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BP 10 October 2016

NEW BUILD & SOCIAL HOUSING | PRODUCT PROFILES ‘Toss out the timber’ Extending the potential applications of the Roomline range of pvc-u skirting boards and architraves, Eurocell has introduced four designs to its existing range that will complement any interior; and enable builders and tradesmen to ‘toss out the timber’. Available in two colours, white satin and English oak, the four new products are a 150mm ogee skirting; a 150mm and 100mm chamfered skirting, as well as chamfered architrave that are particularly suitable for complementing the contemporary appearance of newer properties. Being pvc-u, Roomline is ultra-low maintenance, impact resistant and can make a contribution to flood resilience; not being subject to twisting, swelling, shrinking, rotting or warping following immersion. Manufactured entirely from recycled pvc-u for minimal environmental impact, Roomline products are robust and durable. Roomline skirting boards and architraves feature a scratchresistant laminated finish with a webbed structure to resist impact, and are guaranteed for a period of 10 years against discolouration, warping and cracking. www.eurocell.co.uk 0800 988 3049 Door closer delivers on safety OCTOBER 2016 | BUILDING PRODUCTS 19 Package demands satisfied Designed to insulate an exposed concrete soffit, the SoffitLiner weatherresistant panel range is now available from Panel Systems as a complete package with mechanical fixings supplied. The company responded to demand from contractors for a complete solution, which includes the insulated panel, produced to standard or bespoke sizes and the accompanying fixings. The SoffitLiner range comprises three products, all of which are manufactured from 6mm Class ‘0’ fibre cement facing board that is factory bonded to highperformance insulation. The boards can be used to upgrade the energy efficiency of semi-exposed concrete decks for new build or refurbishment projects. SoffitLiner products are available in economical sheet sizes to maximise coverage and can be fixed directly to concrete soffits using mechanical fixings. The boards can be cut using normal site cutting tools, including circular and fine toothed saws, which allows for a quick and dry installation. www.panelsystems.co.uk 0114 249 5626 Fresh approach to flooring Authentically reproduced wood and stone effects - some 30 in total - can be found in the updated Camaro domestic flooring range from Polyflor. With a 10 year residential guarantee, the range includes existing shades alongside new additions which reflect modern interior trends and can enhance any room in the home. The refreshed collection features modern concretes, updated slate designs, white, grey and black wood effects as well as two parquet flooring designs with smaller plank sizes for more intricate patterns. With a 2.0mm gauge and 0.3mm wear layer, Camaro flooring is suitable for residential applications as well as light commercial interiors. The range also features Polyflor’s exclusive PUR polyurethane reinforcement which is cross-linked and UV cured to provide enhanced protection from everyday wear and tear, and offers a polish-free maintenance regime. Camaro flooring is said to be 100% recyclable. www.polyflor.com 0161 767 1111 Concealed door closers in the Powermatic controlled range from Samuel Heath meet all relevant fire and accessibility requirements. The concealment delivers safety, reliability and low-maintenance benefits for the social housing sector. Powermatic is completely concealed when the door is closed, and not easily visible when open, assuring a more homely, less institutionalised environment for the dwelling. It also significantly reduces the opportunity for the door closer to be vandalised. Together with the fact that the door closer is maintenance-free, this attribute can result in fewer call-outs and reduced maintenance costs. Reduced risk of vandalism also provides significant safety benefits; a damaged door closer can prevent the door functioning altogether, resulting in inconvenience for residents and putting them at risk. www.samuel-heath.com


BP 10 October 2016
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