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COVER STORY


FOR THE RIGHT ADHESIVE SELECTION... GUARANTEED


F. Ball & Co Ltd. presents the 45th edition of their Recommended Adhesives Guide, the trusted industry benchmark that flooring installers have come to rely on.


REGULARS


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PRODUCTS AND SERVICES The latest products and services from across


the industry.


10 QUESTIONS WITH… Chris Frost, Sales Director, Aspect Commercial


Flooring Ltd reveals who his dream dinner party guests would be and the key legislation he’d like to see introduced.


FEATURES


THE FINAL CUT Find out which flooring industry products and


services made it to our Top 50 shortlist and how you can choose your winner for the TCF Awards 2018.


COMMERCIAL KITCHENS & FOOD PREPARATION 32


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ADHESIVES & SEALANTS


SCREED WITH SPEED Mandy Searle of Norcros Adhesives presents


some solutions for tiling on to anhydrite screeds in time- sensitive installations


PASSING THE MOISTURE TEST F.Ball & Co. Ltd offers expert advice on selecting


adhesives for installing vinyl floorcoverings in damp and humid environments.


REFURBISHMENT


A QUIET LIFE How can acoustic flooring solutions enhance the


performance of a building as well as the wellbeing of those who use it? Andy Davies of Altro discusses.


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THE PERFECT PLAICE LVT and safety flooring from Polyflor has been chosen


to makeover a modern seaside fish and chip restaurant along with its bar and food preparation areas.


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DON’T SLIP UP Chris Budd of Watco provides his top tips on


preventing slips and trips in the food industry. 04 | CONTENTS 38


TOOLS TO TACKLE HARD FLOORS Paul Igo of the Preparation Group discusses the best


tools and accessories to use when refurbishing and cleaning resilient and natural stone floor surfaces.


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