launched for single doors back in February 2019 – this latest release of the company’s popular Pocket Door Pro system caters for bi-parting fire doors weighing up to 120 kg and is fully certified to FD30 British and European standards. The new system is available in standard and soft closing options, seven different kit sizes, for two different finished wall thicknesses, self-closing and non self-closing variants and a simultaneous action kit available as an optional extra. Andrew Royle, Sales and Marketing Director at P C Henderson, commented: “We designed Pocket Door Pro with one key aim in mind – to create one of the most flexible and versatile range of pocket door systems on the market. As the popularity of pocket door systems continues to rise – it’s important that designers and developers have access to a system which can cater for virtually any type of application and in a number of different operation types. We believe we have achieved this through the development of Pocket Door Pro”.


0191 377 7345 www.pchenderson.com New door closer opens more opportunities


Samuel Heath and SIMONSWERK, two of the industry’s leading designers and manufacturers of architectural ironmongery, have created Powermatic Axis, a controlled, concealed door closer which opens more opportunities for specifiers wishing to maintain a clean appearance to doors and interiors. The door closer is specifically designed to work with SIMONSWERK’s popular TECTUS concealed hinge system. In addition to fully adjustable closing speed, it also features vertically adjustable anchor plates, making it compatible with the adjustability of the TECTUS hinge. The door closer carries both UKCA and CE marks and is suitable for use on one-hour and half-hour fire doors. It will also enable doors to meet relevant accessibility requirements stipulated by Approved Document M and BS 8300-2: 2018. With both the TECTUS hinge and Powermatic Axis door closer being totally concealed when the door is closed, the combination of both products assures the aesthetics of the door and facilitates continuity of design throughout the project. Full details can be obtained by contacting Samuel Heath at info@samuel-heath.com


0121 766 4200 concealeddoorclosers.com Plain sailing at the Arab Marine Academy, Khorfakkan


The Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT) at Khorfakkan in the Sharjah Emirate have installed energy saving luminaires from Luceco. In partnership with energy partner MLTC, Luceco provided an energy efficient lighting solution and supplied Carbon downlights, Eco LuxPanel, FType downlights, Atlas bulkheads and Climate luminaires throughout the facility. The FType downlight family includes FType Fixed, FType Adjustable, FType Dim2Warm and FType Colour Change, all comprising of low glare crystalline lens and die-cast aluminium thermal rod heatsink, with speed and ease of installation guaranteed due to Clip & Fit and Speed Fit wiring. FType is also I-Joist certified in accordance with BS 476- 21 for 30 minute I-Joist ceiling applications. Super-efficient Samsung LED chips deliver 100 Llm/cW, with FType also offering leading and trailing edge dimming compatibility as standard. Luceco has just launched the new FType Compact Fire Rated Downlight offering IP65 on fixed optics, and compliance to Air leakage Part C and acoustic Part E of the building regulations, as well as a five year warranty.


01952 238 100 www.luceco.uk F. Ball launches floor finishing compound


F. Ball and Co. Ltd. has launched Stopgap Micro Rapid, a new ultra-smooth, flexible, rapid-drying floor finishing compound for creating a flawlessly smooth subfloor finish. Stopgap Micro Rapid can be applied to a seamless feathered edge to fill indentations formed by screws used to secure plywood and hardboard sheets as well as the gaps at joints between the panels. It can also be used to


repair minor surface defects in a wide range of other absorbent surfaces, including sand/cement and calcium sulphate screeds. It is ideal for use where an ultra-smooth surface is required.


www.f-ball.com Modern Victoriana


From decorative touches that evoke a hint of art deco glamour to patterns and colourways that hark back to bygone Victorian eras, CTD Architectural Tiles boasts a broad portfolio that will meet the demands of the modern victoriana trend. Modernista exudes


traditional charm with a hint of contemporary opulence. A glazed ceramic wall tile range, Studio provides designers and specifiers with the opportunity to create standout traditional spaces. Offering virtually unlimited design possibilities, the Neri collection is comprised of four classic neutral shades: White, Bone, Sierra Sand and Silver Mist.


0800 021 4835 www.ctdarchitecturaltiles.co.uk


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